August 27th, 2015|Comments Off on Pollock Halls, Edinburgh University Halls of Residence
Bounded by the Royal Park of Holyrood and immediately adjacent to the listed St. Leonard's Hall, the new Pollock Halls buildings respond to both the natural landscape and the broader cityscape.
Edinburgh Walking Tour News
e-architect now have architecture walking tours in over 60 cities around the world, including Liverpool, Dublin and Cambridge alongside London which is now well established – plus cities such as Barcelona and Prague. Edinburgh Walking Tours
Scottish Design Awards
The Scottish Design Awards are open to all Architecture & Design companies in Scotland, or those doing work for a Scottish Client. The Awards aim to highlight the best and the brightest stars in the Scottish design industry. Scottish Design Awards
Caltongate development Design: Allan Murray Architects picture from developers
Artisan Real Estate Investors has lodged a detailed planning application for the Caltongate area of the Old Town. Its 220,000 sqft mixed-use scheme will be centred on a £6.5m civic square with office space, a 400-bed hotel, 28 shops, and nearly 200 homes.
Scottish National Portrait Gallery : Building News + Photos photo : Chris Watt
The project – the first major refurbishment in the Gallery’s 120-year history – restored much of the architect’s original vision, opening up previously inaccessible parts of the building and increasing the public space by more than 60%
Architecture in Edinburgh
Architectural information for Eastern Scotland + Edinburgh building news
Architectural Resource for Edinburgh architecture + architects : building news updated daily. edinburgharchitecture was set up in 2000 to form a architecture resource for the Lothians. The other sites are for Glasgow Architecture and International Architecture.
The architecture site provides quality Scottish building news + a full architectural resource for architects, engineers, surveyors, property developers, architect students & architectural enthusiasts. Architecture News for east Scotland is welcome.