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?
Is Le Corbusier’s ‘assault’ on the Modernist masterpiece of little-known architect Eileen Gray a reflection of a wider disregard of the contributions of women to architecture in the past and present?
Come and join the Crumble Team for the launch of Issue 2, ‘What’s the Plan?’ at Harry’s Southside on 1st February!