Jan 27 2020
The Place Standard tool provides a simple framework to structure conversations about place. Use it too see what works, and what could improve in your place.
This piece explores a sample of housing forming edges to parks, public open space and the wider landscape. This fourth of seven in our typologies series explores buildings at the edge in Scottish urban and rural landscapes. Illustrated by mapping,
This piece explores a sample of housing with more than one face and use. With current policy seeking adaptability in the design of new housing we look at examples allowing potential for the home to accommodate change and different uses in a number
Community empowerment sits at the heart of the Scottish approach to making places work. Changing places with people is about sharing a sense of the issues and ambitions, supported by examples of the art of the possible. As part of the process of
Design Skills Symposium 2012 Report We are delighted to publish the report of the Design Skills Symposium 2012, which took place over two days in Ayr in October 2012. The focus was on how to create a brief to change a place. A mixed group of 115
Interact, Save, or Print A DS Content. Scrapbook : 0 items. 35543554. Size: 4.25MB Format: pdf. Download: DSS 2014 Follow Up Report. Tags: Design Skill Symposium 2014. Share. ShareA follow up event to the Design Skills Symposium 2014 took place on
Key Placemaking Issues: New office developments and commercial buildings have an important part to play in the make-up of our towns and cities.
This piece explores the terraced house format through recent practice examples. As the first of seven in a housing typologies series it looks at the role of the contemporary terraced house in urban and rural settings. Illustrated by mapping,
Key Placemaking Issues: New housing, whether one-off or procured in volume, has the potential to create benefit to house buyers, residents and communities.