Our purpose is to promote the value good architecture and sustainable design adds to everyone’s lives. Our role is to help people – whether by enabling them to get more involved in shaping the places they live in or improving the design of the buildings they use. Our website allows you to explore our work, find resources and get involved in our events. Search or check out Our Work to get an overview of our current work.
Join us for a free one-day learning event to explore how communities have used vacant spaces to transform their places.
This architecture tour with a difference invites you to explore the strange beauty and hidden promise of seemingly forgotten buildings.
An award aimed at encouraging innovative and creative use of timber in new buildings in Scotland.
Presentations and discussion about the production and use of ultra-low carbon hemp and lime composite materials.
The Stove Network helps activate engagement and creative thinking for the development of Dumfries.
The High Street Store in Coupar Angus was nominated for the Civic Trust Scotland My Place Award 2017.
Join us on 10 May 2017 to hear how small projects make a big impact on local communities across the country.
The Stove Network and the Glasgow Institute of Architects has launched a competition in search of concepts for regeneration in Dumfries
The story of making a fabulous space, with commitment, active engagement and a vision at Speyside High School, Moray
The Place Standard tool was launched in December 2015 to support the delivery of high quality places in Scotland.
Feature article by Susan Mansfield on the Prospect North exhibition at La Biennale di Venezia.
Susan Mansfield talks to the people involved in getting the Stalled Spaces project off the ground
Stalled Spaces Scotland aims to encourage and support communities to bring stalled spaces or derelict and vacant land back into temporary use.