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Including Guides to St Vigeans Museum and Meigle Museum
This extensively illustrated book explores all the available information on the Picts in an appealing, accessible and authoritative way.
A stimulating and informative publication, celebrating Glasgow’s post-Second World War built heritage.
Introductory Designations Report 2018
This report is to inform the designations review of over 300 buildings in Scotland which are thatched or are recorded as having had been thatched. 236 of these buildings are currently listed (2018).
This booklet focuses on Gretna, and is part of a series celebrating Scotland’s unique places.
An Architectural History of the University of Glasgow
Appealing to a wide audience this is a prestigious publication which celebrates some of Glasgow's most recognisable buildings.
HES and City of Edinburgh Council have worked together to produce this short publication in response to the growing interest in buildings of this dynamic period of architecture and town planning.
This booklet is the second in a series celebrating the work of Scotland’s architects. Volume 2 covers Peter Womersley. Each volume will focus on influences and key buildings.
Scotland’s Sporting Buildings brings the special interest of these sites and structures to life for the first time in a fascinating and accessible guide.
Morris and Steedman
This booklet is the first in a series celebrating the work of Scotland’s architects. Volume one covers James Morris and Robert Steedman. Each volume will focus on influences and key buildings.
This booklet is the third in a series celebrating the work of Scotland’s architects. Volume three covers Basil Spence. Each volume will focus on influences and key buildings.