1956 – National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh
Located on George IV Bridge in Edinburgh is the main building of the National Library of Scotland,
1907 – Burtons Department Store, Edinburgh
Scotland’s first steel framed building, this is a fine corner building originally built as a department store for Burtons.
1901 – Standard Life Assurance, Edinburgh
Elegant corner building which is now part of a larger office campus for Standard Life Assurance.
1902 – Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh
Sumptuous railway hotel built at one end of Princes Street as the North British Hotel.
1892 – Jenners Department Store, Edinburgh
Jenners on Princes Street is not just a large department store, it is an Edinburgh institution –
1890 – National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh
The building mixes Italian and Gothic styles and was constructed between 1885 and 1890 by Sir Robert Rowand Anderson (1834-1921) as the National Museum of Antiquities.
1879 – St Mary’s Episcopalian Cathedral, Edinburgh
After an architectural competition, this design of Sir George Gilbert Scott was chosen from six others.
1861 – Royal Museum, Edinburgh
Forming the major part of the National Museums of Scotland, the Royal Museum is located in Chambers Street and was designed by Captain Francis Fowke,
1858 – Palm House – Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
A magnificent Victorian Palm House with wonderful masonry topped by a graceful ironwork roof, the Palm House reopened in 2002 after a lengthy restoration.