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Edinburgh Castle is to join landmarks from around the world in switching off its lights later this month to help raise awareness of the impact of climate change.
The castle is one of a number of global landmarks – including the Eiffel Tower, Empire State Building and Sydney Opera House – to take part in Earth Hour, a WWF event which sees individuals, communities, cities and landmarks around the world switch off their lights simultaneously to show their support for action on climate change.
- Scottish Architects Take a Stance on Israel
Surely we have plenty of issues we could be focusing on, such as improving the quality of our built environment, removing planning red tape and improving design team fees.
Motion to Condemn Architects’ Role in Israeli Incursion Approved by RIAS Council:
At the behest of the Royal Institute of British Architects’ (RIBA) immediate Past President, Angela Brady Hon FRIAS and joint member George Oldham,
- Perth City Hall information
Design: Malcolm Fraser Architects
The Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation is a world class interdisciplinary research and teaching facility focused on key climate related challenges facing society. The ECCI will: bring together and direct high-quality research; address the significance of climate change at the science-society interface; inform political decision making; and establish Edinburgh as a leading university in the field.
The ECCI is to be accommodated within the refurbished and extended Category B listed Old High School building, Infirmary Street.
The RSA Annual Exhibition is a focal point of the RSA programme and showcases work from RSA Academicians the length and breadth of Scotland.
Now in its 188th year, it continues to provide a platform for contemporary paintings, sculpture, film, printmaking, photography and installation alongside work by some of the country’s leading architects.
This year’s convenors, Ronald Forbes RSA and Charles Hussey RSA (Elect) have also curated a themed aspect within this major exhibition entitled ‘Focus on Film’ – a survey of Scottish art involving the moving image.
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Design: Morgan McDonnell Architecture Ltd
Located on Edinburgh’s prestigious Charlotte Square, these former National Trust for Scotland offices have been refurbished and redeveloped to form prime commercial office accommodation fit for 21st century occupation. The architectural integrity of the six A-listed townhouses has been restored by comprehensive repair, replacement and reinstatement of authentic features.
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The National Library of Scotland has appointed Graham Construction to undertake a £10m reclad and redevelopment of its Causewayside Building.
The 19,000sqm building, delivered in two phases in 1989 and 1995, has been hit by ‘widespread’ air and water leakage and now requires a replacement roof, rain screen cladding, glazing, stonework and water discharge systems.