Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) in collaboration with Scottish Development International (SDI), Scottish Enterprise (SE), Edinburgh Napier University and Architecture and Design Scotland held the following event – Offsite Scotland: A strategy for internationalisation, up skilling and culture change at the Lighthouse on the 9th of June. This half day event explored the recent activity and future potential for the offsite sector in Scotland, the UK and internationally.
Building Offsite: An Introduction was funded by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES).
On the 20th November 2014 Architecture + Design Scotland hosted the event “The Future of Construction in Scotland- Build Offsite” focusing...
How does it feel to occupy an offsite house, and what examples are there? This Case Study looks at four offsite housing projects in Scotland.
Robert Hairstans of Edinburgh Napier University reflects on our new Case Studies in terms of offsite construction adoption in Scotland
Scotland’s climate is changing. How Scotland’s places are adapted and used can help futureproof against the impacts of climate change.
This service will support a small number of selected Local Authorities to develop spatial plans for places which prioritise decarbonisation.
A new online sustainable materials resource for construction professionals, architects, builders and home owners has been launched.
With the launch of the ‘Timber Awards’ this month, it felt only fitting to have timber as our material of the month.
A summary of Confor’s “From Trees to Timber Homes” conference, Edinburgh, 27th September 2017
This publication collates winning and shortlisted projects to offer a portrait of timber architecture in Scotland over the years 2012 - 2017
This event focussed on how Design for Manufacture and Assembly and Innovation in construction can deliver housing and public buildings for Scotland.
In 2016 Material Considerations: A Library of Sustainable Building Materials presented a CPD series focusing on sustainable building materials.