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Malcolm Fraser Architects

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Malcolm Fraser Architects has won a competition to design a new pavilion for the Holyrood Park Rangers, in the shadow of the new Scottish Parliament. The scheme was commissioned by Historic Scotland and chosen ahead of a shortlist comprising Campbell & Arnott, Lee Boyd Partnership, Richard Murphy Architects and Simpson & Brown Architects. It is for the rangers who maintain the Royal Park and will include offices, muster rooms and flexible educational facilities for the public. The £575,000 pavilion's simple metal box will act as an introduction to the park for the public with views out over Arthur's Seat and Salisbury Crags.

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