AN arts collective is opposing plans to convert a historic city church into the new home of the Mosque Kitchen, amid concerns about proposed alterations to the listed building.
A NEW bid has been launched to demolish one of the most striking industrial landmarks on Edinburgh's skyline.
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THE BHS building on Princes Street and the headquarters of Scottish Widows feature in a new book celebrating Edinburgh's post-war architecture.
TWO rival plans for tourist attractions on Loch Ness have both been given the go-ahead, despite fears over their impact on the iconic setting.
A SCOTTISH design firm has helped create the branding for a new visitor attraction that will showcase the Mary Rose - almost 30 years after the Tudor vessel was raised from the sea bed.
CONTROVERSIAL plans to build a giant glass structure onto the home one of Scotland's greatest thinkers will preserve the structure for years to come, a public inquiry has heard.
PLANS to overhaul one of Scotland's busiest railway stations have been given the green light - despite claims the development is an "ugly" eyesore.
THE first stages in the building of a new V&A museum in Dundee will get under way this year after the Scottish Government pledged almost £5 million to the project.
THE city architects firm which designed the troubled Scottish Parliament building is being sued by its employees in the US over claims it owes them hundreds of thousands of pounds.
August 25, 1930: The New Victoria cinema opens with a premiere of Rookery Nook.
The future for an iconic Edinburgh building should become much clearer in the next few days, when an intensive 12-week marketing campaign for the former Odeon Cinema in Clerk Street comes to an end.
IT boasts wood-panelled walls, forest views and, costing tens of thousands of pounds, is one of the more desirable properties in the Capital.
THE owner of the former Odeon on Clerk Street has defended his plans to turn the Grade B listed building into a hotel.
A LOTHIANS MSP has launched a scathing attack on Edinburgh University, branding the institution a "vandal" which has been "let loose" on Edinburgh's historic buildings.
IT MAY not have won the people's vote. But a striking design by one of Japan's leading architects has emerged as the unanimous winner of an international competition to shape the landmark outpost of the Victoria and Albert Museum in Dundee.
JAPANESE architect Kengo Kuma has won a contest to find a design for a major new V&A building on Dundee's waterfront.
A HOLIDAY home, a cinema restoration, a community centre and a cottage extension are all in the running to be named Scotland's best building.
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Six of the world's best architects have revealed their visions to create a new international attraction for the city of Dundee. Here are all six designs for the V&A Museum, scheduled to open in 2014.
SIX of the best architects in the world have unveiled their visions to create a new landmark building and international attraction for Dundee.