In the early 1980’s, talented young architects in the Soviet Union secretly gathered to undertake important civic and public projects they were excluded from entering in the culturally repressive USSR.
On Saturday 19th January a group of 20 very talented young Scottish Architects, including Anna Gibb and Ross Anderson who represented the UK in the British Pavilion at the 2012 Venice Biennale, met for a day to consider the future of George Square.
Below is a record of the enthusiastic, productive and eventful day and includes their photographs, discussions, work and drawings.
Thanks go to Professor Alan Dunlop for this press release.
Please see the article on Urban Realm for further comments.
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