Sustainable design in the built environment is the focus of this spring’s schedule for The Lighthouse, Scotland’s Centre for Architecture, Design and the City. Re:Motion, which is billed as the programme’s centrepiece, was designed by Graven Images and first shown at the Rotterdam Biennale last summer. Re:Motion features eight Scottish architects’ ideas on travel and mobility for a sustainable future. The exhibition includes Rivercity, a congestion-easing concept by Gareth Hoskins Architects (pictured). Re:Motion runs from 19 February at The Lighthouse, Glasgow G1 3LX.
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