Read more about Rosefield which was shortlisted for the RIAS Best use of Timber Award 2015. The project features charred larch cladding to distinguish the extensions from the original brick building.
Developed around the ‘garden hospital concept’, the 344-bed Dumfries & Galloway Royal Infirmary uses the natural environment for patient wellbeing
Designed to create a therapeutic environment, Woodland View’s non-institutional design provides mental health services in a mature woodland setting.
In this blog Toby Jeavons, of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, outlines the process of building the Macallan Distillery and Visitor Experience.
Timber Theatre: Brian McGinlay, McGinlay Bell, writes about the process of creating a new and accessible space for the city at Glasgow Film Theatre.
Ian O'Brien writes about the challenges of building in a remote location, and the opportunities of using timber from a storm-felled oak.
David Jamieson of ZONE architects talks about the joys and challenges of creating a low carbon building in Edinburgh.
Jaki McDougall, CEO of Glasgow Film Theatre, blogs about the process of opening up a new room for the city.
Extensive community co-design transformed Fraser Avenue, Inverkeithing, into fuel-efficient housing in a community where children play in the street.
This Case Study showcases inspirational, non-classroom spaces that cater more to the social side of school life.
A&DS has developed a series of Case Studies to illustrate how the Place Standard tool has been used within the planning process.