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picnic with a view 🧺🌇😍⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ by the time i got to the top of this hill that overlooks old town edinburgh, the sun was beginning to set. while i watched the rest of the sun set, i decided to sit on the grassy hill & finish all the snacks i had slow started to accumulate in my bag (ie. a bag of chips i bought at the airport, half a hog roll from lunch & half a pack of cookies i had grabbed from @sainsburys ). the picnic was nothing short of amazing but nothing beats this beautiful view - you can see all of old town with the blackford hills in the background! this has to be one of my favourite picnic spots. where’s your favourite picnic spot? ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ 📍edinburgh, scotland ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ #travel #explore #edinburgh #scotland #scotsman #oldtown #gothic #gothicbuildings #beautiful #hillside #scottisharchitecture #hiddengem #girlswhotravel #photography #travelphotography #picnic #dreampicnicspot #travelholic #traveladdict #travelandleisure #wanderlust #instatravel #sainsburys #caltonhill

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7 hours ago

V&A Dundee was designed by renowned award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates, following an international competition, and is Kuma’s first building in the UK. Considered by many as the quintessential Japanese architect of today, Kuma is also designing the stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Kuma’s vision for V&A Dundee is that it will be a welcoming space for everyone to visit, enjoy and socialise in – a 'living room for the city' – and a way of reconnecting the city to its historic River Tay waterfront. The Building Curving concrete walls (there are no straight external walls ) hold 2,500 pre-cast rough stone panels, weighing up to 3000 kg each and spanning up to 4m wide, to create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face. There are 21 separate wall sections. V&A Dundee is an impressive 8,000m² building, with 1,650m² of gallery space. After a Low and Zero Carbon Technologies study was undertaken in 2011 as part of the project’s BREEAM obligation to identify the most appropriate form of renewable energy for the building, geothermal energy was identified as the solution. Thirty 200-metre deep bore holes form part of this system for the heating and cooling of the building, supplemented by air source heat pumps on the roof. These provide direct renewable energy for the museum, with 800,000 kWh/annum of heating and 500,000 kWh/annum of cooling. Construction of the building is being led by Dundee City Council, with project management from Turner & Townsend. The total cost of design, construction and fit-out is £80.11m. #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture #vanda #vandadundee #kengokuma #concretebuilding #breeam #waterfront

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7 hours ago

V&A Dundee was designed by renowned award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates, following an international competition, and is Kuma’s first building in the UK. Considered by many as the quintessential Japanese architect of today, Kuma is also designing the stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Kuma’s vision for V&A Dundee is that it will be a welcoming space for everyone to visit, enjoy and socialise in – a 'living room for the city' – and a way of reconnecting the city to its historic River Tay waterfront. The Building Curving concrete walls (there are no straight external walls ) hold 2,500 pre-cast rough stone panels, weighing up to 3000 kg each and spanning up to 4m wide, to create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face. There are 21 separate wall sections. V&A Dundee is an impressive 8,000m² building, with 1,650m² of gallery space. After a Low and Zero Carbon Technologies study was undertaken in 2011 as part of the project’s BREEAM obligation to identify the most appropriate form of renewable energy for the building, geothermal energy was identified as the solution. Thirty 200-metre deep bore holes form part of this system for the heating and cooling of the building, supplemented by air source heat pumps on the roof. These provide direct renewable energy for the museum, with 800,000 kWh/annum of heating and 500,000 kWh/annum of cooling. Construction of the building is being led by Dundee City Council, with project management from Turner & Townsend. The total cost of design, construction and fit-out is £80.11m. #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture #vanda #vandadundee #kengokuma #concretebuilding #breeam #waterfront

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7 hours ago

V&A Dundee was designed by renowned award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates, following an international competition, and is Kuma’s first building in the UK. Considered by many as the quintessential Japanese architect of today, Kuma is also designing the stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Kuma’s vision for V&A Dundee is that it will be a welcoming space for everyone to visit, enjoy and socialise in – a 'living room for the city' – and a way of reconnecting the city to its historic River Tay waterfront. The Building Curving concrete walls (there are no straight external walls ) hold 2,500 pre-cast rough stone panels, weighing up to 3000 kg each and spanning up to 4m wide, to create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face. There are 21 separate wall sections. V&A Dundee is an impressive 8,000m² building, with 1,650m² of gallery space. After a Low and Zero Carbon Technologies study was undertaken in 2011 as part of the project’s BREEAM obligation to identify the most appropriate form of renewable energy for the building, geothermal energy was identified as the solution. Thirty 200-metre deep bore holes form part of this system for the heating and cooling of the building, supplemented by air source heat pumps on the roof. These provide direct renewable energy for the museum, with 800,000 kWh/annum of heating and 500,000 kWh/annum of cooling. Construction of the building is being led by Dundee City Council, with project management from Turner & Townsend. The total cost of design, construction and fit-out is £80.11m. #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture #vanda #vandadundee #kengokuma #concretebuilding #breeam #waterfront

