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A new online sustainable materials resource for construction professionals, architects, builders and home owners has been launched.
The Best Use of Timber Awards 2017 exhibition showcases the winner and shortlisted entries to the annual RIAS Awards scheme.
Historically, geographically, climatically and culturally, Scotland offers schools and their pupils one of the richest and most varied...
Phil Prentice, Chief Officer of Scotland's Towns Partnership, shares a few thoughts around how start and end of life housing solutions might evolve.
Scottish Ministers are looking to appoint a new Chair of the Board of Architecture and Design Scotland (A&DS).
What makes a caring place? In the first of a series of blogs find out more about our upcoming work on town centre living and caring places.
Town Centre Living: How we can use design to help create a caring place? What value does design bring? Join the conversation!
Scotland will be represented as a collateral event at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition at the Biennale di Venezia starting in May 2018.
A short video to introduce The Happenstance - a Collateral Event at 16th International Architecture Exhibition at the Biennale di Venezia
A Living Library of Ideas. A Workshop of Tools. A City of Propositions. Scotland's contribution to Biennale Architettura 2018, Venice.
A more vibrant waterfront for Fort William: read about how a local group created safe access to Loch Linnhe and economic benefit for the community.
Space and water heating are responsible for most of the emissions from homes across Scotland - what can we do to reduce our emissions?
A project is underway to to bring Hallside Heritage Park back into use as a greenspace, providing community benefit.