MODERN ARCHITECTURE AND HISTORIC BUILDINGS
ABERDEEN CITY OF GRANITE
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St. Nicholas House built in 1962 for the Aberdeen City Council
now due for demolition
His Majesty 's Theatre built 1906 by architect Frank Matcham
Box Office and Matcham's Restaurant 1999 by Trevor Smith
Victoria Court was constructed in 1966 on Castlehill as balcony access
block for public housing in downtown Aberdeen.
BALCONY ACCESS BLOCKS
Porthill and Seamount Courts are built in 1964
as part of the Gallowgate redevelopment.
PUBLIC HOUSING IN ABERDEEN
Greig Court (left) and Hutcheon Court ↑ are two slab concrete
blocks built 1973 as public housing for the Borough Council.
Local Government building 1975 by City architect Ian Ferguson
Granite buildings are common because of Aberdeen's
big quarry - to built rows of houses is also not unusual
New Telecom a.k.a. St. Machar House was completed in 1977 by
architects Mackie Ramsay & Taylor on Aberdeen's College Street
...but suddenly a non-granite scotish-modern type of studio
Beyond Petroleum North-Sea operations headquarters Dice 2005 by Andrew Lett Architects
ToP | Bridge of Don | Footdee | Harbour | Industry | Aberdeen
The 1970's parking structure survived the demolotion of BP's former base in Dyce / Aberdeen