26th March 2020
Why choose a glass box extension?
Glass boxes are becoming increasingly popular in the residential sphere, with more and more homeowners realising the benefits that glass can have over the traditional style of extension.
28th February 2020
Gray & Dick are delighted to be partnering with a new supplier, MHB – a Netherlands-based steel company. Pioneering innovative and high-quality steel products, MHB manufacture a wide variety...
30th January 2020
The Benefits of Glass Canopies
Gray and Dick are market leaders in the design, manufacture and supply of glass products including glass canopies and walkways. Glass canopies are a contemporary addition to the external face of architecture...
23rd December 2019
Capturing a Cityscape: The Ivy Spinningfields
The Ivy Spinningfields is central Manchester’s largest timber-framed building, commissioned as part of a redevelopment scheme within the area. Gray and Dick were commissioned to work on the building’s...
27th November 2019
Merging past & present: Girvan Gin Distillery
Gray and Dick were involved in the multi-million-pound expansion of the Girvan Gin Distillery in Scotland, whereby the project brief cited 19th century architecture as inspiration. By using modern materials...
21st October 2019
Enhance your home with Sky-Frame
Sky-Frame is a recently developed system from Swiss company R&G Metallbau AG and supply frameless, large-surface sliding doors and windows. As they can be installed with minimal frame visibility...
16th July 2019
Cammo Road, EdinburghStunning extension to this delightful property. The use of 4 m high Sky-Frame doors transforms this space. A view not a window.
19th December 2018
Gin Distillery GirvanWorking in very close contact with both Michael Laird Architects and William Grants we have achieved a stunning looking project. Victorian style greenhouse, similar in looks to Kew Gardens was the brief,...
4th October 2018
Rubislaw Den, AberdeenA beautiful extension to a nice property in central Aberdeen. The property benefited from delightful gardens and this glazed extension with zero structure allows unrestricted views over this. Structurally...
3rd August 2018
Tea Hut | TarbertIn this project, the client desired a garden folly for taking tea in, and the architect developed this into self-contained accommodation, set on a cliff top, overhanging the sea with amazing views. Due...