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A2 Paper: Context and Change in Scottish Architecture

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17 November 2011
by Pete Collard

The ADF Papers explore new directions in British architecture, design and fashion. Series 2 includes papers by Alison Moloney, Henrietta Thompson and Penny Lewis.

Penny Lewis considers the attempt in Scotland to fix a national architectural language. The most successful contemporary Scottish architects, she says, express more complex ideas, rather than defining identity. Paper A2 includes the following case studies: Sarah Wigglesworth Architects, Friend and Company Architects, Mobile Studio, Architecture Research Unit, and Toh Shimazaki Architecture. Follow this link to download and print the paper.

To read about the other papers in the series follow these links: D2 : Redefining Sustainability in Design and F2: Contemporary Displays of Dress

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British Council Project

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UK

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Architecture