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Architect Oliver Wilson on the changing residential neighbourhoods being created in Scottish city centres. On moving to Edinburgh as a child, my first impression was that it seemed complete. It was like a drawing where all the elements and perspective fitted together perfectly. I&rsqu

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Drum Property Group has once again scooped the ultimate accolade at this year’s Scottish Property Awards, winning the coveted Property Company of the Year award for the second year running. It is the fourth time in the last six years that Drum has won the awards’ major prize, making it t

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BDP architect Lindsey Mitchell on the importance of designing education spaces which inspire and provide a year-round community asset. Like many who grew up in the 1980s, school for me was the building where I attended each weekday, was moved along corridors by prefects and herded by teachers into c

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Stephen Long, associate director of education at Scottish Futures Trust, has been announced as keynote speaker in the second of a series of discussion events entitled ‘Lifelong Learning: Education Beyond the Classroom’. The Big Conversation series, organised and hosted by BDP to mar

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Clyde Gateway’s executive director of regeneration, Martin McKay, has been announced as keynote speaker at the first in a series of The Big Conversation events hosted by BDP. The first of the events will be held on September 17 to mark the 50th anniversary of the BDP Glasgow studio and will lo

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BDP principal Christoph Ackermann discusses the architectural process for designing buildings for knowledge exchange, or 'knowledge cauldrons'. Designing a building that will inspire the most ambitious, forward-thinking people who will tackle societal and global issues, is challenging. Yet the archi

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Architect Christoph Ackermann has been appointed as principal at inter-disciplinary design practice BDP. Christoph will join Scott Mackenzie in the firm’s Glasgow studio where he will take more of a visible and pro-active senior leadership role in strengthening the design capability and the gr

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South Ayrshire Council has taken another important step toward transforming learning in Prestwick and Maybole with the appointment of a contractor to build its new learning campuses. Morgan Sindall has been appointed via hub South West to build both the Prestwick Educational Campus and Maybole Commu

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BDP has lodged plans for the proposed £40 million life sciences innovation hub at the Foresterhill Health Campus in Aberdeen. First unveiled in November by economic development body Opportunity North East (ONE), the Bio-therapeutics Hub for Innovation aims to become a focal point for sector am

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Pupils from Ayr Grammar were among the VIP guests to mark the start of demolition works. The old concrete extension (centre) will be demolished as part of proposals to refurbish the main building The first steps in a project to deliver a new home for Ayr Grammar Primary School have now been taken wi

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The University of Strathclyde has revealed its plans for a £60 million learning and teaching hub at the heart of its campus in Glasgow city centre. The facility, which represents the University’s biggest single investment in a building project to date, will provide students with leading-edge teac

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