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Edinburgh Printmakers / Page \ Park Architects

02:00 - 8 June, 2019
Edinburgh Printmakers / Page \ Park Architects, © Jim Stephenson
© Jim Stephenson

© Jim Stephenson © Jim Stephenson © Jim Stephenson © Jim Stephenson + 23

  • Architects

  • Location

    Edinburgh Printmakers, Castle Mills, 1 Dundee Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9FP, United Kingdom
  • Category

  • Lead Architect

    Suzy O’ Leary
  • Page \Park team

    Suzy O’ Leary, Eilidh Henderson, Nicola Walls, David Page
  • Area

    2650.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2019
  • Photographs

Reimagining Egyptian Halls

07:00 - 21 May, 2019
Reimagining Egyptian Halls, Competition Poster
Competition Poster

The objective of the completion is to invite innovative, imaginative and purposeful design solutions for the reuse of the A-listed Egyptian Halls, a warehouse building completed in 1872 on Union Street, Glasgow by the celebrated, nineteenth-century architect Alexander Thomson (1817-1875).

Sutherland & Co. studio / Sutherland & Co.

08:00 - 10 May, 2019
© Dapple Photography
© Dapple Photography

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Carmody Groarke's Hill House Box Celebrates Public Debut in Scotland

04:30 - 1 May, 2019
Carmody Groarke's Hill House Box Celebrates Public Debut in Scotland, The Box for Hill House. Image Courtesy of Carmody Groarke
The Box for Hill House. Image Courtesy of Carmody Groarke

London-based firm Carmody Groarke and the National Trust for Scotland have celebrated the public launch and debut of The Box in Helensburgh. Designed for the Hill House by Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the project was made to conserve one of Scotland’s most important buildings. First announced in late 2017, the endeavor aims to preserve the building and its iconic facade from extensive moisture damage.

The Box for Hill House. Image Courtesy of National Trust for Scotland The Box for Hill House. Image Courtesy of National Trust for Scotland The Box for Hill House. Image Courtesy of National Trust for Scotland The Box for Hill House. Image Courtesy of National Trust for Scotland + 15

6 Schools That Defined Their Own Architectural Styles

07:00 - 20 February, 2019
6 Schools That Defined Their Own Architectural Styles

Architectural education has always been fundamentally influenced by whichever styles are popular at a given time, but that relationship flows in the opposite direction as well. All styles must originate somewhere, after all, and revolutionary schools throughout centuries past have functioned as the influencers and generators of their own architectural movements. These schools, progressive in their times, are often founded by discontented experimental minds, looking for something not previously nor currently offered in architectural output or education. Instead, they forge their own way and bring their students along with them. As those students graduate and continue on to practice or become teachers themselves, the school’s influence spreads and a new movement is born.

V&A Dundee / Kengo Kuma and Associates

01:00 - 12 September, 2018
© Hufton+Crow
© Hufton+Crow

© Hufton+Crow © Hufton+Crow © Hufton+Crow © Hufton+Crow + 65

  • Architects

  • Location

    1 Riverside Esplanade, Dundee DD1 4EZ, United Kingdom
  • Category

  • Partners in Charge

    Kengo Kuma, Yuki Ikeguchi, Teppei Fujiwara
  • Project Architect

    Maurizio Mucciola
  • Area

    8500.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2018
  • Photographs

David Chipperfield's IMPACT Centre Offers a Contemporary Interpretation of Edinburgh's Georgian Fabric

12:00 - 28 August, 2018
© Hayes Davidson
© Hayes Davidson

David Chipperfield Architects have released new details of their proposed IMPACT Centre in Edinburgh, Scotland. Addressing the need for a purpose-built, medium-sized performance venue in a city of profound cultural heritage, the scheme will serve as a base for the Scottish Chamber Orchestra with a main, 1000-seat auditorium.

Situated in Edinburgh’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, the scheme will replace an existing office building to become the first dedicated new space for music and performing arts in the city in 100 years. The scheme seeks to “form an urban composition centered around Dundas House,” a 1771 Grade-A listed civic building whose rear façade abuts the proposed scheme.

