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Pete Cummins Chartered Architect is a small practice working from the historic village of Charlestown in Fife, near Dunfermline. With more than 30 years working in Architecture, he has considerable experience in a wide range of projects from modest local extensions to larger commercial developments. With a strong design ethos and a practical approach to building, he has worked with many clients and contractors throughout Britain.

As a specialist in timber frame design, Pete Cummins has worked on several award winning projects using a keen eye for detail and an appreciation of natural materials. Sustainability and energy efficiency have a strong influence on many clients, and Building Standards are constantly evolving to help reduce carbon emissions and improve the quality of living.

Many of the projects the practice has been involved with have an ecological influence, and buildings are always designed with the environment in mind. This could be achieved by simply using natural products, or arranging rooms to make the most of the sunlight.
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Situated on an Island in Loch Leven, the Castle was famously used as a prison for Mary Queen of Scots during her many years of incarceration. Working with Carpenter Oak & Woodland for Historic Scotland, a new oak stair was built to replace the decaying existing stair. Oak was used because of it's durability, an ideal timber for external use. Charlestown

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