Are we sitting comfortably? This question lay at the heart of Issue 4 of Crumble Magazine, launched in May this year, and has shaped our thoughts and activities over the last 12 months. From reflection on the range of articles, creative writing and illustrations wrapped between the covers of the magazine and, through responses to our exhibition at the Lighthouse... Read More
The recent climate strikes and Extinction Rebellion protests have pushed the vital issue of spiralling climate change once again to the forefront of discussion. Architecture has more to contribute to tackling this issue than most professions, but it continues to feature as a sidebar in many projects. Scott McAulay, coordinator of the Anthropocene Architecture School, believes that the education system can do much more. Read More




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Crumble Magazine Project, the magazine’s first independent event held as part of ArchiFringe 2018, made a successful afternoon of conversation and creation. The Crumble team reflect on the vital role of the Crumble community in creating the magazine ahead of the Issue 3 launch party on September 18th. Read More
For six months every year, the Esplanade at Edinburgh Castle is occupied by a steel and scaffolding behemoth, balancing precariously atop Castle Rock to host the Military Tattoo. Surely there is a more sensitive and sympathetic way to accommodate this traditional ceremony into the architectural fabric of the city? Is it telling of a wider loss of direction in attitudes to sustainability and preservation? Read More

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