Developments at Paisley Abbey

It is rare for your humble correspondent to take an entirely critical line on a development, but he is finding it very difficult indeed to resist cursing the current proposals for the empty site opposite Paisley Abbey, in the heart of Renfrewshire's largest town.

The path has recently been cleared for the building of 137 new 'homes' by the demolition of one wing of Renfrewshire House, a drab 1960s block of concrete which contained offices for the local authority.

V&A at Dundee update

Following hastily in the tracks of my last post, Kengo Kuma & Associates have been chosen as the architects to design the new V&A at Dundee building.
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