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Visit / Exhibitions / Homegrown: celebrating housing in Scotland’s landscape

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Homegrown: celebrating housing in Scotland’s landscape 24 Jul 2015 – 04 Oct
Level Two

This exhibition – curated by Architecture and Design Scotland as part of the Touch the Earth Lightly Season - explores rural housing from a Scottish perspective, focusing on the relationship between buildings, place and materials. It celebrates the work of architects based or working in remote parts of the country and explores the strong relationship that our rural architecture has with the Scottish landscape. The exhibition showcases the work of both established and emerging design practices.

Ranging from one-family homes through to a housing development the exhibition will examine what makes the Scottish approach unique and how designs can support and draw inspiration from the landscape.

 
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