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11 hours ago

V&A Dundee was designed by renowned award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates, following an international competition, and is Kuma’s first building in the UK. Considered by many as the quintessential Japanese architect of today, Kuma is also designing the stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Kuma’s vision for V&A Dundee is that it will be a welcoming space for everyone to visit, enjoy and socialise in – a 'living room for the city' – and a way of reconnecting the city to its historic River Tay waterfront. The Building Curving concrete walls (there are no straight external walls ) hold 2,500 pre-cast rough stone panels, weighing up to 3000 kg each and spanning up to 4m wide, to create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face. There are 21 separate wall sections. V&A Dundee is an impressive 8,000m² building, with 1,650m² of gallery space. After a Low and Zero Carbon Technologies study was undertaken in 2011 as part of the project’s BREEAM obligation to identify the most appropriate form of renewable energy for the building, geothermal energy was identified as the solution. Thirty 200-metre deep bore holes form part of this system for the heating and cooling of the building, supplemented by air source heat pumps on the roof. These provide direct renewable energy for the museum, with 800,000 kWh/annum of heating and 500,000 kWh/annum of cooling. Construction of the building is being led by Dundee City Council, with project management from Turner & Townsend. The total cost of design, construction and fit-out is £80.11m. #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture #vanda #vandadundee #kengokuma #concretebuilding #breeam #waterfront

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12 hours ago

V&A Dundee was designed by renowned award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates, following an international competition, and is Kuma’s first building in the UK. Considered by many as the quintessential Japanese architect of today, Kuma is also designing the stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Kuma’s vision for V&A Dundee is that it will be a welcoming space for everyone to visit, enjoy and socialise in – a 'living room for the city' – and a way of reconnecting the city to its historic River Tay waterfront. The Building Curving concrete walls (there are no straight external walls ) hold 2,500 pre-cast rough stone panels, weighing up to 3000 kg each and spanning up to 4m wide, to create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face. There are 21 separate wall sections. V&A Dundee is an impressive 8,000m² building, with 1,650m² of gallery space. After a Low and Zero Carbon Technologies study was undertaken in 2011 as part of the project’s BREEAM obligation to identify the most appropriate form of renewable energy for the building, geothermal energy was identified as the solution. Thirty 200-metre deep bore holes form part of this system for the heating and cooling of the building, supplemented by air source heat pumps on the roof. These provide direct renewable energy for the museum, with 800,000 kWh/annum of heating and 500,000 kWh/annum of cooling. Construction of the building is being led by Dundee City Council, with project management from Turner & Townsend. The total cost of design, construction and fit-out is £80.11m. #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture #vanda #vandadundee #kengokuma #concretebuilding #breeam #waterfront

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12 hours ago

V&A Dundee was designed by renowned award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates, following an international competition, and is Kuma’s first building in the UK. Considered by many as the quintessential Japanese architect of today, Kuma is also designing the stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Kuma’s vision for V&A Dundee is that it will be a welcoming space for everyone to visit, enjoy and socialise in – a 'living room for the city' – and a way of reconnecting the city to its historic River Tay waterfront. The Building Curving concrete walls (there are no straight external walls ) hold 2,500 pre-cast rough stone panels, weighing up to 3000 kg each and spanning up to 4m wide, to create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face. There are 21 separate wall sections. V&A Dundee is an impressive 8,000m² building, with 1,650m² of gallery space. After a Low and Zero Carbon Technologies study was undertaken in 2011 as part of the project’s BREEAM obligation to identify the most appropriate form of renewable energy for the building, geothermal energy was identified as the solution. Thirty 200-metre deep bore holes form part of this system for the heating and cooling of the building, supplemented by air source heat pumps on the roof. These provide direct renewable energy for the museum, with 800,000 kWh/annum of heating and 500,000 kWh/annum of cooling. Construction of the building is being led by Dundee City Council, with project management from Turner & Townsend. The total cost of design, construction and fit-out is £80.11m. #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture #vanda #vandadundee #kengokuma #concretebuilding #breeam #waterfront

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12 hours ago

V&A Dundee was designed by renowned award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates, following an international competition, and is Kuma’s first building in the UK. Considered by many as the quintessential Japanese architect of today, Kuma is also designing the stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Kuma’s vision for V&A Dundee is that it will be a welcoming space for everyone to visit, enjoy and socialise in – a 'living room for the city' – and a way of reconnecting the city to its historic River Tay waterfront. The Building Curving concrete walls (there are no straight external walls ) hold 2,500 pre-cast rough stone panels, weighing up to 3000 kg each and spanning up to 4m wide, to create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face. There are 21 separate wall sections. V&A Dundee is an impressive 8,000m² building, with 1,650m² of gallery space. After a Low and Zero Carbon Technologies study was undertaken in 2011 as part of the project’s BREEAM obligation to identify the most appropriate form of renewable energy for the building, geothermal energy was identified as the solution. Thirty 200-metre deep bore holes form part of this system for the heating and cooling of the building, supplemented by air source heat pumps on the roof. These provide direct renewable energy for the museum, with 800,000 kWh/annum of heating and 500,000 kWh/annum of cooling. Construction of the building is being led by Dundee City Council, with project management from Turner & Townsend. The total cost of design, construction and fit-out is £80.11m. #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture #vanda #vandadundee #kengokuma #concretebuilding #breeam #waterfront

