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Edinburgh school kicks off expansion plans with ISG

ISG has been appointed to deliver the first phase of George Watson’s College’s multi-million-pound campus masterplan.

Published 18 September 2018

Q&A with winner of RIAS/Saint-Gobain Emerging Architect award 2018

The RIAS/Saint-Gobain Emerging Architect Award recognises the crucial role architects play in delivering a better world and encourages the great architects of the future at the outset of their careers. This year, the award went to Eilidh Henderson of Page\Park Architects for her inspiring work on St. Cecilia’s Chapel in Edinburgh. Saint-Gobain spoke to Eilidh to find out a bit more about her winning project and her role at Page\Park Architects.

Published 29 August 2018

Indeglas internal glazed screens feature in two RIAS award winning Edinburgh projects

Indeglas has been specified by architects Page\Park to develop the design, then carry out the supply and installation of internal glass screens and fully glazed doors at St Cecilia’s Hall, the University of Edinburgh’s music museum and teaching space in the heart of the city’s Old Town.

Published 18 July 2018

Ayrshire Housing announces new architects' panel

After a public competition, Ayrshire Housing has selected six well known architects to its new framework.

Published 6 July 2018

Shop demolition approved to make way for Great Tapestry of Scotland visitor centre

Scottish Borders Council has approved the demolition of a shop to make way for a permanent home for the Great Tapestry of Scotland.

Published 28 November 2017

Galashiels tapestry visitor centre plans submitted

The next step towards regenerating Galashiels has been made with the submission of a planning application to create the Great Tapestry of Scotland visitor centre.

Published 21 September 2017

Glasgow School of Art unveils full size prototype of Mackintosh Library

A full-size model of a section of the Mackintosh Library has been unveiled by the Glasgow School of Art as work continues to restore the building to its original 1910 design.

Published 11 September 2017

Plans revealed by teams competing to design Edinburgh’s Ross Pavilion

The seven diverse proposals from the teams vying to win the Ross Pavilion International Design Competition and revitalise West Princes Street Gardens have now been unveiled.

Published 20 June 2017

Work begins on £12m Edinburgh printmaking studio

Edinburgh Printmakers has begun work to create its new home at Castle Mill Works in Fountainbridge.

Published 20 June 2017

Society of Architectural Historians conference to explore Glasgow’s history and heritage

Over 500 architectural historians, architects, conservationists and others from around the globe will meet in Glasgow for the 70th annual international conference of the Society of Architectural Historians (SAH).

Published 29 May 2017

Kelvin Hall takes top honours at RICS Scotland Awards

The £35 million refurbishment of Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall claimed the overall ‘Project of the Year’ honour as more than 30 of Scotland’s most impressive and community beneficial property schemes battled it out at the RICS Scotland Awards 2017 yesterday.

Published 27 April 2017

Financial close reached on Gorbals & Woodside health and care centres

hub West Scotland has reached financial close on the Gorbals and Woodside health and care centres, signalling a £35 million investment in health and social care infrastructure.

Published 12 April 2017

Seven architects shortlisted to design Edinburgh's Ross Bandstand replacement

A shortlist has been drawn up to replace the Ross Bandstand in the heart of Edinburgh’s West Princes Street Gardens with a new landmark Pavilion amid worldwide interest from architects and designers.

Published 28 March 2017

Page\Park to assess feasibility of historic Prestwick cinema restoration

A voluntary group dedicated to restoring the disused Broadway Cinema in Prestwick has appointed Page\Park Architects to an investigation into the project.

Published 14 February 2017