Design in a Changing Climate: report shows how places across Scotland can tackle climate change and improve people's quality of life.
A new way to evaluate systematically what a “good place” means won the United Kingdom and Ireland’s most prestigious planning awards in 2017.
The Stove Network and the Glasgow Institute of Architects has launched a competition in search of concepts for regeneration in Dumfries
Glasgow hosts Danish-Scottish urban planning summit
New audio-guide tour launched as part of the Say Hello to Architecture Programme
A short interview with Johnny Rodger - the narrator of the new audio-tour A Brisk Walk - exploring Glasgow's buildings at risk.
Martin Crookston reviews the new book, by Lou Rosenburg in collaboration with John Rosser, published by the Word Bank.
Outputs from the meeting of the Local Authority Urban Design Forum (LAUDF), held at the Lighthouse, Glasgow, on 12th May 2016
A follow up event to the Design Skills Symposium 2014 took place on November 6th at The Lighthouse.
From “empty useless space” to “the world’s most liveable city”