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12 hours ago

V&A Dundee was designed by renowned award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates, following an international competition, and is Kuma’s first building in the UK. Considered by many as the quintessential Japanese architect of today, Kuma is also designing the stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Kuma’s vision for V&A Dundee is that it will be a welcoming space for everyone to visit, enjoy and socialise in – a 'living room for the city' – and a way of reconnecting the city to its historic River Tay waterfront. The Building Curving concrete walls (there are no straight external walls ) hold 2,500 pre-cast rough stone panels, weighing up to 3000 kg each and spanning up to 4m wide, to create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face. There are 21 separate wall sections. V&A Dundee is an impressive 8,000m² building, with 1,650m² of gallery space. After a Low and Zero Carbon Technologies study was undertaken in 2011 as part of the project’s BREEAM obligation to identify the most appropriate form of renewable energy for the building, geothermal energy was identified as the solution. Thirty 200-metre deep bore holes form part of this system for the heating and cooling of the building, supplemented by air source heat pumps on the roof. These provide direct renewable energy for the museum, with 800,000 kWh/annum of heating and 500,000 kWh/annum of cooling. Construction of the building is being led by Dundee City Council, with project management from Turner & Townsend. The total cost of design, construction and fit-out is £80.11m. #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture #vanda #vandadundee #kengokuma #concretebuilding #breeam #waterfront

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13 hours ago

V&A Dundee was designed by renowned award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates, following an international competition, and is Kuma’s first building in the UK. Considered by many as the quintessential Japanese architect of today, Kuma is also designing the stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Kuma’s vision for V&A Dundee is that it will be a welcoming space for everyone to visit, enjoy and socialise in – a 'living room for the city' – and a way of reconnecting the city to its historic River Tay waterfront. The Building Curving concrete walls (there are no straight external walls ) hold 2,500 pre-cast rough stone panels, weighing up to 3000 kg each and spanning up to 4m wide, to create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face. There are 21 separate wall sections. V&A Dundee is an impressive 8,000m² building, with 1,650m² of gallery space. After a Low and Zero Carbon Technologies study was undertaken in 2011 as part of the project’s BREEAM obligation to identify the most appropriate form of renewable energy for the building, geothermal energy was identified as the solution. Thirty 200-metre deep bore holes form part of this system for the heating and cooling of the building, supplemented by air source heat pumps on the roof. These provide direct renewable energy for the museum, with 800,000 kWh/annum of heating and 500,000 kWh/annum of cooling. Construction of the building is being led by Dundee City Council, with project management from Turner & Townsend. The total cost of design, construction and fit-out is £80.11m. #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture #vanda #vandadundee #kengokuma #concretebuilding #breeam #waterfront

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13 hours ago

V&A Dundee was designed by renowned award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates, following an international competition, and is Kuma’s first building in the UK. Considered by many as the quintessential Japanese architect of today, Kuma is also designing the stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Kuma’s vision for V&A Dundee is that it will be a welcoming space for everyone to visit, enjoy and socialise in – a 'living room for the city' – and a way of reconnecting the city to its historic River Tay waterfront. The Building Curving concrete walls (there are no straight external walls ) hold 2,500 pre-cast rough stone panels, weighing up to 3000 kg each and spanning up to 4m wide, to create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face. There are 21 separate wall sections. V&A Dundee is an impressive 8,000m² building, with 1,650m² of gallery space. After a Low and Zero Carbon Technologies study was undertaken in 2011 as part of the project’s BREEAM obligation to identify the most appropriate form of renewable energy for the building, geothermal energy was identified as the solution. Thirty 200-metre deep bore holes form part of this system for the heating and cooling of the building, supplemented by air source heat pumps on the roof. These provide direct renewable energy for the museum, with 800,000 kWh/annum of heating and 500,000 kWh/annum of cooling. Construction of the building is being led by Dundee City Council, with project management from Turner & Townsend. The total cost of design, construction and fit-out is £80.11m. #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture #vanda #vandadundee #kengokuma #concretebuilding #breeam #waterfront

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13 hours ago

Former Glasgow Savings Bank, New City Road, Glasgow #glasgow #glasgowlife #glasgowarchitecture #scottisharchitecture #glasgowsavingsbank #newcityroad

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16 hours ago

Our glass extensions offer a variety of designs and can be manufactured in aluminium or a wood/aluminium combination. The extension roofs can be combined with bi-folding glass doors and make your wintergarden into a customised space for more quality of life. : : : : : #wintergarden #glassextension #glassrooms #slimlineglazing #luxurywindows #luxurylifestyle #irishhomes #irisharchitecture #irisharchitects #ukarchitecture #scottisharchitecture

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16 hours ago

Our glass extensions offer a variety of designs and can be manufactured in aluminium or a wood/aluminium combination. The extension roofs can be combined with bi-folding glass doors and make your wintergarden into a customised space for more quality of life. : : : : : #wintergarden #glassextension #glassrooms #slimlineglazing #luxurywindows #luxurylifestyle #irishhomes #irisharchitecture #irisharchitects #ukarchitecture #scottisharchitecture

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16 hours ago

Our glass extensions offer a variety of designs and can be manufactured in aluminium or a wood/aluminium combination. The extension roofs can be combined with bi-folding glass doors and make your wintergarden into a customised space for more quality of life. : : : : : #wintergarden #glassextension #glassrooms #slimlineglazing #luxurywindows #luxurylifestyle #irishhomes #irisharchitecture #irisharchitects #ukarchitecture #scottisharchitecture

