The Making of the Museum of Scotland
National Museums of Scotland Pub., 2000 - 160
From awesome conception to the final wonder of delivery -- the Museum of Scotland project experienced a gamut of birth pangs in producing Scotland's millennium progeny par excellence. Alongside excellent visuals and photography, Charles McKean tells the architectural, political and logistical story of creating a museum for the twenty-first century. A significant book for a significant time in Scotland's history.
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A fresh start
Unfinished business or a case for identity
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