16th April 2021
Lindores Abbey Distillery
We were proud to contribute to this incredible renovation project for Lindores Whisky Distillery.
19th March 2021
The Environmental Benefits of Glass...
With better manufacturing methods and energy-saving properties, glass is the key ingredient for sustainability and net zero design.
15th February 2021
Glass Extensions in Commercial ArchitectureFor more than 40 years, we’ve been creating glass extensions to add light and a contemporary touch to homes. These modern installations can help to: • Add value to a home• Save on energy...
30th January 2021
Working with Scotland’s best architects
With more than 40 years’ experience, we’re privileged to have worked with some of the best architects in Scotland. Find out more at Gray and Dick.
21st January 2021
Dollar Academy ProjectDollar Academy, founded in 1818 through the benefaction of trader, John McNabb, is a co-educational day and boarding school in Scotland. The school offers advanced facilities for its students...
16th December 2020
Inside, Outside: Integrating Structural...Structural glazing may be the preserve of many large corporate buildings, but it’s just as complementary for residential properties. There’s an old phrase that states that “people in...
16th November 2020
Celebrating St Andrew’s Day: Our Favourite...In celebration of St Andrew's Day, the Gray & Dick team are looking back at all the contemporary architecture we've contributed to Scotland. Though St Andrews may be known for its 15th Century...
21st October 2020
Staying home with SolarluxAs we continue to spend more time in the house, we’re turning our attention towards home improvements. According to the 2020 Renovation Nation Report, the average homeowner has spent £4,035.70...
27th September 2020
5 benefits of glass façades
When you see a glass façade - now a common feature of many buildings - your initial thought might be how visually attractive it is. However, glass façades aren’t just for show. They...
25th August 2020
A focus on fins
Looking to achieve a light, frameless glass design? This is where fins come in…