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16 hours ago

Our glass extensions offer a variety of designs and can be manufactured in aluminium or a wood/aluminium combination. The extension roofs can be combined with bi-folding glass doors and make your wintergarden into a customised space for more quality of life. : : : : : #wintergarden #glassextension #glassrooms #slimlineglazing #luxurywindows #luxurylifestyle #irishhomes #irisharchitecture #irisharchitects #ukarchitecture #scottisharchitecture

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17 hours ago

Check out this stunning #sunset shot from @pandeyrr ☀️ . We love how the reflection of the clouds in the sky show up on the ripples of the #ScottishParliament pools 😍 . Tag your posts with #ScottishParliament or #VisitScotParl to get featured on our page! 😀 . #Edinburgh #Scotland #Architecture #Scottish #scottisharchitecture #Tours #Tourism #VisitParliament #VisitScotland #VisitEdinburgh #canongate #RoyalMile #Parliament #ScottishPolitics #Sunset #Clouds #Holyrood #UK #Sky #Weather

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17 hours ago

V&A Dundee was designed by renowned award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates, following an international competition, and is Kuma’s first building in the UK. Considered by many as the quintessential Japanese architect of today, Kuma is also designing the stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Kuma’s vision for V&A Dundee is that it will be a welcoming space for everyone to visit, enjoy and socialise in – a 'living room for the city' – and a way of reconnecting the city to its historic River Tay waterfront. The Building Curving concrete walls (there are no straight external walls ) hold 2,500 pre-cast rough stone panels, weighing up to 3000 kg each and spanning up to 4m wide, to create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face. There are 21 separate wall sections. V&A Dundee is an impressive 8,000m² building, with 1,650m² of gallery space. After a Low and Zero Carbon Technologies study was undertaken in 2011 as part of the project’s BREEAM obligation to identify the most appropriate form of renewable energy for the building, geothermal energy was identified as the solution. Thirty 200-metre deep bore holes form part of this system for the heating and cooling of the building, supplemented by air source heat pumps on the roof. These provide direct renewable energy for the museum, with 800,000 kWh/annum of heating and 500,000 kWh/annum of cooling. Construction of the building is being led by Dundee City Council, with project management from Turner & Townsend. The total cost of design, construction and fit-out is £80.11m. #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture #vanda #vandadundee #kengokuma #concretebuilding #breeam #waterfront

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17 hours ago

V&A Dundee was designed by renowned award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates, following an international competition, and is Kuma’s first building in the UK. Considered by many as the quintessential Japanese architect of today, Kuma is also designing the stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Kuma’s vision for V&A Dundee is that it will be a welcoming space for everyone to visit, enjoy and socialise in – a 'living room for the city' – and a way of reconnecting the city to its historic River Tay waterfront. The Building Curving concrete walls (there are no straight external walls ) hold 2,500 pre-cast rough stone panels, weighing up to 3000 kg each and spanning up to 4m wide, to create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face. There are 21 separate wall sections. V&A Dundee is an impressive 8,000m² building, with 1,650m² of gallery space. After a Low and Zero Carbon Technologies study was undertaken in 2011 as part of the project’s BREEAM obligation to identify the most appropriate form of renewable energy for the building, geothermal energy was identified as the solution. Thirty 200-metre deep bore holes form part of this system for the heating and cooling of the building, supplemented by air source heat pumps on the roof. These provide direct renewable energy for the museum, with 800,000 kWh/annum of heating and 500,000 kWh/annum of cooling. Construction of the building is being led by Dundee City Council, with project management from Turner & Townsend. The total cost of design, construction and fit-out is £80.11m. #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture #vanda #vandadundee #kengokuma #concretebuilding #breeam #waterfront

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17 hours ago

V&A Dundee was designed by renowned award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates, following an international competition, and is Kuma’s first building in the UK. Considered by many as the quintessential Japanese architect of today, Kuma is also designing the stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Kuma’s vision for V&A Dundee is that it will be a welcoming space for everyone to visit, enjoy and socialise in – a 'living room for the city' – and a way of reconnecting the city to its historic River Tay waterfront. The Building Curving concrete walls (there are no straight external walls ) hold 2,500 pre-cast rough stone panels, weighing up to 3000 kg each and spanning up to 4m wide, to create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face. There are 21 separate wall sections. V&A Dundee is an impressive 8,000m² building, with 1,650m² of gallery space. After a Low and Zero Carbon Technologies study was undertaken in 2011 as part of the project’s BREEAM obligation to identify the most appropriate form of renewable energy for the building, geothermal energy was identified as the solution. Thirty 200-metre deep bore holes form part of this system for the heating and cooling of the building, supplemented by air source heat pumps on the roof. These provide direct renewable energy for the museum, with 800,000 kWh/annum of heating and 500,000 kWh/annum of cooling. Construction of the building is being led by Dundee City Council, with project management from Turner & Townsend. The total cost of design, construction and fit-out is £80.11m. #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture #vanda #vandadundee #kengokuma #concretebuilding #breeam #waterfront

