Developed around the ‘garden hospital concept’, the 344-bed Dumfries & Galloway Royal Infirmary uses the natural environment for patient wellbeing
Woodside Multi-storey flats project in Glasgow explored the viability of retaining a series of three 1960s tower blocks and to mitigate fuel poverty
On 12th June Roger Curtis of Historic Environment Scotland will present two CPD talks on Climate Change Adaptation and Damp in Traditional Buildings
We spoke to John Kinsley, of John Kinsley Architects (JKA), about their award-winning project Bath Street Collective, Edinburgh.
This post looks at the points where materials selection and specification can support reducing our emissions in the built environment in Scotland.
This blog is about the opportunities for positive contribution that our towns and cities represent towards meeting our emissions reductions targets.
Space and water heating are responsible for most of the emissions from homes across Scotland - what can we do to reduce our emissions?
Scotland's Housing is a key contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, this article outlines the legislative drivers to tackle the problem.
A new online sustainable materials resource for construction professionals, architects, builders and home owners has been launched.
Find out more about our work on sustainability and materials here.