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Historically, geographically, climatically and culturally, Scotland offers schools and their pupils one of the richest and most varied...
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!
Exploring how The Circular Economy can be adopted in Scottish Design and Construction
The Hawkhead Centre in Paisley, Renfrewshire, is an activity and support facility for Scottish War Blinded, designed by Page\Park architects.
We spoke to John Kinsley, of John Kinsley Architects (JKA), about their award-winning project Bath Street Collective, Edinburgh.
At the Falls of Shin Visitor Centre, Achany Sutherland by CH Architecture, timber was the key materials used in this woodland setting.
We spoke to the team behind the short-listed project The Black Shed, Isle of Skye, where Douglas Fir boards play a central part in the final design.
The Best Use of Timber Awards 2018 exhibition showcases the winner and shortlisted entries to the annual RIAS Awards scheme.
The newsletter summarising the 12th Local Authority Urban Design Forum (LAUDF), held in Dec 2018.
Architecture and Design Scotland Board Member Lynn Wilson explains the importance of design in the implementation of a circular economy.
A&DS has invited a number of design professionals to share their ideas on the voice of young people in learning spaces.