A winner of the Scottish Home Awards 2018, The Atrium began its life as Broomhill Public School. Originally built in 1902, the magnificent west end institution lost its roof to fire and water damage, and by 2016, had been lying derelict for almost a decade.
Our dramatic transformation of the listed building has brought life back to a forgotten corner. We repaired the external stone, changed the windows from aluminium to timber and introduced a new zinc rooftop extension. The interior of the Roman-Renaissance style property has been meticulously redesigned and restored, down to individual features like the original balustrades.
The exquisite collection of 29 apartments and four penthouses all stem from the development’s palatial centre piece, the atrium. Galleries wrapped around the airy room, with the ground floor serving as a common space complete with horticulture and sofas.
Every apartment’s bespoke kitchen comes equipped with integrated Siemens stainless steel appliances, coupled with Silestone quartz countertops for effortless food prep. Each bathroom has Porcelanosa tiling underfoot and enjoys the modern opulence of a Laufen three-piece suite.
Outside, the traditional railings and stone walls have been revitalised and the development is padded by surrounded woodland for a sense of seclusion.