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Scotland is changing and with these changes come both opportunities and challenges - this report sets out the work we are doing on A Caring Place
The Learner Journey: this exhibition showcases the learner journey from four schools and features the Tests of Change process
Historically, geographically, climatically and culturally, Scotland offers schools and their pupils one of the richest and most varied...
The winning projects in the A&DS and RIAS Scottish Student Awards for Architecture 2019 have been announced.
Continuing trends towards urbanisation and the pressing realities of a climate emergency require us to re-evaluate how we plan, design and build.
This consultation is a vision for out of school care, considers the current picture, and asks questions about the benefits and challenges of access.
The Learner Journey exhibition looks how school pupils and teachers can use simple tools and exercises to improve the spaces they learn in
This event in Dumfries explored how we can work together to create more age-friendly places to live in Scotland.
These examples illustrate where architects and urban designers have reconciled functions of the individual house that are integral to placemaking.
ESALA and Collective Architecture will design a travelling exhibition to support Scottish Government consultation process
A Caring Place: creating caring places and providing friendly and accessible transport - by Hamish Brown a volunteer pilot with Cycling Without Age
Creating Caring Places: Re-purposing and Integrating Technology - Colin Foskett, writes about ease of accessibility and promoting independent living.
Creating Caring Places: Re-purposing and Integrating Technology - Anne-Marie O’Hara, Chief Executive of Norton Park talks about a re-purposed building