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Studio Kap has picked up a Civic Trust award for the Balornock Bowling Club. The only other Scottish building to pick up an award was the Scottish Parliament building.
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Nathan Coley will provide the highlight of Mount Stuart’s art programme this year. An illuminated sculpture in the garden will go on display from 7 May.
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The design of Glasgow Airport train link has appeared in the OJEU journal. The feasibility work on the project has been carried out by Austin Smith Lord.
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Gareth Hoskins has won the commission to design the Museum of Flight on the east coast of Scotland. The new ten-year master plan will create a better setting for Concorde.
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The commission for Jordanhill school campus has been won by Elder and Cannon. The school is run independently and funded directly by the Scottish Executive.
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The St Peter’s Building Preservation Trust has uncovered interesting information about the internal discussion within Historic Scotland regarding the future of the A-listed building. Following a...
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The third biennial review of Scottish architecture and the associated exhibition was launched at the Lighthouse in April. This year’s review, subtitled Defining Places, has a strong and clear...
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Northern Irish architects Kennedy Fitzgerald has been appointed to design a new £14 million leisure centre for Clydebank. Kennedy Fitzgerald beat off competition from practices with a shortlist...
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Glasgow School of Art has won a Stage 1 grant of £4.6 million and a development grant of £153,500 from the Heritage Lottery Fund to revamp the Mackintosh building. Page\\Park Architects and ZM...
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Jane Ripley, the director of the Scottish Executive’s Six Cities project, has been sacked after just a few months in the job. The director was responsible for co-ordinating the activities of...
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Donald Anderson, the leader of Edinburgh City Council, will stand down from the council in order to become an MSP, but he won’t be quitting until May 2007. Trevor Davies, the planning chief, is a...
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Sutherland Hussey Architects has just completed a feasibility study for a new harbour on the Isle of Skye. The development in Portree includes RNLI launch facilities and visitor centre, a diaspora...
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Adrian Stewart has left Chris Stewart Architects to set up his own practice, DO-Architecture Ltd, and has already won two commissions. One is an Arts Council-funded open competition to restore and...
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The Scottish Executive has issued its review of the work of its Cultural Commission and many are left wondering what exactly it all means. What is clear is that nothing significant will change...
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Three major public building projects, all the subject of a competition, have been cancelled raising new questions about the efficacy of the competition system. The proposed redevelopment of the...
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Cameronwebster is a new Glasgow practice formed by Robin Webster, the former head of the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture in Aberdeen, his daughter Miranda and son-in-law Robin Webster....
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Design agency GRAFT has made some very imaginative use of Forbo’s marmoleum in the lobby of Hotel Q, in Berlin. Hybrid zones with double function occupancies have been developed and an inclined...
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The Fruitmarket gallery in Edinburgh is hosting an exhibition of the work of American minimalist Fred Sandback (1943-2003). The show is an exploration of the space, through the use of simple...
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The Lighthouse will host an international exhibition on the work of Marcel Breuer in from 16 June – 27 August. The show, which was curated by the Vitra Museum deals with his early work as a...
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MKW Design Partnership is working with St Andrews University to create a new museum MUSA, for important material relating to the University’s heritage. The museum will be located in a coach house...
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Brennan & wilson has designed a new office in Dean Bank Lane, Edinburgh.The client wanted a spacious, bright working environment that was representative of their identity as leading arts and...
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LDN Architects has completed a extension to the St Mary’s Metropolitan Cathedral in Edinburgh. The building creates a multi-purpose hall, meeting room and café. A service core containing a...
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Dundee Institute of Architects (DIA) has replaced its single award with eight category awards. Nicoll Russell picked up awards for a dance studio and Dundee’s bus stops. Walker Architecture and...

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