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.
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.
Architecture and Design Scotland Board Member Lynn Wilson explains the importance of design in the implementation of a circular economy.
How do the trips we we need to make to access public services impact on our Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate Change?
Town Centre Living: Penny Morriss of Living Streets Scotland on walkable and caring town centres.
This post looks at the points where materials selection and specification can support reducing our emissions in the built environment in Scotland.
Phil Prentice blogs about town centre living and the opportunities of creating flexible and caring places reflecting our demographic changes.
This blog is about the opportunities for positive contribution that our towns and cities represent towards meeting our emissions reductions targets.
Phil Prentice, Chief Officer of Scotland's Towns Partnership, shares a few thoughts around how start and end of life housing solutions might evolve.