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16 Jan 2014

With 2013 freshly passed into the history books now is an opportune time to remind ourselves not just of where we've...


13 Jan 2014
Once upon a time, architects incorporated allegory into their projects. During the 1970’s, Ricardo Bofill built a...

13 Jan 2014
On the night of 24th October over 100 individuals packed into Lateral North’s New Northern Frontiers exhibition. The...

13 Jan 2014
Seeking to identify recent trends in urban design Adam Architecture have published the results of new research which seem...

13 Jan 2014
Local architectural photography tomes may be ten a penny, offering up a familiar diet of familiar views of popular places...

13 Jan 2014
Many of the world’s leading economists, social scientists, philosophers and writers believe that Africa is on the...

13 Jan 2014
Blending period grandeur with modern technology Charlotte Square bristles with fully refurbished period cornicing,...

13 Jan 2014
Prevailing wind direction gives Glasgow the East and West End, the Clyde gives us the so’ side, whilst our largest...

13 Jan 2014
Housed within the 18th century Old High School building The Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation proves that it’s...

13 Jan 2014
Of all the events planned for Glasgow’s stint as host of the Commonwealth Games next year perhaps the most...

13 Jan 2014
It seems that Scotland is awash with built environment related policies just now. Planning reform, a new architecture...

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