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A Living Library of Ideas. A Workshop of Tools. A City of Propositions. Scotland's contribution to Biennale Architettura 2018, Venice.
A new online sustainable materials resource for construction professionals, architects, builders and home owners has been launched.
Historically, geographically, climatically and culturally, Scotland offers schools and their pupils one of the richest and most varied...
Here our Board Member Alan Sim answers our Geddes-Gram.
We asked Sue Evans, A&DS Board Member, to answer our Geddes-Gram - a snapshot of the state of Scotland's built environment.
Jack Dudgeon MSYP for Eastwood and Vice Chair of the Scottish Youth Parliament, asks designers to be radical when they create learning spaces.
Kind Places: Anne-Marie O'Hara, CEO of Norton Park, blogs about looking at kindness in procurement, as part of our Caring Places blog series.
The power of design: Scottish Ministers appoint Ann Allen as Chair of the Board of A&DS, as Karen Anderson steps down after two terms at the helm.
What are A&DS Board Member Caroline Parkinson's special places in Scotland? What inspires her and where could we do better? Read her Geddes-Gram here.
A Caring Place Advisory Group - Workshop Notes Part 3 - what actions can we take away from the workshop to make Caring Places?
We asked Sandy Beattie, A&DS Board Member, to answer our Geddes-Gram - a snapshot of the state of Scotland's built environment.
A Caring Place Advisory Group - Workshop Notes Part 2 - key messages coming out of the session and looking at the issues and opportunities.
We asked Karen Anderson, former Chair of A&DS Board, to answer our first Geddes-Gram, taking the temperature of Scotland's built environment.