A branch of Sainsbury’s in north London has become the first purpose-built supermarket to be given listed status.
A little girl somewhere once said there's no place like home.
SCOTLAND'S most famous architect and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, was born on this day in 1868.
The inside track on our most super stations: Once unloved, Wemyss Bay is a rail charmer for enthusiasts
ITS heyday was a time before low-cost airlines, when hopping on a cheap flight to foreign parts couldn’t have been imagined.
A NEWLY built college campus in Glasgow has been shortlisted for a top architecture award.
AFTER months of careful examination, a list of 125 applicants has been whittled down to seven.
The Forth Bridge has won yet another award, this time being voted Scotland's "greatest man-made wonder".
THE average brick sitting in a UK house is worth more than £47 - based on the property's overall value, research has found.
FROM the Forth Bridge to the Glasgow Tower, Scotland has some incredible architecture.
A major new development planned for Edinburgh will include luxury brand W Hotels’ first Scottish property.
A partly-underground house with a field for a roof will take on artist Damien Hirst's new London gallery in the competition for the UK's top architecture award.