Completed in 1888, Seafield House was designed and built by Sir William Arrol, the civil engineer responsible for the Tay Bridge, the Forth Bridge, and Tower Bridge in London.
Upon his death in 1913, the house was gifted to the British Red Cross and for a time was used as a convalescence home for injured soldiers. Later, it became a maternity hospital and children’s hospital before closing in 1990. The property then lay empty, succumbing to neglect until a fire virtually destroyed it in 2008.
Now carefully and sympathetically restored, the grand category B listed building has been saved and meticulously returned to the original intention of the building being a home.
Most of what you see in BoConcept is based on modular systems, also known as customised furniture, so you can create your own design exactly as you want it. Click below to explore designs featured in this project.
MEET THE DESIGNER
Design Consultant, Glasgow
Having originally studied Spatial Design in Malta, I later completed a Masters in Interior Design at the Glasgow School of Art. Since graduating I have worked in design studios as well as within the furniture industry, having had the pleasure of working on both residential as well as commercial projects. I look forward to embracing any challenge that the customer’s project might possess. I believe every space should be tailored to the needs and personal style of each individual utilising it, and BoConcept allows this to be done seamlessly through the vast customisation options.
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If you need help with your room interior design ideas, get in touch to see how we can help you in all aspects of interior design, from whole rooms to just a piece of furniture.