Edinburgh Property, Buildings, Housing, Adrian Welch
Introduction : Architecture Information
Introduction to the Edinburgh Architecture Website, Scotland
Introduction to Edinburgh Architecture
This site is about Edinburgh architecture & Edinburgh architects. The News page acts as a resource and as a forum for discussion of topical Scottish Architecture issues, new Edinburgh buildings and masterplans. The website is focused on contemporary Edinburgh architecture and is updated daily.
Contact: email@example.com or call +44 (0)1620 825722.
Mark e-mails ‘for publication’ if to go online.
The site was written – and is updated daily – by Adrian Welch, and managed by my wife Isabelle Lomholt.
The Edinburgh website welcomes sponsors / advertisers.
Architects can be listed at the Edinburgh Architects page. With over 113 million hits per year across our three sites, listings generate strong traffic for sponsors.
Edinburgh Walking Tours are available of the city’s architecture.
Tron Nursery, Old Town:
image from the architect
The Edinburgh Maps page is a good place to orientate yourself, and if you’re not from Edinburgh the six Tours (with individual maps) would be a logical next choice.
The Edinburgh Books page lists numerous books, mostly on Edinburgh.
I hope you enjoy your visit.
I would like to say a special thanks to my wife, who also trained as an architect, Isabelle Lomholt for being so supportive.
Thanks also to sponsors Michael Laird Architects, Mike Stoane Lighting, CP Construction & Property Recruitment.
The website has been running since 1999.
“Edinburgh”, said the writer Robert Louis Stevenson, “is what Paris ought to be. Its magnificent architecture shifts from the lofty buildings of its medieval Old Town as they tumble down the spine of the Royal Mile to the grace of the Georgian New Town. Above it all, in its towering splendour, stands the Castle. Every step is a revelation – an alleyway which reveals an ancient courtyard, or a wynd which opens up a new panorama. And yet within this sweeping elegance is a compact city, a bustling city, above all a city which rewards every visitor.”
picture © Keith Hunter
Museum of Scotland
photograph © Adrian Welch
picture © Adrian Welch
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