Despite the challenges of lockdown, and the closure of our offices, A&DS has continued to deliver high quality and important work. We review our year.
As part of our Annual Review of 2020 we asked staff and board members to reflect on their experiences in 2020.
Reflecting on architecture in 2020, the Student Award winners look forward to building back better.
Studying architecture in 2020 has been challenging. We spoke to the student awards winners to hear about their designs and studying under lockdown.
The winning projects range from intergenerational housing to a post-apocalyptic ark, a floating recital space, to a large peace park in Glasgow.
The winning and commended projects at this year's A&DS and RIAS Student Awards for Architecture have been announced.
The shortlist for the A&DS and RIAS Scottish Student Awards for Architecture 2020 has been announced.
Play: Brian Hartley. Play as a spontaneous and creative process, and how it opens vital conversations and actions.
The Happenstance: a Lively Scottish-Venetian freespace: Phineas Harper. The engagement of the Venetians to the “open to all” of The Happenstance.
A Conversation, a Workshop and Afterwards: Elizabeth Murphy and Emily Speed. Teams are able to make something much bigger, layered and profound.