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A group of farming, artistic and architectural interests is planning to form a Rural Design Forum. This was the major decision made by the Rural Design Conference at the end of June, organised to...
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Build a new Curry Mile. A stylish shed for every man and every woman who wants one. Buy 50 PA/Lights combos and install them in clubs and bars willing to run weekly gigs for young musicians. Just...
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With the first stage of the Castleford Project completed, its now possible to get an idea of exactly how the first TV-led regeneration campaign will transform a former mining town. Although the...
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In what he is describing as a “major challenge to architects” the Edinburgh art impresario, Richard Demarco, is to open an exhibition of his archive in a grain store in an East Lothian farm....
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By Liam Ross, Archirpix nominee It was last Thursday, standing next to the de-spectacled Donald Dewar, that I realized my career had reached it’s dizzied, perhaps pre-mature, peak. 70 fellow...
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Councillor Charlie Gordon has responded strongly to criticisms of Clydeside regeneration that arose from the workshops attached to the Archiprix International Award. Craig Dykers, co-designer for...
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The Charlies Rennie Mackintosh building at the Glasgow School of Art has been earmarked for £7 million worth of funding by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Although it has received a development grant...

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