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Scotland tackles teaching sustainable design

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Another exhibition is also currently underway in The Lighthouse, Glasgow, which considers and promotes sustainable design. ‘CAST: Innovations in Concrete' has been developed by Architecture and Design Scotland, The Concrete Society and the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture Edinburgh College of Art (ESALA) to look at and consider the environmental sustainability, recyclability and other ancillary benefits of concrete construction. A number of lunch seminars are programmed, where the perception of concrete, along the impact it has had on our culture, built environment and architecture, are considered and discussed. Full details are availbel in the link below: http://www.thelighthouse.co.uk/visit/exhibition/cast-innovations-in-concrete ‘CAST: Innovations in Concrete' runs till 28th November in The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow.

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8 November, 2013

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12:37 pm

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