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A History of Scotland's Landscapes

A History of Scotland's Landscapes

These evocative spaces provide unique evidence for the way this land and its wealth of resources has been lived in, worked on, ruined, abandoned, restored and celebrated.

A Palace fit for a Laird

A Palace fit for a Laird

The latest chapter of Rowallan’s long history has been as a property in the care of Historic Scotland, and this volume lays out the results of a decade of archaeological and documentary research.

A Work of Beauty

A Work of Beauty

Alexander McCall Smith curates his own story of Edinburgh, combining his incisive wit with a wealth of stunning imagery drawn from Scotland’s national collection of architecture and archaeology.

Above Scotland

Above Scotland

For the first time in one volume, Historic Environment Scotland has brought together the finest images from its collection in a stunning illustration of Scotland’s past, present and future.

Above Scotland Cities

Above Scotland Cities

This volume looks at the character and development of each of Scotland’s six cities, drawing on stunning aerial photography from the 1920s to the present day to tell their compelling stories.

An Inventory for the Nation

An Inventory for the Nation

An Inventory for the Nation follows the Royal Commission over the course of a century, tracing the impact of everything from the motor car and two World Wars, to digital technology and the internet.

Architects Volume 1

Architects Volume 1

This booklet is the first in a series celebrating the work of Scotland’s architects. Volume one covers James Morris and Robert Steedman. Each volume will focus on influences and key buildings.

Architects Volume 2

Architects Volume 2

This booklet is the second in a series celebrating the work of Scotland’s architects. Volume 2 covers Peter Womersley. Each volume will focus on influences and key buildings.

Architects Volume 3

Architects Volume 3

This booklet is the third in a series celebrating the work of Scotland’s architects. Volume three covers Basil Spence. Each volume will focus on influences and key buildings.

Bloody Scotland

Bloody Scotland

In Bloody Scotland twelve of Scotland’s best crime writers use the sinister side of the country’s built heritage in stories that are by turns gripping, chilling and redemptive.