List of Architectural Works
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- Newton Hall, by Kennoway, Fife, (1829). Bryce's first known independent commission.
- St. Marks Unitarian Church, Castle Terrace, Edinburgh (1834)
- Caledonian Insurance Company, 19 George Street, Edinburgh (1840)
- Luscar House, Gowkhall, Fife (1842)
- Life Association of Scotland building, Princes Street, Edinburgh (demolished) (1843)
- Contributed to St Mary's Church, Dalkeith Palace, Midlothian (1844–54)
- Refit of interior to west end of Greyfriars Kirk (New Greyfriars) following a severe fire (1845).
- Headquarters of the British Linen Bank in St Andrew's Square, Edinburgh (1846)
- Completion of Hamilton Mausoleum (1848)
- Supervision of the dismantling stone by stone of Trinity College Church to make way for the building of Waverley Station in Edinburgh (1848)
- Clifton Hall School, Edinburgh (1850)
- Kimmerghame House, Berwickshire (1851–53)
- Panmure House, Angus (1852–55)
- Balfour Castle, Orkney (1853)
- Surgical Hospital, High School Yards Edinburgh (1853)
- The Royal Exchange, Dundee (1854-1855)
- The Glen, Scottish Borders (1854–1855)
- Torosay Castle, Isle of Mull (1856)
- Craigends House, Houston, Renfrewshire (demolished) (1857)
- Dalmore House, Stair, East Ayrshire (1864–70)
- Redesign of the headquarters of the Bank of Scotland, The Mound, Edinburgh (1864–71)
- Glenapp Castle, Ballantrae, Ayrshire (1870)
- Fettes College, Edinburgh (1870–73) designed 1864.
- Edinburgh Royal Infirmary's former building by the Meadows (1870–79)
- Edinburgh branch of the Union Bank of Scotland (now pub restaurant The Standing Order), George Street (1876)
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