Edinburgh Park is Scotland's answer to Heathrow's Stockley Park: office buildings of a certain ambition set in a greensward near an international airport. The Scottish version is, however, considerably younger than Stockley, and its masterplan by Richard Meier is much more formal. Indeed Meier - who, oddly, never got to contribute a building there himself, and is no longer involved - had always seen it as a kind of late-twentieth-century equivalent of Edinburgh's New Town, where the ...
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