© David Chipperfield Architects © Hayes Davidson © Hayes Davidson © Hayes Davidson + 8

A First Look at Kengo Kuma's New V&A Dundee

12:00 - 16 August, 2018
A First Look at Kengo Kuma's New V&A Dundee, © Rapid Visual Media
© Rapid Visual Media

The V&A Dundee, in collaboration with Rapid Visual Media, have released drone footage and imagery ahead of the building’s opening, marking Kengo Kuma’s first UK project. The footage showcases the new museum jutting out into Dundee’s River Tay, inspired by the cliffs of Scotland.

The museum is formed of 2,500 pre-cast concrete panels hung from complex curving walls, casting shadows which vary depending on weather conditions. As well as being Kuma’s first UK building, the V&A Dundee is also the first dedicated design museum in Scotland.

© Rapid Visual Media © Rapid Visual Media A First Look at Kengo Kuma's New V&A Dundee © Rapid Visual Media + 7

16 Church Street / Keppie

04:00 - 7 August, 2018
16 Church Street / Keppie, © Jim Stephenson
© Jim Stephenson

AL_A Selected for $55Million Renovation and Extension of Scotland's Paisley Museum

14:00 - 21 May, 2018
AL_A Selected for $55Million Renovation and Extension of Scotland's Paisley Museum, Exterior of the Paisley Museum. Image Courtesy of Paisley Museum
Exterior of the Paisley Museum. Image Courtesy of Paisley Museum

London-based AL_A has been appointed for their first Scottish commission: the $55million (£42million) transformation of the Paisley Museum. The brief calls for the revitalization of the home of Paisley’s textile heritage, natural history and art and science collections.

The museum’s transformation is a flagship project for a $135million (£100million) investment in cultural venues by the council governing the city of Paisley, in preparation for a UK City of Culture 2021 bid legacy.

Call for Submissions: Architecture Fringe 2018 Scotland

12:55 - 8 January, 2018
Call for Submissions: Architecture Fringe 2018 Scotland, Architecture Fringe 2018 open call banner - credit Architecture Fringe
Architecture Fringe 2018 open call banner - credit Architecture Fringe

The Architecture Fringe has launched an open call for submissions to its 2018 open programme.

The Architecture Fringe was launched in 2016 by a group of architects, designers, photographers, engineers, visual artists and curators to encourage public debate about architecture and design in Scotland within its broader socio-political context.

Carmody Groarke's Transparent Pavilion Will Allow for the Preservation of Historic Hill House by Charles Rennie Mackintosh

14:30 - 6 December, 2017
Carmody Groarke's Transparent Pavilion Will Allow for the Preservation of Historic Hill House by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, The temporary pavilion will cover Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Hill House for preservation work. Image Courtesy of Carmody Groarke
The temporary pavilion will cover Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Hill House for preservation work. Image Courtesy of Carmody Groarke

London-based firm Carmody Groarke and the National Trust for Scotland have announced plans for a major project to conserve one of Scotland’s most important buildings: the Hill House in Helensburgh, designed by Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

The temporary pavilion will cover Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Hill House for preservation work. Image Courtesy of Carmody Groarke The structure will be maximally transparent as to preserve the house's relationship to its context. Image Courtesy of Carmody Groarke Viewing platforms will allow the house to be seen from new vantage points. Image Courtesy of Carmody Groarke Hill House as it stands today © Flickr <a href='http://https://www.flickr.com/photos/hisgett/36698087814/in/photolist-XUThXY-um4aM-YAQuC3-5vCauR-5vGtMS-fUBHod-UHynxs-um2PQ-fGBnhp-ukYEt-um3io-ukYBH-um5ve-um2Hf-um432-ukXqe-5vCag8-um2mj-um2AV-um6Lw-YWQJv5-ukYq7-um3sz-um1by-XYkMYc-YZAHZK-XYJgNX-um6WY-YZAFna-um5M8-ukZtS-YWQF9q-um5YP-ukZ5o-um2eo-um2tW-um3VD-um6aZ-VZVDbr-XYkEGi-um3C3-ukZ8W-ukXY9-nqPNRC-um3M5-um7oB-5vCacT-ukX5z-um4iK-ukZjc'>user hisgett</a>. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 + 4

