The Architecture Fringe is an independent contributor-led non-profit organisation and platform for the arts which seeks to reflect upon the built environment and how it makes a difference to our lives. Inspired by the Scottish Government’s then Year of Innovation, Architecture & Design, the first successful edition took place in July 2016 and hosted thirty-seven exhibitions, projects and events from over sixty individual contributors. Work produced for the ArchiFringe included a new unique cross-disciplinary summer school in Glasgow, a map charting the financial gain from slavery within Edinburgh’s historic built environment and a reminder to all of Scotland’s 129 MSPs to work towards a better built environment.
This year’s Architecture Fringe hosts over fifty projects, events, exhibitions, talks, debates, tours, installations, live performances and much, much more. We hope you’ll find many things within the programme of interest. Visit http://architecturefringe.com/ for more information.