Scotstyle – Building the Century

Fri. 1 Apr 2016 - Tue. 28 Feb 2017

Scottish Parliament © Keith Hunter




Celebrating the top 100 buildings from 1916-2015, nominated by the Scottish public.

This free exhibition will tour the length and breadth of Scotland, across all regions, accompanied by a superb new publication Scotstyle: 100 Years of Scottish Architecture (1916-2015), edited by Neil Baxter and Fiona Sinclair, featuring the top 100 buildings.

The exhibition will also provide the opportunity to vote for your favourite. Scotland’s very best building from the last 100 years will be announced at the Grand Finale of the Festival in Dundee on 18 November 2016.

Order you copy of Scotstyle: 100 Years of Scottish Architecture (1916-2015) here, or visit participating retail outlets.

Vote for your favourite Scotstyle building here. The winning building will be announced at the Festival Finale in November.

Scotstyle is generously supported by Lockton, Clyde & Co and Forestry Commission Scotland.

More information about this event via email, the web and social media

Organised by

The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland
15 Rutland Square
United Kingdom

The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) was founded in 1916 as the professional body for all chartered architects in Scotland and is the foremost architectural institute in the country dealing with architecture and the built environment.

The RIAS offers a wide range of services and products for architects, students of architecture, construction industry professionals and all those with an interest in the built environment and the design process.

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Get to the event with ScotRail, the Official Transport Partner for Festival of Architecture. For details on how to book and train times. please visit the website or call ScotRail Telesales on +44 (0) 344 811 0141.

The Festival of Architecture is a key part of the 2016 Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design and is supported by EventScotland, part of VisitScotland.