A&DS has invited a number of design professionals to share their ideas on the voice of young people in learning spaces.
The insight of those who will inhabit and use the buildings and spaces we design is always an essential component of achieving a successful outcome.
In this blog Calum Duncan, Director, Calum Duncan Architects, blogs about the importance of giving learners the gift of movement.
A new way to evaluate systematically what a “good place” means won the United Kingdom and Ireland’s most prestigious planning awards in 2017.
A&DS helped Hjaltland Housing Association and Shetland Islands Council prepare for the development of Shetland’s largest housing site at Staneyhill.
Part of a series of articles looking at the implementation of the Place Standard Tool
A&DS, together with our Place Standard partners, has been working closely with Shetland Islands council over the past two years.
Working with Place Standard partners A&DS led a workshop at an Angus Managers Forum event.
Scottish Government and A&DS helped City of Edinburgh Council to manage consultation in South Queensferry in 2015, using the Place Standard
A&DS invited the Carnegie UK Trust to test the Place Standard tool with communities who were winners of the Carnegie Prize for Design and Wellbeing