Projects by Rollo

Explore a selection of previous projects by Rollo

Clermiston

Budget: £200k +

Unique rear extension and internal alterations, designed by Pend architects this unique build was a pleasure to work on. Some of the features consisted of Alu-clad windows/doors, Bespoke oak joinery, locally made kitchen from Archispec and microscreed floor to name some.

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Sweethope

Budget: £300k +

Detached 3 car garage with Interior design studio.This unique one of a kind build was designed by Jones & Robins. Comprising of a unique shape, modern glazing and traditional stone along with a bespoke German garage door this project was a pleasure to bring to life.

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Morningside

Budget: £300,000

Renovation of semi-detached victorian style villa, opening up the rear of the property to create a generous kitchen space that engages with the south facing garden. Installed an Oak-lined corridor to create seamless link between the existing house and single storey annex

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Rear extension in Eskbank

Budget: £180,000 +

Reconfiguration of ground floor, creating an open living and kitchen/dining space. Utility room was transformed into a new boot room, with bespoke manufacturing from our very own Timbex creations.

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Leadervale

Budget: £200,000 +

This property had stunning views over Arthur seat so we opened up the whole rear of the property taking down walls to create an amazing open plan living space.

Installation of high end Stormer Kitchen and bespoke joinery through out has really complimented the space.

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Edinburgh West End

Budget: £600,000 +

Two extensions to the rear and side of the property joined together via glass link corridor creating large open plan kitchen, study, shower room and utility.

Full house renovation consisting of solid wood herringbone, bespoke furniture through out the property, full heating system, rewire and full decoration.

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The Stables
Grannies Park Industrial Estate,
Edinburgh Road,
EH22 1JR
Dalkeith

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