Scotland: Building the future

The architecturally-inclined amongst you might appreciate Scotland: Building the Future: Essays on the architecture of the post-war era published by Historic Scotland.

The bad news is it's a 108-page PDF, but the good news is it's very good, with lots of fantastic photos and sketches of the toppermost modern architecture in Scotland. This is one of a series of great publications - Raising the Bar: An Introduction to Scotland's Historic Pubs and Spotlight on Scotland's Cinemas (also hefty PDFs) are very useful for anyone studying modern architecture, whether it be officially or unofficially.

A great find! I was born in GKC's Belshill Maternity Hospital soon after it opened. Some striking architecture included in the first book you mention.

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