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Integrative Studies 1
Stage 1 Architectural Technology
Lecturers
Jonathan Scott
Huda Salman

The Park at Haddo House is a popular visitor spot for dog walkers, families and tourists. Originally a planned park as part of Haddo House itself, it is now run by Aberdeenshire Council in partnership with the family estate and The National Trust for Scotland. The Park is undergoing a transformation back to it’s original design and after years of neglect but it is also a centre of waterfowl based around it’s large lake. It, therefore, is also popular with bird spotters but also scout groups, local children groups, etc. The Stage 1 students work focused on developing a modern interpretation for a Bird Hide based around the Lake. The students developed a good understanding of structure and material, aided by well-presented drawn work.