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A Scottish Tale / The Inevitable
Invited by publisher Benjamin Rinehart from The Center of Book Arts in New York to participate in a limited edition (35 copies) print portfolio titled School Days: Cafeteria Plan. The print submitted was in a three dimensional ...
Breaking moulds: Brian Glassar.
(Scottish Gallery., 2002-03)
A sense of place.
Lennox Dunbar’s work in both Painting and Print is made through a process of constructing and deconstructing, building and dismantling, to evoke and embody the nature of change – to reflect and reveal in an associative way ...
Inner becomes Outer and Outer becomes Other or You’ve gotta to get into to it to get out of it.
Inner becomes Outer and Outer becomes Other was commissioned for a group exhibition of forty-one international artists. The curators described the exhibition as a discussion of the “concept of psychedelic minimalism, a ...
HK was a solo exhibition commissioned by Tramway, Glasgow. The central component of the exhibition was the words “HEROIN KILLS” presented as six metre high sculptural forms. This word-sculpture was situated within both the ...
Visual Ecologies of Remote Cultures.
Improving building function: an analysis of design management processes and operational planning in the development of hospital food service systems.
(The Robert Gordon University, 2000-06)
The complexity of future societies will be reflected not only in the buildings that are created but also in the processes that evolve such buildings. Within the construction industry, and specifically in relation to ...
Timber frame construction in North East Scotland: a century of precedent 1830's - 1930's.
(The Robert Gordon University, 2007-01)
This study was prompted by a natural inquisitiveness about the concentration of timber buildings in both Braemar on Deeside and Fochabers on Speyside, and the assumed association with the history of timber extraction in ...
Urban greenspace: the incorporation of environmental values in a decision support system.
(International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction, 2006)
This paper provides an overview of work undertaken on measuring the environmental values of green spaces, coupled with spatial analysis tools for aiding decision relating to the planning of urban green spaces. The work ...
Design and use of a virtual heritage model to enable a comparison of active navigation of buildings and spaces with passive observation.
Wide ranging and significant research in recent years has highlighted the need for greater levels of engagement with end users in planning and design of the built environment. This has been against a background of far ...