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17 hours ago

V&A Dundee was designed by renowned award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates, following an international competition, and is Kuma’s first building in the UK. Considered by many as the quintessential Japanese architect of today, Kuma is also designing the stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Kuma’s vision for V&A Dundee is that it will be a welcoming space for everyone to visit, enjoy and socialise in – a 'living room for the city' – and a way of reconnecting the city to its historic River Tay waterfront. The Building Curving concrete walls (there are no straight external walls ) hold 2,500 pre-cast rough stone panels, weighing up to 3000 kg each and spanning up to 4m wide, to create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face. There are 21 separate wall sections. V&A Dundee is an impressive 8,000m² building, with 1,650m² of gallery space. After a Low and Zero Carbon Technologies study was undertaken in 2011 as part of the project’s BREEAM obligation to identify the most appropriate form of renewable energy for the building, geothermal energy was identified as the solution. Thirty 200-metre deep bore holes form part of this system for the heating and cooling of the building, supplemented by air source heat pumps on the roof. These provide direct renewable energy for the museum, with 800,000 kWh/annum of heating and 500,000 kWh/annum of cooling. Construction of the building is being led by Dundee City Council, with project management from Turner & Townsend. The total cost of design, construction and fit-out is £80.11m. #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture #vanda #vandadundee #kengokuma #concretebuilding #breeam #waterfront

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18 hours ago

Dundee Contemporary Arts forms a major part of the re-establishment of the cultural identity of the City of Dundee. It has succeeded in making a public arts venue which is inclusive and enticing and encourages interaction between the public and many forms of visual arts. To quote the Sunday Times "It is one of the most satisfying, sublime and stylish public buildings opened in years". This was one of the most complex projects that the practice has completed. The practice won the project competition in July 1996. From the outset the aim of our scheme was to group all activities; galleries, cinemas, printworkshops, shop and research facilities, around a central social space and cafe. The building partially reuses the brick warehouse of the former Macleans garage and forms an 'L' shaped plan on a site which falls 3 storeys from front to back. The cafe and foyer sit at the internal corner of this 'L' and are therefore at the heart of the building in plan and section. The site has a very narrow street frontage between the Roman Catholic Cathedral and the Georgian house of the Clydesdale Bank. In order to draw visitors into the building we aligned the foyer on the Tay Street opposite so that it might form an extension of that public realm into the building; we set the entrance back below a dramatic canopy and beside the shop (the commercial face of the arts activities within ) to give a breathing space to the street edge and a presence to the approach, and finally we made use of continuous rooflights to cast sunlight and shadow across the internal walls of the foyer drawing the eye to the furthest part of the plan. #richardmurphyarchitects #arupscotland #arup #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture

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18 hours ago

Dundee Contemporary Arts forms a major part of the re-establishment of the cultural identity of the City of Dundee. It has succeeded in making a public arts venue which is inclusive and enticing and encourages interaction between the public and many forms of visual arts. To quote the Sunday Times "It is one of the most satisfying, sublime and stylish public buildings opened in years". This was one of the most complex projects that the practice has completed. The practice won the project competition in July 1996. From the outset the aim of our scheme was to group all activities; galleries, cinemas, printworkshops, shop and research facilities, around a central social space and cafe. The building partially reuses the brick warehouse of the former Macleans garage and forms an 'L' shaped plan on a site which falls 3 storeys from front to back. The cafe and foyer sit at the internal corner of this 'L' and are therefore at the heart of the building in plan and section. The site has a very narrow street frontage between the Roman Catholic Cathedral and the Georgian house of the Clydesdale Bank. In order to draw visitors into the building we aligned the foyer on the Tay Street opposite so that it might form an extension of that public realm into the building; we set the entrance back below a dramatic canopy and beside the shop (the commercial face of the arts activities within ) to give a breathing space to the street edge and a presence to the approach, and finally we made use of continuous rooflights to cast sunlight and shadow across the internal walls of the foyer drawing the eye to the furthest part of the plan. #richardmurphyarchitects #arupscotland #arup #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture

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Dundee Contemporary Arts forms a major part of the re-establishment of the cultural identity of the City of Dundee. It has succeeded in making a public arts venue which is inclusive and enticing and encourages interaction between the public and many forms of visual arts. To quote the Sunday Times "It is one of the most satisfying, sublime and stylish public buildings opened in years". This was one of the most complex projects that the practice has completed. The practice won the project competition in July 1996. From the outset the aim of our scheme was to group all activities; galleries, cinemas, printworkshops, shop and research facilities, around a central social space and cafe. The building partially reuses the brick warehouse of the former Macleans garage and forms an 'L' shaped plan on a site which falls 3 storeys from front to back. The cafe and foyer sit at the internal corner of this 'L' and are therefore at the heart of the building in plan and section. The site has a very narrow street frontage between the Roman Catholic Cathedral and the Georgian house of the Clydesdale Bank. In order to draw visitors into the building we aligned the foyer on the Tay Street opposite so that it might form an extension of that public realm into the building; we set the entrance back below a dramatic canopy and beside the shop (the commercial face of the arts activities within ) to give a breathing space to the street edge and a presence to the approach, and finally we made use of continuous rooflights to cast sunlight and shadow across the internal walls of the foyer drawing the eye to the furthest part of the plan. #richardmurphyarchitects #arupscotland #arup #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture

