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Building Design | News | 6 May 2010
Architect Malcolm Fraser has spoken out against plans by Edinburgh Council to demolish the listed Maldevic electric car factory in the Granton area of the city to make way for new houses.
Building Design | News | 16 April 2010
Scotland’s answer to Kickstart, the £130 million National Housing Trust initiative, is set to pay for more poor quality homes on the taxpayer, one of the country’s leading architects has predicted
Building Design | Opinion | 16 April 2010
Yes, says Malcolm Fraser of Malcolm Fraser Architects; no, argues housing minister Alex Neil, it’s vital for the nation
Building Design | News | 17 March 2010
Work has started on site on HLM’s PassivHaus homes at the Scottish Housing Expo in Inverness.
Building Design | Competitions | 11 February 2010
Ian Ritchie, Malcolm Fraser and Ash Sakula are among the five architects shortlisted for a new centre in Nottingham for East Midlands dance organization Dance4.
Building Design | News | 2 February 2010
Ex Heatherwick employee's project highlights positive side of job losses
Building Design | Analysis | 22 January 2010
RMJM’s hiring of the disgraced former head of Royal Bank of Scotland has sparked outcry. But could it be a smart move for a firm looking to build international markets?
Building Design | News | 13 November 2009
Foster & Partners’ Quartermile redevelopment in Edinburgh and Simon Winstanley Architects’ private house in rural Dumfries & Galloway won this year’s Saltire Society Housing Awards
Building Design | News | 6 November 2009
Eleven projects have been shortlisted from 28 entries for British architecture’s richest prize, the Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award.
Building Design | News | 28 August 2009
Adminstrator in talks with funders to bail out Glasgow’s Lighthouse
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Peter Barber’s extension to ET Hall’s Arts and Crafts offices
Long & Kentish's grade II-listed artists studios on a St Ives beach
BD's agony uncle helps an architect cope with a noisy office
Ralph Erskine’s pioneering Byker estate in Newcastle
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