A fascinating biography of two of Scotland's greatest architects, Burnet and Miller, and the first biography which considers their work as a whole. It is a memoir to Glasgow at its zenith and provides an insight into the wealth and success of Glasgow in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
This is a meticulously researched and liberally illustrated account with exquisite drawings of key people and selected works. Biographic profiles for Modernist engineers, architects, artists, patrons and designers.
The most thorough study available on the Great George Street building. Reveals many previously undisclosed facets of the building. Highly illustrated with photographs from Edwardian times to the present day.
Reader-friendly introduction to adopting BIM. A vital guide for practitioners to adopt BIM successfully in construction projects. A blend of background theory and practical ideas for BIM implementation.
This is a study of the origins of the revolution in social and physical planning in the Scottish Highlands and Islands. It reveals the rationale for the expansive building programme post-1750 and identifies key personnel.