Posts tagged 'edinburgh'


Edinburgh experiences real estate boom

The Scottish capital is well known for its gothic and medieval architecture, as well as modern landmarks like the Scottish Parliament building. It’s a city


Fordell and Corran HQ by Morgan McDonnell

Edinburgh’s Charlotte Square, with its palatial blocks designed by Robert Adam in 1791, is regarded as one of the finest neoclassical set-pieces in the world.


Top universities spending £9bn on new buildings

Russell Group Universities – including those in Cambridge and Manchester – are carrying out major development schemes over the next four years, to the tune

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Scotstoun House by Haa Design

Imagined more as a ‘pavilion in a park’ than a ‘machine for living’, Scotstoun House certainly seems to embody more than a little poetry compared

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The Cube by Allan Murray Architects

The cool modernism of Allan Murray Architects’ Cube neatly slots into the historic fabric of the Scottish capital  Edinburgh is no stranger to construction. Since

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Informatics Forum by Bennetts Associates

Edinburgh University’s Informatics Forum is at the forefront of scientific research, facilitated by an equally cutting-edge building Professor Michael Fourman, head of E-Science at The


It’s a wrap

Edinburgh is often described as the city with the perfect balance between all things traditional and contemporary, and is often considered one of the most



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