Architectural Heritage

The Journal of the Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland. Architectural Heritage is a volume of architectural history and conservation articles, essays and other writings, covering all periods of building up to and including the recent past. Contributors are regarded as authoritative in their subject area, with papers by leading Scottish and international architectural historians and conservation professionals.

The journal also includes extensive book reviews, an update on architectural accessions to the National Monuments Record of Scotland and the Scottish Research Register, which covers research on Scottish architecture completed in the previous year by students in Scottish universities.

Published November

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Latest articles

Volume 24 (1)

Robert Burns, Antiquarianism and Alloway Kirk: The Perception and Reception of Literary Place-making and the ‘Historic’ Monument
vol. 24 (1): 1-20
Burns and the British Empire: Viewing a Scottish Monument from an Imperial Perspective
vol. 24 (1): 21-39
Early Planning at Abbotsford, 1811–12: Walter Scott, William Stark and the Cottage that Never Was
vol. 24 (1): 41-65
The Architectural Legacy of the Scots in the Western District of Victoria, Australia
vol. 24 (1): 67-85
The Library Designs of Sir Basil Spence, Glover & Ferguson
vol. 24 (1): 87-102
‘A Prodigious Number of Little Cells’ – Cleitean and the St Kilda World Heritage Site
vol. 24 (1): 103-118
YASUFUMI NAKAMORI, Katsura – Picturing Modernism in Japanese Architecture: Photographs by Ishimoto Yasuhiro, New Haven, CT, Yale University Press, 2010, ISBN-10: 0300163339, £35
vol. 24 (1): 119-122
TOMÁS Ó CARRIGÁIN, Churches in Early Medieval Ireland: Architecture, Ritual and Memory, New Haven, CT, Yale University Press, 2010, ISBN: 9780300154443, £40
vol. 24 (1): 123-125
Architectural Accessions to the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland 2012
vol. 24 (1): 127-132

Volume 23 (1)

Introduction: Sir William Bruce and Architecture in Early Modern Scotland
vol. 23 (1): 1-14
John Mylne IV (1611–1667): ‘Great Artisan, Grave Senator’
vol. 23 (1): 15-39
Architecture, Improvement and the ‘New Science’ in Early Modern Scotland
vol. 23 (1): 41-55
A Prospect on Antiquity and Britannia on Edge: Landscape Design and the Work of Sir William Bruce and Alexander Edward
vol. 23 (1): 57-74
James Smith and Rome
vol. 23 (1): 75-96
John Erskine, 6th and 11th Earl of Mar (1675–1732): Architecture, Landscape and Industry
vol. 23 (1): 97-116
Image and Architecture: A Fresh Approach to Sir William Bruce and the Scottish Country House
vol. 23 (1): 117-132
Birth-stool of Scottish Romanticism? Holyrood and Sir William Bruce, ‘Surveyor-General and Overseer of the King's Buildings in Scotland’
vol. 23 (1): 133-162
The Archaeology and Conservation of the Country House: Leslie House and Kinross House
vol. 23 (1): 163-178
ROSEMARY HANNAH, The Grand Designer: Third Marquess of Bute, Edinburgh, Birlinn, 2012, ISBN: 978-1780270272, £25
vol. 23 (1): 179-182
LOUISE CAMPBELL, JANE THOMAS AND MILES GLENDINNING, Basil Spence: Buildings and Projects, London, RIBA Publishing, 2012, ISBN: 1859463096, £45
vol. 23 (1): 183-185