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The Atlantic Islands Centre on Cullipool, Isle of Luing, breathes new life into a fragile island community, an achievement recognised with the Scottish Civic Trust My Place Award 2016 and the Herald Society Community Project of the Year 2016.

Commissioned by the Isle of Luing Community Trust as a new home for the Luing History Group, the Centre houses an exhibition area, gallery, work spaces, café and shop.

Architect Shauna Cameron created a design that reflects the scale and character of the original slate quarry building, retaining features such as the hipped slate roof, thick stone walls and large dormer, which now offers stunning views to Scarba, Jura, the Garvellachs and beyond.

Inside, the crisp white walls and oversized windows are softened by Russwood’s Chateau Nut Character Prime Flooring, which adds warmth and character whilst having the thermal properties suited to the Centre’s underfloor heating. 

The client said: "As usual, Russwood’s expertise in using the right kind of flooring was crucial to arriving at the best solution and appearance. The Trust and everyone who uses or visits the Centre comments on the flooring – it gives such a comfortable feeling."

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