A home which cost £335,000 to build has been named House of the Year.
The refurbishment of a 1960s bus station in Lancashire and a new tower at Westminster Abbey are in the running for the UK’s best new building.
A portrait of famed 18th century Scottish architect James Adam is to go on display in Edinburgh and London after being purchased for £480,000.
V&A Dundee and Perth Theatre are both in the running to win one of Scotland’s top architecture awards.
An off-grid “modest, sustainable home” in the Scottish Highlands has been crowned House Of The Year.
Grand Designs: House Of The Year will return to Channel 4 for a fourth season later this year.
This smart office block uses 30,000 sensors to control lighting and even where employees should work
In 2014 The Edge, a Deloitte office, was named the most sustainable office building in the world, according to the Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) standard – but it turns out it’s one of the smartest too.
Imagine if the next series of Game of Thrones was filmed here in Dundee, or the Water Tower became a central part of a regenerated Menzieshill.