As part of our Say Hello to Architecture programme in 2016 we want to hear from you – what events you got up to and what difference you are hoping to make. We are creating a platform for your voices to be heard. Throughout the year we are calling on all kinds of people to share their views and ideas, by producing short talking head style videos, tell us what projects you have been involved in, how you feel about your place. This video will give you ideas on how to capture and share your events.
Say Hello to Architecture is A&DS contribution to the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design and the Festival of Architecture in 2016
Say Hello to Architecture - Local Events Application Form
From our latest research into learning spaces, we present good practice on designing for STEM, social learning and in-between spaces.
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.
Looking back over a challenging year, Ann Allen reports on the changes to our built environment and how we've used design to empower communities.
As part of our Annual Review of 2020 we asked staff and board members to reflect on their experiences in 2020.
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.
This article and short animation explains why you should adopt a place-based approach as outlined in the Place Principle.
Built It Aberdeen took place online in 2020 and brought together industry experts discuss challenges facing the construction industry.
Design in a Changing Climate: report shows how places across Scotland can tackle climate change and improve people's quality of life.
Architecture and Design Scotland recently undertook an exploration into designing for a changing climate. Download the report to learn more.
The winning projects range from intergenerational housing to a post-apocalyptic ark, a floating recital space, to a large peace park in Glasgow.