SOUTHEAST ASIA BUILDING14 Dec 2020
10 Design reveals images of Edinburgh’s new town quarter development
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Hong Kong – 10 Design has led on a unique design concept for one of the largest redevelopment projects in Edinburgh's city centre which will transform the former Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) site on Dundas Street into a first-rate mixed-use development.

The proposed mixed-use development will create a new urban centre, providing a significant addition of public realm, including office, hotel, retail and residential components.

The development will replace the existing car park and ex RBS office with a new integrated development that respects its unique location bordering the World Heritage Area in a respectful but contemporary design that will reconnect the King George V Park with both the New Town and the wider urban context.

The proposed project considers a series of landscape and amenity terraces to maintain vistas while creating new pedestrian and cycle routes, greatly improving permeability in this part of the city.

Robust, low maintenance natural materials, with high performance and energy efficient building envelopes along a series of green decks and elevated landscaped spaces, and the addition of health and wellbeing components (such as a new gym) will create new amenities for both the local and wider community to add quality of life and sense of place.