1 New Park Square has won the "Workplace Project (£20 million and over)" category in this years' Architects Journal awards
Parabola have partnered with AEG Europe, owners of iconic venue The O2, to deliver an 8,500 capacity arena at Edinburgh Park
1 New Park Square, Edinburgh Park, has been honoured with the prestigious ‘Outright Winner Award’ at the Concrete Society Awards.
Pilates classes are running on Mondays and Fridays in the auditorium of 1 New Park Square. Time: 08:00 - 09:00. Click to Book.
Adults Cardio Tennis has started on Thursdays at Edinburgh Park. This hour of fun is a great way to get your heart rate up and keep fit!
John Holmes and Gordon Hudson look back on past sustainable buildings and see how they have lasted and evolved. Looking for lessons.
Parabola commissioned emerging Scottish poet, Janette Ayachi, to research and produce a suite of new street and building names across the new development.
A new urban quarter by award-winning developers Parabola, is taking shape in West Edinburgh, just 5.5 miles from the city centre, with the first private residential development opportunity being launched to the market.
Parabola welcomed the Rt Hon Lord Provost of the City of Edinburgh, Robert Aldridge, to Edinburgh Park on the 31st October.
Stay active at Edinburgh Park! Our multi-use sports courts are now available to book. Our multi-use sports courts are now available to book.
Padel has officially launched at Edinburgh Park! Our two new courts are playable all year round and open from 7am to 10pm Monday to Friday.
We’re really lucky to be putting on a gig by Mercury Music nominated Fergus McCreadie and equally as incredible musician Matt Carmichael on the
If you’re interested in delicious food served in a beautiful space, full of film and music, then Patina is the place for you.
Construction of the brand new Padel tennis courts at Edinburgh Park is coming along nicely! Not long now until they’re open and available to book by the general public.
A poem written by a class of primary school pupils in Edinburgh has been unveiled at Edinburgh Park, Parabola's new zero carbon urban quarter.
Major new piece of public artwork in the form of a tapestry by Dovecot Studios has just been unveiled in 1 New Park Square, a recently completed office building in Edinburgh Park.
Edinburgh Park has welcomed the "Vulcan" by Sir Eduardo Paolozzi. Vulcan is positioned outside 1 New Park Square, Parabola's first commercial building within Edinburgh Park.
We are delighted to announce that we have now taken possession of our first office building, 1 New Park Square, following practical completion by SRM.
Our Arts Strategy for Edinburgh Park is very focused on building relationships with the city’s renowned cultural institutions.
Parabola’s Managing Director, Tony Hordon, spoke at the Scottish Development Conference, a two day event at the EICC in Edinburgh.
Progress of our first phase showing the first commercial building, 1 New Park Square, along with public amenity including Civic Square, Art, Sunken Garden Square...
Reach for the Stars, the final and most monumental work by British sculptor Kenneth Armitage, has been craned into its new home at Edinburgh Park.
In 2020 during the depths of lockdown, Dovecot – the world-renowned tapestry studio in Edinburgh – began work on a major new public art commission.
Edinburgh Park is an ambitious new community designed around the happiness and success of its people. Listen to Tony Hordon, Managing Director at Parabola, talk about this exciting development.
Kneale’s method of working in metal, welding, cutting and forging on site, is instant and is a direct way of making sculpture - one could liken it to painting in space.
Our Arts Strategy at Edinburgh Park is aimed at creating links with Edinburgh’s world class cultural institutions and our commission with Dovecot Studios.
Meet Tony Hordon. He’s the managing director of Parabola. But he is better known as an integral part of the Parabola team, assembled by Peter Millican, to deliver this ambitious 40-acre project.
All places are made by someone. Every home was once a building site. Edinburgh Park’s first photographer in residence is Andy J Mather and his work reminds us of the people behind the progress.
Only from 100 yards away can William Tucker see his sculpture ‘Dancer after Degas II’ as he first conceived it — such is the size of the artist’s largest work to date.