• Statement from Architects for Yes

    Malcolm Fraser | 16/09/2014 | 1 Comments

    There’s a case to be made for the Union, based on a history of joint commercial endeavour and the shared fight for social justice.  But it’s been hard for the British Establishment to make as both have been traduced by its shared, neoliberal ideology.

    So the Establishment’s business leaders and politicians – those who have unpicked civil society, supplanted our manufacturing base with financial services a....

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  • Two thirds of Scotland's architects favour Independence

    Alasdair Stephen | 11/09/2014 | 0 Comments

    A new survey in the Architect's Journal has revealed that two thirds of architects in Scotland are planning on voting for independence.

    The AJ reports that " A hefty 59 per cent of the nearly 160 architects who voted in AJ’s recent online survey said they were in favour of the country cutting its ties with the UK – around 12 per cent above the number of yes voters in the latest YouGov poll of the general pub....

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  • Architects give reasons for Yes

    Alasdair Stephen | 22/08/2014 | 1 Comments

    Some of our members reveal reasons why they are voting Yes on September the 18th.

    If you would like to share your reasons for voting Yes or why you think independence will benefit our profession and Scotland then please leave a comment on our declaration form or send us an email.  We would be delighted to share your views.

    Thank you to the architects who turned out on a wet Calton Hill for our launch.  We&nbs....

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  • Official Launch of Architects for Yes

    Alasdair Stephen | 21/08/2014 | 1 Comments

    Architects could be at the heart of designing a new, better Scotland after a Yes vote. That was the message sent out by a group of Scotland’s leading architects who launched Architects for Yes at Calton Hill this Thursday at 1pm.

    Malcolm Fraser, director of Malcolm Fraser Architects said, 

    “I hope that this “Architects for Yes” initiative will resonate with our fellow Scottish architec....

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  • Architecture: Shaping the Background

    Ross Aitchison | 11/07/2014 | 0 Comments
    Architecture can play a significant role in the development of communities and wider society. It is architecture which provides the background for a nation; persistently it projects who we were, who we are and who we want to be. The last decade has changed Scottish society for the better, Scotland’s cultural output has grown and its architectural confidence risen.
    It is perhaps particularly appro....

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