Our vision is that we live in a Scotland where a well-designed built environment supports sustainable, resilient communities which meets the needs of all. Find out how we can help you; use the website to explore our work, find resources and get involved in our events. Find out more about our work here.
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
Historically, geographically, climatically and culturally, Scotland offers schools and their pupils one of the richest and most varied...
Housing to 2040 (Ht2040) Exhibition - invitation to tender
Creating Caring Places: Re-purposing and Integrating Technology - Anne-Marie O’Hara, Chief Executive of Norton Park talks about a re-purposed building
Creating Caring Places: Housing Choice - Tom Morton, Arc Architects writes about community-led housing as an agent of change.
Creating Caring Places: Digital Connections - in this blog, Gavin Neate, Founder of Neatebox talks about innovative ways of connecting people.
Scottish Ministers have announced the appointment of four new members of the Architecture and Design Scotland board.
Cycling Without Age: Creating Caring Places and Providing Friendly and Accessible Transport.
We are exhibiting at this year's Scotland Build - Scotland’s largest construction show - come and see us at Stand C66
Waste Not, Want Not: we have put together seven thoughts on the Circular Economy and its potential in the built environment sector.
A&DS Chief Executive Jim MacDonald will speak at this year's Scotland Build conference on the topic of Adding Value Through Good Design.
A group of students from Our Lady of The Missions used our Tests of Change process to hack their learning space and got to build their own furniture!