Stair Farm byre conversion, Stair

ARPL Architects Ltd

ARPL Architects Ltd

The ARPL philosophy is to produce buildings to the highest standards in close consultation with our clients.

Our design is both innovative and sympathetic to the immediate and the broader environment with an emphasis on sustainability. Each project embraces the unique nature of the client’s needs and site.

We work over a wide geographical area from the Western Isles to Ireland. Our project experience covers housing, churches, schools, commercial projects, community and arts buildings. We have developed particular expertise in contemporary sustainable design, specialist conservation works and design for sensitive environments.

Our work has received wide recognition through numerous awards and competition success.


11 Wellington Square
United Kingdom


01292 289 777


01292 288 896


  • Arts
  • Commercial
  • Conservation
  • Education
  • Historic
  • House extensions and renovations
  • Masterplanning
  • Places of Worship
  • Public
  • Refurbishment
  • Residential
  • Sport
  • Sustainability

Awards won

Awards since 2000

Colmonell Primary School - GIA Design Award

Kingcase Housing - Saltire Award Commendation

Lochside Regeneration Chartered Institute of Housing Regeneration Award Commendation

Colmonell Primary School - Roses design Award - Sustainability

Colmonell Primary School Roses Design Award - Education

Kingcase Housing - Roses Design Award - Best Affordable Housing

Catstrand Arts Centre -GIA Design Award

Barholm Castle Restoration - GIA Design Award Commendation

Float Bay Beach Pavilion - GIA Design Award High commendation

Ballantrae Housing - Scottish Energy Group - Low Energy housing Award

St Magnus Centre, Orkney - Civic Trust Award

St Magnus Centre Orkney - GIA Design Award

Competition wins

RIAI Dublin Secondary school open competition

Colmonell Primary School limited design competition

RIAI Ballymun Housing open competition

St Magnus Centre Orkney open competition

Dalmilling Crescent housing limited design competition