The architect of Dundee's V&A museum has revealed that he is "embarrassed" by some his previous building designs.
A final shortlist of six designs for Scotland’s baby box initiative has been unveiled at Dundee University by the minister for childcare and early years, Mark McDonald.
Plans are being drawn up to build a major new international games design studio in the heart of Dundee’s £1 billion waterfront development.
Digital glasses which assist people who don't have the use of their arms have been named the best new product at a prestigious awards ceremony.
Decaying high streets, depopulated and devoid of their original purpose, can be found in every town and city in the UK. Yet the death of the high street is not inevitable. To save ours we need a new way of thinking and to re-evaluate what we actually mean by ‘street’.
As celebratory years go, 2016 was a perfect storm of design for Dundee. It was the first of our Dundee Design Festivals in West Ward Works, the Festival of Architecture with the finale in Dundee and lots of excellent new activity such as Make-Share from Creative Dundee - and it all fell under the unwieldy umbrella of the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design
In 2017, The McManus celebrates its 150th anniversary. Opened in 1867 as the Albert Institute, it was designed by the renowned architect Sir George Gilbert Scott who today is best known for London’s St Pancras hotel.
The acknowledgement of Dundee as a UNESCO City of Design must now be seen within the context of a wider set of possibilities for the Tay region.
At Dundee City Council. Stephen Kyle is leading a ground-breaking redesign of the city's public services.
Dundonians are being invited to design a space or building for children and young people at Seabraes as part of a Festival of Architecture competition.