First glimpse inside newly restored Moat Brae House, where J. M. Barrie’s Peter Pan began, reveals Scottish architectural gem, Greek Revival Style, Category B-listed building by Walter Newall architect.
Scottish architecture news – architect Alan Dunlop controversially calls not to rebuild damaged Glasgow School of Art building after second severe fire in four years, stating that it has “gone for ever”.
University of Stirling Sports Centre building design by FaulknerBrowns architects – approval for £20 m transformation of sport facilities, integrating national tennis and swimming academies.
16 Church Street, Dumbarton office building in West Scotland – design by Keppie Architects – promoting a culture of flexible, collaborative working in a safe and healthy workplace, provided in a frugal, efficient and sustainable building.
A New Chapter’s Position Statement on RIAS reform: aNC is greatly encouraged by recent moves within the RIAS to implement significant reform measures, agreed at this week’s Council meeting.
Doors Open Days 2018 Scotland – a free festival celebrating heritage and the built environment, new and old. Every September explore hundreds of fascinating buildings across Scotland. Some open up once a year, some just once in a lifetime.
Stirling architecture, Scotland – best new building photos – Stirling architecture pictures, key buildings + architectural news, architects & images – info on contemporary built environment developments.
Glenmorangie New Still House Building, part of a multimillion pound expansion designed to position the single malt whisky for a strong, successful future.
2018 Saltire Society Housing Design Awards winners – Leith Fort, Edinburgh: 94 new-build residential units: the new housing reinterprets the form of colonies housing, a traditional social housing typology found in many neighbourhoods across Edinburgh.
Ayrshire buildings news – demolition works mark first major milestone for new Ayr Grammar as South Ayrshire Council begin to refurbish the old building.
Plans to build a major new housing development that will transform the old Tullis Russell Paper Mill site between Glenrothes and Markinch have been submitted to Fife Council.
A Saltire Award-winning concept that unites the priorities of healthcare, housing provision and tenant welfare is welcoming its first tenants in the Highlands today: FitHome village in Dalmore, Alness, a pilot development delivered by Albyn Housing Society.
New photos – the design references dynamic light qualities found in the local landscape and the world’s leading single malt whisky that is produced on the site, while shaping a unique experience of the complex distilling process at the heart of the brand.
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners designed this striking piece of contemporary architecture is cut into the slope of the land, taking its cues from ancient Scottish hills and maximising the aesthetic beauty of the building whilst minimising the visual impact on the Speyside landscape.