In its conservation of Newhailes near Edinburgh for the National Trust of Scotland, LDN Architects has minimised disruption to the building fabric in a quest to preserve the distinctive 'mellowness' of the house and reflect all stages of its history From the moment you enter the grounds of Newhailes, it is apparent that this is a land that time forgot. Precisely when it was forgotten - just when the key to the secret garden that engulfs it was thrown away - is hard to determine. This ...
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