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Dundee Contemporary Arts forms a major part of the re-establishment of the cultural identity of the City of Dundee. It has succeeded in making a public arts venue which is inclusive and enticing and encourages interaction between the public and many forms of visual arts. To quote the Sunday Times "It is one of the most satisfying, sublime and stylish public buildings opened in years". This was one of the most complex projects that the practice has completed. The practice won the project competition in July 1996. From the outset the aim of our scheme was to group all activities; galleries, cinemas, printworkshops, shop and research facilities, around a central social space and cafe. The building partially reuses the brick warehouse of the former Macleans garage and forms an 'L' shaped plan on a site which falls 3 storeys from front to back. The cafe and foyer sit at the internal corner of this 'L' and are therefore at the heart of the building in plan and section. The site has a very narrow street frontage between the Roman Catholic Cathedral and the Georgian house of the Clydesdale Bank. In order to draw visitors into the building we aligned the foyer on the Tay Street opposite so that it might form an extension of that public realm into the building; we set the entrance back below a dramatic canopy and beside the shop (the commercial face of the arts activities within ) to give a breathing space to the street edge and a presence to the approach, and finally we made use of continuous rooflights to cast sunlight and shadow across the internal walls of the foyer drawing the eye to the furthest part of the plan. #richardmurphyarchitects #arupscotland #arup #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture

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Dundee Contemporary Arts forms a major part of the re-establishment of the cultural identity of the City of Dundee. It has succeeded in making a public arts venue which is inclusive and enticing and encourages interaction between the public and many forms of visual arts. To quote the Sunday Times "It is one of the most satisfying, sublime and stylish public buildings opened in years". This was one of the most complex projects that the practice has completed. The practice won the project competition in July 1996. From the outset the aim of our scheme was to group all activities; galleries, cinemas, printworkshops, shop and research facilities, around a central social space and cafe. The building partially reuses the brick warehouse of the former Macleans garage and forms an 'L' shaped plan on a site which falls 3 storeys from front to back. The cafe and foyer sit at the internal corner of this 'L' and are therefore at the heart of the building in plan and section. The site has a very narrow street frontage between the Roman Catholic Cathedral and the Georgian house of the Clydesdale Bank. In order to draw visitors into the building we aligned the foyer on the Tay Street opposite so that it might form an extension of that public realm into the building; we set the entrance back below a dramatic canopy and beside the shop (the commercial face of the arts activities within ) to give a breathing space to the street edge and a presence to the approach, and finally we made use of continuous rooflights to cast sunlight and shadow across the internal walls of the foyer drawing the eye to the furthest part of the plan. #richardmurphyarchitects #arupscotland #arup #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture

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18 hours ago

Dundee Contemporary Arts forms a major part of the re-establishment of the cultural identity of the City of Dundee. It has succeeded in making a public arts venue which is inclusive and enticing and encourages interaction between the public and many forms of visual arts. To quote the Sunday Times "It is one of the most satisfying, sublime and stylish public buildings opened in years". This was one of the most complex projects that the practice has completed. The practice won the project competition in July 1996. From the outset the aim of our scheme was to group all activities; galleries, cinemas, printworkshops, shop and research facilities, around a central social space and cafe. The building partially reuses the brick warehouse of the former Macleans garage and forms an 'L' shaped plan on a site which falls 3 storeys from front to back. The cafe and foyer sit at the internal corner of this 'L' and are therefore at the heart of the building in plan and section. The site has a very narrow street frontage between the Roman Catholic Cathedral and the Georgian house of the Clydesdale Bank. In order to draw visitors into the building we aligned the foyer on the Tay Street opposite so that it might form an extension of that public realm into the building; we set the entrance back below a dramatic canopy and beside the shop (the commercial face of the arts activities within ) to give a breathing space to the street edge and a presence to the approach, and finally we made use of continuous rooflights to cast sunlight and shadow across the internal walls of the foyer drawing the eye to the furthest part of the plan. #richardmurphyarchitects #arupscotland #arup #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture

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Dundee Contemporary Arts forms a major part of the re-establishment of the cultural identity of the City of Dundee. It has succeeded in making a public arts venue which is inclusive and enticing and encourages interaction between the public and many forms of visual arts. To quote the Sunday Times "It is one of the most satisfying, sublime and stylish public buildings opened in years". This was one of the most complex projects that the practice has completed. The practice won the project competition in July 1996. From the outset the aim of our scheme was to group all activities; galleries, cinemas, printworkshops, shop and research facilities, around a central social space and cafe. The building partially reuses the brick warehouse of the former Macleans garage and forms an 'L' shaped plan on a site which falls 3 storeys from front to back. The cafe and foyer sit at the internal corner of this 'L' and are therefore at the heart of the building in plan and section. The site has a very narrow street frontage between the Roman Catholic Cathedral and the Georgian house of the Clydesdale Bank. In order to draw visitors into the building we aligned the foyer on the Tay Street opposite so that it might form an extension of that public realm into the building; we set the entrance back below a dramatic canopy and beside the shop (the commercial face of the arts activities within ) to give a breathing space to the street edge and a presence to the approach, and finally we made use of continuous rooflights to cast sunlight and shadow across the internal walls of the foyer drawing the eye to the furthest part of the plan. #richardmurphyarchitects #arupscotland #arup #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture

