Why an Architecture Fringe?
- to support new work and emerging practice in architecture in Scotland
- to develop a friendly but critical community of voices to connect, support and challenge each other
- to offer a platform to encourage a wider conversation about architecture and design in Scotland in a contemporary socio-political context
- to engage internationally with other people and organisations
We hope you'll join us!
The forthcoming Architecture Fringe will take place in June 2019.
The very first Architecture Fringe opened on Friday 1st July 2016. The 2017 programme hosted work from around 260 contributors over 50 projects in 37 venues. The 2018 programme saw the range and geographical spread of events grow even further. Over the three years the programme has included new artistic work, events, exhibitions, talks, environmental installations, community self-builds and a summer school.
Initiated by a group of architects, designers, photographers, engineers, visual artists, curators and musicians the Architecture Fringe is an independent contributor-led series of projects and events across the arts which explores architecture and its impact.
The team for the Architecture Fringe 2019 devise and produce the core programme of events as well as facilitate the open platform for self-directed work. All team members are volunteers and bring skills and experience from across the event and creative industries.
Architect and photographer Andy Summers, masters student Dhamintha Wickremasinghe, landscape architect Liane Bauer, masters student Rūta Turčinavičiūtė, designer Neil McGuire, architect Chris Dobson, landscape architect Marion Preez, architect Eilidh Izat, artist Olivia Turner, urban designer Sam Comrie and digital service designer Leah Lockhart.
Many thanks to our Architecture Fringe friends, funders, sponsors and supporters.