I visited Dundee regularly as a Visiting Fellow in the School of Architecture at the The University of Dundee. I thought the setting beautiful and the city resilient, although both had been badly scarred by atrocious planning after WWII. I started to sketch out some ideas for improving the parts of the city I knew, simply to try to banish the dreadful realities from my mind.
These parts include Magdalen Green, an area of tenements, houses and mills on a medieval street pattern of wynds, where I proposed a tenement and houses, Blackness, the industrial area of mills to the north of Magdalen Green, which I thought would be suitable for a studio, and sites in the beautiful Angus countryside: a rural studio and a Tower House Inhabitations with a garden.
All of these are ongoing personal, sadly unrealised, projects.