Collected This page has been added to your collection.
Subscribe to our RSS feeds

Clicking on subscribe will add an RSS feed into your default RSS reader.

Pages you have collected
4
Downloading your document Please provide us with your details before downloading your PDF.
*

* We promise not to pass your details on to anyone for any reason. For more details, please reaad our privacy policy.

Thank you.

Your document should download automatically.
If it doesn’t appear in your download queue, please click here.

Close
National Galleries of Scotland

The Scottish National Gallery on The Mound is one of the world's most celebrated museum complexes. Designed by William Playfair and opened in 1859, the site incorporates two major cultural institutions - The Scottish National Gallery and The Royal Scottish Academy, attracting more than a million visitors a year. This project consists of enhancements to the public realm and
setting of the museum complex, and the design of a new Scottish Gallery, to present the museum's pre-eminent
collection of Scottish Art.

Read more >
  • Sector

    Landscape + Public Realm, Culture

  • Location

    Edinburgh

  • Description

    -

  • Client

    National Galleries of Scotland

  • Size

    5,000sqm

  • Cost

    -

  • Team

    John McAslan + Partners, Architect
    Arup

  • Status

    2014

George Square Landscape + Public Realm Glasgow, Scotland 2012
British Embassy Algiers Landscape Landscape + Public Realm Algiers, Algeria 2009
Fenchurch Place Landscape + Public Realm London, UK 2004
Site Map