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Winy Maas from Rotterdam delivers RIAS Annual Lecture

Edinburgh Events Oct 2003 : Buildings

Leading Dutch designer, Winy Maas of MVRDV in Rotterdam will deliver this year’s RIAS Annual Lecture:
Oct 28 2003
Glasgow SECC
Free Event: Opportunity to hear one of Europe’s most prolific and original architects talk about his work. Dutch Architects

RIAS Exhibition 2003
27 Oct – 14 Nov 2003
STRETCH CITY: Fine Artworks by Jill Calder
Jill Calder, well known for her illustration work, received the RIAS Award at last year’s Visual Arts Scotland Annual Exhibition. The result is this show of large scale drawings and paintings completed after several trips to Las Vegas and the surrounding desert. The impact on the artist of the colour, geometry and architecture of this unique location are described in energetic style as she explores the complex relationship between the inhabitants, the visitors and the environment they choose to work and play in plus the tensions that very often arise from that.
RIAS Gallery, 15 Rutland Square, Edinburgh
Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm

Sustainable Communities Initiatives
31 Oct 2003 10am-5.45pm
“Setting up Sustainable Communities”
Craigencalt Farm, Kinghorn, Fife
Bookings via [email protected]

RIAS Exhibition News
17 Nov – 21 Nov 2003
Winners of the RIBA Wood for Good Student Design Competition 2003
RIAS Gallery, 15 Rutland Square, Edinburgh
Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm
‘Wood for good’, the largest single timber industry promotion ever mounted in the UK, targeting both trade and consumer audiences initiated an open ideas competition in partnership with the RIBA in April 2003. The competition was open to students of architecture and related disciplines.

Competitors were invited to submit designs for a challenging central London site, Gabriel’s Wharf, that demonstrated the innovative use of timber as a contemporary building material and pushed the boundaries of current thinking about sustainable development in an urban context.

RIAS Exhibition
24 Nov – 5 Dec 2003
Generalism Enacted II, an exhibition by Fergus Purdie Architect, Perth
Solo exhibition by individual practitioner Fergus Purdie, Architect. The practice ethos belongs firmly to the Scottish tradition established by Professor Patrick Geddes in terms of principles, approaches and working methods. In doing so, the exhibition’s work in the form of drawings, models and text, seeks to interpret the interface between practice, research and teaching. The outcome is an evolutionary process redefining our professional identity within contemporary practice.

Old College

Register House
General Register House
photo © Adrian Welch

Point Hotel Edinburgh
Point Hotel Edinburgh
photo : Steffen Schefer

Royal High School
Royal High School
photo © Adrian Welch

New Town Harvey Nichols

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McEwan Hall
McEwan Hall
photo © Adrian Welch

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