Posts tagged 'Scotland'

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One Year In: V&A Dundee by Kengo Kuma

Lead architects Kengo Kuma and Associates worked in collaboration with PiM.studio Architects to deliver Scotland’s first design museum, V&A Dundee Read more from One Year In

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T-A-P reinvents the Castle MacLellan factory

Castle MacLellan – purveyor of posh pâté – enlisted T-A-P to extend and reinvent its factory, streamlining production and making a feature of its riverside setting

Architecture
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Graven takes co-working north of the border

Elevator, a lively hub for business enterprise in Scotland’s north east, plays host to both permanent staff and budding entrepreneurs finding their way “I am

Interiors
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The Inn at John O’Groats by GLM

Looking out from the northernmost tip of mainland Scotland, the primary-coloured clapboard buildings of The Inn at John O’Groats mirror those of its closest neighbour – Norway. Attached

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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.

Architecture
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Scottish Water by Reiach and Hall Architects

The origins of The Bridge, Scottish Water‘s new flagship corporate HQ, were not, on the face of it, hugely auspicious. Firstly, the project was procured

Architecture
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£75m specialist crime division of Police Scotland

Potentially, the new Scottish Crime Campus building strikes an uneasy balance between conforming – unwittingly – to the stereotype of forbidding police architecture and projecting

Architecture
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£4.9m funding for Bennetts’ Citz Theatre revamp

Bennetts Associates £16.5m redevelopment of Glasgow’s Citizens Theatre has moved a step closer to realisation, thanks to £4.9m in funding from the Heritage Lottery Funding.

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Aberdeen council’s gothic new digs by Holmes Miller

It’s quite a stretch to imagine that the soaring shimmering form of Marischal College, a 120m-long and 24m-tall silver granite landmark building that currently dominates

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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

Architecture

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