Hopkins' Holyrood heralds Edinburgh 'renaissance'
The Queen was in Edinburgh last week, not only to open Scotland's new parliament but also to cut the ribbon on the first of the Millennium Commission landmark projects to be completed - Michael Hopkins and Partners' £34 million William Younger Centre. The building figures as one of a number of major regeneration projects under way in the Holyrood area of the city, totalling £150 million, and will ultimately be joined by another new civic neighbour across the road - Enric Miralles' ...
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