House alterations in Portobello, Edinburgh

biomorphis has redesigned the ground floor of the house to provide a new flexible kitchen living space for the family and a new bedroom. The kitchen was formerly self contained and on the other side of the house. It is now a bedroom.

Transformation and extension of a 1960s house in South Edinburgh

biomorphis has overhauled the house and elevated the roof in order to provide 3 comfortable bedrooms, and new flexible living space for the family and friends on the ground floor. The extension frames views of the stunning surrounding landscape while opening the house to the rear garden and the Pentland Hills. Original house photo prior to

Internal alterations at Stanley Road, Edinburgh

This apartment in a B Listed Building in Trinity has been altered to accommodate a new kitchen living space, an extra bedroom, and two new ensuite bathrooms within the existing envelope of the building. The limited budget created opportunities for using reclaimed flagstones and revealing existing previously hidden features of the flat.

Transformation of the Old Ale & Porter house in Tyninghame

The Old Ale and Porter House is an early 18th century single storey cottage adjoined to a mid 18th century 2-storey house, currently combined as one with altered openings. It is a category C Listed Building and belongs to the Tyninghame Conservation Area. Biomorphis altered the inside of the house to provide new living spaces

Renovation of a house on the island of Møn, Denmark

biomorphis was commissioned to design the transformation and the renovation of a derelict house on the island of Møn, Denmark. The work focused on a reinterpretation of the existing spaces with minimal yet decisive interventions. The aim was to set up a series of spaces that keep the original layout of the house in order

Dunbar loft

The loft space of an early 20th century building in Dunbar, Scotland, has been converted into a light-filled living room.

Black lodge

The discreet glazed lodge in the Scottish Highlands give its residents the opportunity to experience a privileged contact with the Loch and offers panoramic views of the scenic landscape, while shielding from the stronf prevailing winds.

Cockburn Street Edinburgh

Biomorphis reconfigured a double storey family apartment in the Old Town in order to obtain 2 independent flats each fitted with their own serving spaces. The upper flat was extended onto an adjacent rooftop to create a generous loft space. Both levels still operate as one family house with the added flexibility of independence for

Stead’s Place Masterplan

biomorphis worked with Save Leith Walk to facilitate a Community Planning Workshop  in order to develop an alternative vision for the land on Stead’s Place as well as the 106-154 Leith Walk red sandstone building.