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Dundee Contemporary Arts forms a major part of the re-establishment of the cultural identity of the City of Dundee. It has succeeded in making a public arts venue which is inclusive and enticing and encourages interaction between the public and many forms of visual arts. To quote the Sunday Times "It is one of the most satisfying, sublime and stylish public buildings opened in years". This was one of the most complex projects that the practice has completed. The practice won the project competition in July 1996. From the outset the aim of our scheme was to group all activities; galleries, cinemas, printworkshops, shop and research facilities, around a central social space and cafe. The building partially reuses the brick warehouse of the former Macleans garage and forms an 'L' shaped plan on a site which falls 3 storeys from front to back. The cafe and foyer sit at the internal corner of this 'L' and are therefore at the heart of the building in plan and section. The site has a very narrow street frontage between the Roman Catholic Cathedral and the Georgian house of the Clydesdale Bank. In order to draw visitors into the building we aligned the foyer on the Tay Street opposite so that it might form an extension of that public realm into the building; we set the entrance back below a dramatic canopy and beside the shop (the commercial face of the arts activities within ) to give a breathing space to the street edge and a presence to the approach, and finally we made use of continuous rooflights to cast sunlight and shadow across the internal walls of the foyer drawing the eye to the furthest part of the plan. #richardmurphyarchitects #arupscotland #arup #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture

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Dundee Contemporary Arts forms a major part of the re-establishment of the cultural identity of the City of Dundee. It has succeeded in making a public arts venue which is inclusive and enticing and encourages interaction between the public and many forms of visual arts. To quote the Sunday Times "It is one of the most satisfying, sublime and stylish public buildings opened in years". This was one of the most complex projects that the practice has completed. The practice won the project competition in July 1996. From the outset the aim of our scheme was to group all activities; galleries, cinemas, printworkshops, shop and research facilities, around a central social space and cafe. The building partially reuses the brick warehouse of the former Macleans garage and forms an 'L' shaped plan on a site which falls 3 storeys from front to back. The cafe and foyer sit at the internal corner of this 'L' and are therefore at the heart of the building in plan and section. The site has a very narrow street frontage between the Roman Catholic Cathedral and the Georgian house of the Clydesdale Bank. In order to draw visitors into the building we aligned the foyer on the Tay Street opposite so that it might form an extension of that public realm into the building; we set the entrance back below a dramatic canopy and beside the shop (the commercial face of the arts activities within ) to give a breathing space to the street edge and a presence to the approach, and finally we made use of continuous rooflights to cast sunlight and shadow across the internal walls of the foyer drawing the eye to the furthest part of the plan. #richardmurphyarchitects #arupscotland #arup #dundeecomtemporaryarts #dundeecitycouncil #comtemporaryarchitecture #civilarchitecture #artsandculture #archphotography #architecturephotography #interiorphotography #dundee #artsvenue #cityscape #scottisharchitecture #dundeearchitecture

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Quick sketch of the Dugald Stewart Monument in Edinburgh Charcoal

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Our Dalbrack Cottage project. A small 1 bed house on a tight site in the heart of the Ballater Conservation area on Royal Deeside. The original house was a ‘back house’ damaged beyond repair by the flooding of 2015. - image by @nigelrigden #house #architecture #scotland #aberdeenshire #ballater #cairngorms #architects #timber #cabin #scottisharchitecture #brownandbrownarchitects

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Considering an extension? Look at this #wintergarden by Solarlux - we can supply and fit throughout the UK & Ireland. 🖥 slimline-group.com : : : : : #glassextension #extension #glassbox #glassroom #luxuryextensions #solarroom #solar #glassroof #luxuryhomes #irishinteriors #irisharchitects #ukarchitecture #scottisharchitecture

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Considering an extension? Look at this #wintergarden by Solarlux - we can supply and fit throughout the UK & Ireland. 🖥 slimline-group.com : : : : : #glassextension #extension #glassbox #glassroom #luxuryextensions #solarroom #solar #glassroof #luxuryhomes #irishinteriors #irisharchitects #ukarchitecture #scottisharchitecture

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Considering an extension? Look at this #wintergarden by Solarlux - we can supply and fit throughout the UK & Ireland. 🖥 slimline-group.com : : : : : #glassextension #extension #glassbox #glassroom #luxuryextensions #solarroom #solar #glassroof #luxuryhomes #irishinteriors #irisharchitects #ukarchitecture #scottisharchitecture

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Considering an extension? Look at this #wintergarden by Solarlux - we can supply and fit throughout the UK & Ireland. 🖥 slimline-group.com : : : : : #glassextension #extension #glassbox #glassroom #luxuryextensions #solarroom #solar #glassroof #luxuryhomes #irishinteriors #irisharchitects #ukarchitecture #scottisharchitecture

