The design of the built environment, including the study and history of local buildings, and local architectural associations and education. Commercial sites offering architectural and building services are listed within Business_and_Economy/Construction_and_Maintenance.
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Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland
For the study and protection of Scottish Architecture. The society's activities.
This Grade A listed baronial site dates from 1629. Includes history and photographs.
Carnegie Libraries of Scotland
An illustrated guide by Gerry Blaikie to the architecture and history of libraries funded by Andrew Carnegie in Scotland.
Doors Open Days
Your chance to see inside some of Scotland's most interesting buildings, completely free of charge, throughout September each year.
Glasgow and Edinburgh - A Trail of Two Cities
An exploration of the architecture in and around Scotland's major cities. The featured buildings are illustrated with original drawings.
Photographs and visitor information on more than 300 historic buildings and sites open to the public, including castles, cathedrals and monasteries, from the official guardian of the built heritage of Scotland. Also details of all listed buildings in Scotland can be searched online.
National Trust for Scotland
Conservation charity and cares for Scotland's heritage.
An information hub from the Lighthouse for the built environment in Scotland, covering education, exhibitions, the national programme, planning and urban design. Includes discussion forums.
An illustrated introduction to dovecotes in Scotland by JK Gillon.
Scottish Vernacular Buildings Working Group
SVBWG provides a focus for people interested in the traditional buildings of Scotland. Illustrated description of its activities and events.
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