Manoa Oak from our Contemporary collection was used to enhance the minimalist look and feel of this idyllic, award-winning property.
Liberton Tower Mains is a bold new development of townhouses in Liberton Brae, an exclusive and sought after area of Edinburgh overlooking the Royal Observatory and Liberton Tower.
Their outstanding design and finish earned developer Glencairn Properties a prestigious Innovation in Design award at the Scottish Home Awards, and we’re proud to have played our part by supplying our Manoa Oak Plank flooring for use in the project.
Part of the Atkinson & Kirby Contemporary Collection, Manoa Oak Plank was picked to complement the minimalist look and feel of the interior design and has been used throughout the hallway, living and dining areas.
Along with vaulted ceilings, floor to ceiling glazing and natural stone surfaces, the choice of flooring by architects LBA enhances the light, spacious interiors and adds to their contemporary feel, while remaining faithful to the heritage of the original site.
Viewed from the outside, the properties are a striking reinterpretation of an existing agricultural barn within a collection of converted farm buildings next to a B-listed 19th century farmhouse.
A representative from Glencairn Properties said "at Glencairn we put Design at the forefront of everything we do and it is great to be recognised for this with the Innovation in Design Award."
At Atkinson & Kirby, we’ve loved being involved in this fabulous project too, and we look forward to working with LBA Architects and Glencairn Properties again.
View the beautiful Manoa Oak here.