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Fairy-like Edinburgh 💞 A little bit about how I followed my intuition and finally relocated my body and mind to the most beautiful old city in the world where my old soul can feel genuinely happy... is waiting for you on the blog whenever you've got a chance. 🌹 Wearing as always #preloved clothes. ♻️ -------------- Bajkowy Edynburg 💞 Na blogu czeka na Was w wolnej chwili wpis o tym, jak kierując się swoją intuicją wreszcie przeniosłam swoje ciało i umysł do najpiękniejszego starego miasta na świecie, w którym moja stara dusza ma się tak dobrze... 🌹 Na zdjęciu jak zawsze w ubraniach #preloved ♻️ Photo: Ernani DSC #edinburghisbeautiful #edinburghfashion #edinburgharchitecture #edinburgh #hiddenedinburgh #instaedinburgh #prelovedfashion #ethicalclothing #ethicalfashion #ecofashion #scotland #scottisharchitecture #lavieparisienne #parisianstyle #vintagevibes #parisianblogger #journeycraft

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:: Argyll Chambers shopping arcade in central Glasgow, Scotland (UK ), designed by Colin Menzies and built from 1902-04. ——————— L’arcade des boutiques à Argyll Chambers au centre-ville de Glasgow, Ecosse (R-U ), dessiné par Colin Menzies et érigé entre 1902-1904. : : : : : #architecture #shopping #glasgow #edwardian #architecturelovers #architectureporn #jj_architecture #architecturephotography #scotland #scotlandlover #scotland_lover #scotland_insta #scotlandtravel #glasgowlife #igersglasgow #architecturegram #architects #urbanphoto #urbanphotography #urbex_kings #interiordesigners #interiors #igerseurope #wu_europe #scottisharchitecture #modernarchitecture #archilovers #pocket_architecture #architecturedesign

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Finally getting back to the ‘drawing board’! #drawing #architecture #edinburgh #scotland #scottisharchitecture #itsbeentoolong

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Fife Makers - Rebuilding the Fife Arms . Looking forward to sharing some stories and photographs from the build tomorrow with my brother . . #thefifearms #braemar #building #renovation #restoration #historicalbuilding #scottisharchitecture #interiordesign #deeside #royaldeeside #madeinthecairngorms Photo: Sim Canetty-Clarke

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Floating Heads Art installation by artist Sophie Cave at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow. Fabulous "expressions" . The works are all white but lit by a colourful rotation of lights. Over 50 heads, all with different expressions. Awesome... #fotografsbydiane #kelvingrove #kelvingrovemuseum #kelvingroveartgallery #glasgowscotland #glasgow #travelscotland #artphotography #art #canoneos80d #georgesfeatures #thisweekatgeorges #lovephotography #creative #modernart #culture #artgallery #scottishcities #scottishgalleries #scottisharchitecture #exhibition #artexhibition #photographingart

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Un quartier résidentiel, des immeubles anciens avec 6m de hauteur sous plafond, des ruelles pavées, de jolies maisons qui n'ont jamais bougé... Et un pub, parce qu'on ne sait jamais. × 🍺 × × #scottishpub #beerismycomfortfood #edinburgh #scotlandforever #scotlandisnow #scotland #sunnyscotland #scottishsummer #edinburghlabelle #scottisharchitecture #newtown #oldiesbutgoodies #oldhousesofedinburgh #treasurehunt #visitscotland #viendezenscotlandie #vieillespierresdecaracteres

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Plein centre ville, les petites maisons de New Town, à 5 min à pied du marché de Stockbridge (et du meilleur fromager et du meilleur jap qu'on ait trouvés jusque là ) × 🧱 × × #edinburgh #scotlandforever #scotlandisnow #scotland #sunnyscotland #scottishsummer #edinburghlabelle #scottisharchitecture #newtown #oldiesbutgoodies #oldhousesofedinburgh #treasurehunt #visitscotland #viendezenscotlandie #vieillespierresdecaracteres

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Ça monte, ça descend, ça monte, ça descend, et au loin, on voit la mer. Le vélo électrique s'impose mais à part ça, la vie est douce en Scotlandie. × 🌃 × × #weekend #edinburgh #scotlandforever #scotlandisnow #scotland #sunnyscotland #scottishsummer #edinburghlabelle #scottisharchitecture #newtown #oldiesbutgoodies #oldhousesofedinburgh #treasurehunt #visitscotland #viendezenscotlandie #vieillespierresdecaracteres #citywanderers

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Tout ce qu'Edimbourg a de meilleur : des ground floor flats, de beaux bâtiments et des boîtes à lettres rouge. Si ça fait partie de son charme. × 📬 × × #edinburgh #scotlandforever #scotlandisnow #scotland #sunnyscotland #scottishsummer #edinburghlabelle #scottisharchitecture #newtown #oldiesbutgoodies #oldhousesofedinburgh #treasurehunt #visitscotland #viendezenscotlandie #vieillespierresdecaracteres

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Less than 1 week to go before this years Annual Andy MacMillan Memorial Lecture and the announcement for the @riasmembership / @arcdessco student awards. @thelighthouseglasgow @scotgov #scottisharchitecture

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My favourite walking place in all weathers. It’s wild out there today but we put on our waterproofs and headed for a bracing but super uplifting walk along Lerwick’s coast. I took this photo a couple of weeks ago, the grass is a lot less green now and you can definitely start seeing more of the autumn colours. And the weather is turning too with more gales and rain. How is your weather at the moment?

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Buchanan Street - St George’s Tron Church with its obelisks and reflections in the building nearby #urban photography #streetphotography #glasgow #ig_glasgow #scottisharchitecture #glasgowarchitecture #glasgowbuchananstreet #glasgowchurches

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