Gaia Architects (Scotland), Edinburgh

The Monastery 2 Hart St Lane
EH1 3RG Edinburgh
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Gaia Architects and Gaia Research take an ecological approach to design in the built environment with specific strenghts in sustainable building design, low inpact construction and affordable housing Other areas of expertise lie in Low impact construction, Low Allergy building design, and Housing Regeneration

Nearby transit stations

  • 165 ft Forth Street (after)8
  • 263 ft Forth Street (opp)8
  • 427 ft Broughton Place (before)8

Car Parks

  • 0.15 mi St James Centre - 2a Elder StreetCost: £4.90
  • 0.2 mi Greenside PlaceCost: £1.00
  • 0.26 mi St James Centre - Leith WalkCost: £4.20
  • 0.43 mi Edinburgh Station - Long StayCost: £4.00


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