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In conversation with the Crumble magazine’s editor-in-chief

“Illustrators often see it more as an object, as an art piece.” Felix Wilson is at home in Aberdeenshire, donning his signature glasses and a white T-shirt. He’s talking about…

Studio from home: how a remote university challenges creative minds

It is no breaking news that home is becoming our workplace, our new gym, our new restaurants, and now that autumn is here our new university. For art students, it…

Should architects work for repressive regimes?

Bjarke Ingels is one of the most famous and most celebrated architects of today, producing distinctive contemporary buildings focused on utilising space and light in novel ways. Over the last…

Edinburgh’s Changing Architecture: An Interview with Malcolm Fraser

Over the past few years there has been increasing anxiety surrounding the possibility that Edinburgh might lose its status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to an influx of…

Notre Dame aflame: our relationship with the built environment

News of the fire at Paris’ beloved Notre-Dame cathedral was everywhere. We all saw it – a dark Parisian skyline lit up by engulfing flames as the 850-year-old cathedral blackened…

The culture of open source: No copyrights, no patents

Image: Samuel Zeller In name, the open source movement started in computing in the 1990s. It was an effort to reawaken the mentality of early programmers, who would freely share…

Visionary Palaces

Scottish National Gallery: Until 17th June Karl Friedrich Schinkel was a nineteenth century pioneering architect responsible for many landmarks in Berlin today. The new exhibition, Visionary Palaces Designs by Karl…

Build It!

The National Museum, Grand Gallery: Until 17th April As part of the 2016 Festival of Architecture, celebrating the “fantastically built environment of Scotland’, the National Museum of Scotland is hosting…