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Visit / Exhibitions Archive 2016

The Festival is a major, year-long, Scotland-wide celebration led by The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland

'Hello My Name is Paul Smith' exhibition invites you into Paul Smith's world and offers you a unique insight into his magnificent mind.

The Scottish Civic Trust's My Place exhibition.

Weaving DNA is an immersive exhibition exporing traditional Nordic and Scottish textiles, examining the ways in which these can represent and shape aspects of national identity.

This exhibition will showcase the entries, shortlisted projects and winners to the Ninewells Garden Room Design Competition. By Architecture & Design Scotland.

Artist and maker Rosie Shepley showcases surface patterns and textile productions inspired by heritage patterns and folk art designs.

Scotland’s award winning buildings, places and communities brought to you by Architecture and Design Scotland.

One. is the debut exhibition from Glasgow-based design group, The Garnet Collective. It features the work of Nicholas Faill, Adam Henderson, Jennifer MacKinlay and Hannah Grace Ryan.

This photography exhibition combines and contrasts the work of four photographers, each with a distinct body of work but sharing thematic, aesthetic and conceptual overlaps.

Design and the Concrete Poem explores the work of the international concrete poetry movement of the 1950s and 1960s.

At Graphic Design Festival Scotland, Design Displacement Group will re-appropriate the narrative format of the opera.

A showcase and celebration of contemporary poster design from around the world as part of Graphic Design Festival Scotland.

Designer Jennifer Kent explores the relationship between traditional manufacturing methods and modern textile design.

Alan Kitching is one of the world’s foremost practitioners of letterpress typographic design and printmaking.

2016 is the Scottish Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design.

The exhibition will explore the potential of colour to modify space and the way in which buildings are perceived.

The exhibition will consist of all the 2016 entries to the Alexander Greek Thompson Scholarship with Architecture & Design Scotland.

An immersive, tactile exhibition examining the impact and influence of weather on society in Scotland and further afield. 

This exhibition pairs selected examples of Glasgow interiors with iconic Mackintosh chairs to showcase the epitome of Glasgow Style and Art Nouveau hidden inside local buildings.

Exhibition presenting “architecture from Vorarlberg” in the form of a touring show with Architecture & Design Scotland.

LAGI Glasgow is demonstrating the potential for artists, designers and architects to contribute to renewable energy infrastructure and integrate it into a place-making approach.

Take an Adventure in Space at The Lighthouse as part of the year-long Festival of Architecture. 

Nobody’s Home – an exhibition featuring the work of photographer – and former Buzzcocks drummer – John Maher is part of Architecture and Design Scotland’s Say Hello to Architecture Programme.

Luminous Birds is a sound and sight spectacular that is a magical experience for all the family.

Exhibition exploring the relationships between holistic design, therapeutic spaces and well-being.

PUTPUT create distinct visuals through self instigated projects and commissions for clients and is part of the Graphic Design Festival Scotland.

Prospect North explores the relationship between people, culture, places, industries and economies by Architecture and Design Scotland.

Explore the shortlisted and winning "Best Use of Timber" projects from across Scotland. 

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