W. Schomberg Scott

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Walter Schomberg Scott (1910-1998) studied architecture at the Edinburgh College of Art. In the early 1930s he entered the office of the craft architect Reginald Fairlie. as consultant to the National Trust for Scotland, was responsible for the restoration of the Georgian House in Charlotte Square, Edinburgh.[1]

In Falkland, he fitted up the "King's Bedroom" at the Palace and designed the Visitor Centre.


  1. Obiturary in The Independent, 27 March 1998.