Building a Healthy Community - Capturing learning from recently completed Community Hospitals
NSS is part of the Green Exercise Partnership (GEP) that has released a new suite of films on the benefits of improved greenspace
James Hamilton Academy - Classroom Hack
A document summarising the Making Co-Housing Happen event held in Glasgow at the end of November 2016
This piece explores a sample of housing with more than one face and use
This piece explores a sample of housing responding to site-specific local conditions such as topography, flooding or micro-climate.
A sample of individual buildings with a role in the wider landscape or townscape.
This piece explores a sample of housing forming edges to parks, public open space and the wider landscape.
This piece looks at the role of contemporary closes, wynds and mews, re-interpretations of Scottish urban forms.
This piece explores a sample of housing formed around courtyards, into clusters, or otherwise composed as groups.
This piece explores the terraced house format through recent practice examples.
Newsletter produced to support the Local Authority Urban Design Forum (LAUDF) group, containing news from the meeting in December 2016.
A&DS Annual Report and Financial Statements Year Ended 31 March 2016
A short document outlining the plans for Auchincruive, a new village in South Ayrshire.
Presentations from the Making Co-Housing Happen event.
Milne's Primary School - Outdoor Learning - Ideas Design Log
A document reviewing opportunities for new outdoor learning spaces at Milne's Primary School, Moray.
Publication outlining new approaches for Settings for Learning
A screen friendly version of the Annual Review 2016 published in January 2017.
A newsletter from the Public Sector Client Forum event held in November 2016.
Public Sector Client Forum: jmarchitects presentation on Brechin Community Campus (November 2016)
Presentation by Dr Sharon Wright from the Public Sector Client Forum meeting held in November 2016 at the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation.
A short video from the opening weekend of the Dundee Festival of Architecture: A 2016 Showcase at West Ward Works, Dundee until 27 November.
Settings for Learning: Taxonomy of Spaces
Learning and Teaching Settings: Prototyping and Incremental Change - Publication
A video from the opening of the Prospect North exhibition at The Lighthouse, October 2016.
This nursery play garden features Oak and Scottish larch, living willow and handmade timber play elements.
This off-grid modular holiday home features a Cross Laminated Timber structure kept cosy with Sheep’s Wool insulation.
Originally conceived as a temporary building, this WW2 Nissen hut has been secured for another generation using innovative construction materials.
This timber frame hotel extension in a prominent location features larch cladding with a bright durable finish.
This new-build timber house benefits from the use of boat building techniques which reinforce the original concept of a partly submerged rugged form
You are invited to contribute to the consultation for A&DS new Corporate Strategy, covering 2017-2020.
This city centre "community hospital without beds" brings together services previously located in disparate sites across Aberdeen.
This two storey house with a bright and welcoming sun space showcase timber construction materials.
The building was prefabricated offsite using a modular timber system so that it could be constructed quickly in the short bulding season
This section identifies a range of building types that have a sustainable design approach.
This practical demonstration of the use of Scottish Grown Timber celebrates the life and achievements of botanist David Douglas.
Kentish Town Health Centre - Image Gallery
The Carlisle Centre - Image Gallery
Castlemilk stables required indent stone repairs showing best practice principles by retaining as much of the historic stonework as possible.
The layout of the site demanded high quality and hardwearing street surfaces so natural stone was used extensively.
Timber is used throughout this building, with only the junctions between columns, beams and walls being strengthened with steel brackets.
This small housing development of a Forestry Commission Site maximises the use of locally sourced Scottish timber.
The headquarters building for Scottish Natural Heritage reflects the natural woodland landscape with the use of timber throughout.
A defining feature is of this project the internal, stepped red sandstone ‘street’.
The ‘Stone House’ is a terrace of four family sized houses constructed from Caithness Stone.
This house beside the beach features a wall constructed from local stone.
This college extension showcases a variety of timber construction materials and methods.
This visitors facility in a forest popular with walkers and mountain bikers is built predominately from timber.
This project showcases the use of stone gabions.