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Toby Ross

North-East Scots, generally named Doric, is a dialect spoken by many North easterners, including in the city of Aberdeen. For centuries, the dialect has been repressed, being seen as the ‘improper’ form of the English language. However, with the design…
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Gabriella Szalay

The new Doric Culture Centre is in Denburn valley, replacing the old Denburn Health Centre. The site is on top of a functioning concrete car park, with a central location surrounded by many of Aberdeen’s cultural attractions like the Art…
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Iuliia Shevliakova

Shiprow Vivacity is the newest addition to the developing area of Aberdeen Shiprow Village. The project aims to restore communication between the people of Aberdeen by bringing the community together in a vibrant public space. The historical traces of Shiprow…
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Jaydn Walker

In the North-East of Scotland, Doric is the natural tongue spoken in many communities. The culture has various forms of cultural works, such as poems, songs, scripture and literature, and ballads. Such works do not currently have one location they…
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Rebecca Randall

Doric is a dialect spoken in the Northeast of Scotland. It is taught through stories, passed from mouth to ear. When hearing from passionate Doric speakers they spoke of stories told by their grandparents emphasising how special their heritage is…
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Aidan Dempsey

Shipyard Bar located just next to the Maritime Museum in Shiprow is a new entertainment venue for underground music in Aberdeen. Due to the maritime history of the area as well as the sites strong links to the past such…
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Michael McEwan

The identity of the Doric culture is largely defined by the spoken word and over time this language has branched out and evolved in different ways, being heavily influenced by occupations of its people some of which have died out.…
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Jack Williamson

The Shiprow Social Club is an exclusive space for members to gather, eat, drink, and enjoy each other’s company in. Because the club is subscription-based, the general public cannot just walk in and make use of the space. It is…
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Patrik Tahotny

The new Doric Culture Centre (CC) is in the heart of Aberdeen, Denburn. The building sits on top of a concrete deck, which was previously occupied by a health centre CC is composed of two building facing each other, while…
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Lewis Scott

Doric is a dialect spoken in the Northeast of Scotland. It is taught through stories, passed from mouth to ear. When hearing from passionate Doric speakers they spoke of stories told by their grandparents emphasising how special their heritage is…