Scottish Crime Campus Case Study

Gordon Murray’s paper takes a comprehensive look at the background, context and research that informed the design of the Scottish Crime Campus in Glasgow.

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Scottish Crime Campus POE

The Scottish Crime Campus was commissioned by the Scottish Government to bring together five different agencies to tackle serious organised crime and terrorism through increased collaboration. This post occupancy evaluation evaluates the impact of the Scottish Crime Campus, particularly in relation to its impact upon collaboration.


ARQ – Rethinking Architectural Education Paper

Building on his 2012 ARQ article, Gordon Murray discusses the need to rethink architectural education at a time of rapid change. As a new generation of savvy and digitally agile graduates emerges to reinvent the profession, how well are they supported by the current educational model?


Empathies between Mackintosh and Holl in Glasgow

Gordon Murray considers Steven Holl’s new Seona Reid Building at the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) in relation to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s art school opposite, in this 2014 ARQ article.