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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...
Throughout 2019 Architecture and Design Scotland supported the Scottish Government's Housing to 2040 consultation with workshops and events.
This case study about Fraser Avenue in Inverkeithing, Fife, looks at the development of a new neighbourhood of high quality affordable housing.
In our Annual Review of 2019 we look at how the work we do supports the Place Principle.
Shaping Scotland’s Learning Spaces - Policy, Projects and Partners: a short publication providing reflections on Education Buildings Awards 2019
Doctor Kristiina Erkkilä will speak at the Education Buildings Scotland Conference and share lessons on co-creating learning spaces in the community.
An interview with Lene Jensby Lange, founder of Autens, a leading Danish consultancy dedicated to re-imagining education.
Home is more than simply shelter: housing touches every part of life in Scotland, from childhood to old age. This exhibition invites you to comment.
The winning projects in the A&DS and RIAS Scottish Student Awards for Architecture 2019 have been announced.
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