Ruin Studio / Lily Jencks Studio + Nathanael Dorent Architecture

03:00 - 29 November, 2017
Ruin Studio / Lily Jencks Studio + Nathanael Dorent Architecture, © Sergio Pirrone
© Sergio Pirrone

© Sergio Pirrone © Sergio Pirrone © Sergio Pirrone © Sergio Pirrone + 55

Mecanoo Selected to Transform Perth City Hall in Scotland into New Cultural Center

12:00 - 23 August, 2017
Mecanoo Selected to Transform Perth City Hall in Scotland into New Cultural Center , Main Space. Image © Mecanoo Architecten
Main Space. Image © Mecanoo Architecten

Mecanoo has been selected to design the renovation of the historically landmarked Perth City Hall in Scotland, transforming the building into a new cultural facility through a series of sensitive interventions and a reimagined space flow. Envisioned as a new gateway to Perth, the scheme will pull from the city’s history and culture to create a place that is accessible to all.

Cafe. Image © Mecanoo Architecten Aerial View. Image © Mecanoo Architecten Learning Center. Image © Mecanoo Architecten © <a href='http://https://www.flickr.com/photos/ninian_reid/21767259146/in/photolist-zauTMu-9Qs2tp-d4Fmpy-d4FjcL-9QuQJd-d4FhDW-d4EZ17-9QuQSY-ed34J3-X1CA4S-9QuR9W-9Qs2cc-s8snXL-9QuRbQ-d4F2GU-9QuQFU-9QuQVd-fDW28n-s8reEJ-T1PJh7-cosyCC-hhAoPj-9Qs2re-9QuQEf-9QuQXb-8CKAqT-pdAt2S-fSbRmh-UezWwG-VZMpkq-pdAyV5-fDVZ3Z-rtdLsp-puNBvX-pwCro4-pb5sgT-X1CB61-d4FaXj-d4EWLY-d4F54A-cosBk1-d4F7Do-9JmUh1-nFzoL3-9pYwWY-yuQxQ-v5M5eB-cotc3w-brazGr-d4FeJ3'>Flickr user ninian_reid</a>. Licensed under CC BY 2.0. ImagePerth City Hall today + 5

wHY-led Team Wins Competition for Edinburgh's Ross Pavilion

10:20 - 1 August, 2017
wHY-led Team Wins Competition for Edinburgh's Ross Pavilion, © wHY
© wHY

The team led by US-based architects wHY has been selected as the winner of the Ross Pavilion International Design Competition, beating out proposals from Adjaye Associates, BIG, Flanagan Lawrence, Page\Park Architects, Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter and William Matthews Associates + Sou Fujimoto Architects.

Featuring an international collaboration of architects, engineers and creative agencies – including Edinburgh-based design studio GRAS, Groves-Raines Architects, Arup, Studio Yann Kersalé, O Street, Stuco, Creative Concern, Noel Kingsbury, Atelier Ten and Lawrence Barth – the team envisioned a rolling terrain for the West Princes Street Gardens site that the jury lauded as both exciting and respectful of its historic setting.

© wHY © wHY © wHY © wHY + 7

Rockvilla – National Theatre of Scotland HQ / Hoskins Architects

02:00 - 23 July, 2017
Rockvilla – National Theatre of Scotland HQ / Hoskins Architects, © Gillian Hayes - Dapple Photography
© Gillian Hayes - Dapple Photography

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2017 Scottish Architecture Fringe: Closing Lecture

08:00 - 12 July, 2017
2017 Scottish Architecture Fringe: Closing Lecture, Sam Jacob, Beatrice Galilee and Cath Slessor explore and discuss the infrastructural state of architecture in a world context.
Sam Jacob, Beatrice Galilee and Cath Slessor explore and discuss the infrastructural state of architecture in a world context.

Architecture occurs within a multiplicity of varying contexts, arrangements and expressions. It can be deployed for the greater good and harnessed for singular enrichment. It can be activated to induce joy and utilised to encourage fear. It can be programmed to provide the infrastructural genesis of further activity and applied as final conclusive decoration.