Using photographs, artworks and architects’ designs, this exhibition explores some of the most common forms of houses in Dundee, with a particular focus on communal and social housing – from Victorian tenements to pioneering council houses, post-war multis, student halls of residence and more.
Living Together – Housing in Dundee Exhibition is on at the Lamb Gallery at Dundee University’s Tower Building. You can check it out until 25 January (though it will be closed for the holidays).
The exhibition features material from our own and private collections as well as the University Archives, Dundee City Archives and Dundee Central Library Local History Centre. It has been created to accompany the AHRA conference on Architecture & Collective Life taking place in Dundee 21-23 November 2019.
Image: Butterburn Court, Hilltown, 1985 (photo by Neale Elder)