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Visit / Exhibitions Archive 2015

This exhibition partners the Scotland + Venice exhibition, it is a series of public information posters which helped create a critical mass of new public schools during the post-war modern era.

An exhibition of new collaborative works from Bespoke Atelier, David Ross Design, Flux Laser & CNC Studio. 

The Scottish Civic Trust's My Place exhibition invites you to celebrate the built environment, place and architecture through its annual projects that encourage involvement from the communities of Scotland.

Fundraiser exhibition for one night only aiming to raise awareness about body positivity. #NOFILTER

This exhibition showcases winning and shortlisted projects from the Scottish Scenic Routes competition.

Exhibition of modern jewellery design incorporating the works of final year jewellery students and staff from colleges across Scotland.

Exhibition intending to test the speculative nature of architecture by promoting innovative solutions to some of the sociological issues of the 21st century.

Series of exhibitions and events inspired by the renowned Australian architect, Glenn Murcutt.

This exhibition – curated by Architecture and Design Scotland as part of the Touch the Earth Lightly Season - explores rural housing from a Scottish perspective.

PARAMUS features a collection of graphic documentation for two hypothetical architectural proposals.

Chalk Talk is a machine for evoking, gathering and recording stories about the built environment.

ARTchitecture is an exhibition that celebrates Glasgow’s building heritage.

An exhibition by three creative businesses that have been part of the Starter for 6 programme. 

Now in its second edition, Graphic Design Festival Scotland is well underway and will take place at the Lighthouse in October 2015.

This exhibition represents and reviews five diverse projects shown by Scotland in Venice during its International Architecture Biennale since 2004.

As part of the annual RIAS Awards scheme, Forestry Commission Scotland and Wood for Good have combined to sponsor an award aimed at encouraging innovative and creative use of timber in new buildings in Scotland.

This exhibition looks at how potentially life saving developments in the availability of sensors will make a huge difference to care givers, property managers & tenants.

Everyday graphics such as price tags, labels and envelopes. Items are often overlooked, Laura takes these throw away items and makes them permanent through the medium of ceramics.

An exhibition of new and exciting jewellery & silversmithing from the Artists in Residence at Glasgow School of Art, Edinburgh College of Art and Duncan of Jordanstone.

Exhibition focusing on the release of the 40th edition of the MacMag.

Many Hands Collective is a project focused on exploring collaboration through workshops, events and exhibitions co-founded by Ciorstaidh Monk and Alice-Dansey-Wright.

MyParkScotland provides a new way to discover and support parks.

Now in its 13th year, this annual exhibition and student awards are for Scotland’s most talented, emerging young architects.

Culmination of series of discussions & events which invited architects to imagine a house for real clients living or moving to the Isle of Harris.

Exhibition of selected work by five, Year 5 PGDip/MArch Students from the Department of Architecture, University of Strathclyde exploring the concept of Critical Regionalism.

Based around Morris’s own family heritage, the works produced for ‘A Northern Soul’ concerns his grandfather who was a fishing ghillie in Aberdeenshire Scotland.

Design market by Tea Green Events as part of Doors Open Day.

An exhibition featuring the winning and shortlisted entries in the 2015 RIAS Doolan Award for Architecture by A&DS.

 
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