Printmakers to revamp former rubber factory in Edinburgh
The home of the former North British Rubber factory in Edinburgh is set to be transformed into a £12.3m creative hub hosting a new centre of excellence for printmaking.
Edinburgh Printmakers is revamping Castle Mill Works in Fountainbridge.
There will be galleries, a learning studio, a state-of-the-art printmaking workshop, creative studios and a cafe.
Scottish architects, Page/Park have been appointed to work on the Grade C listed building.
Sarah Price, Edinburgh Printmakers chief executive, said: "We're delighted to be in a position to formally begin construction on Edinburgh Printmakers' new Centre for Excellence.
"Coinciding with our 50th birthday, this marks a new chapter in our journey to improve facilities for artists and makers in the city and for our ever expanding and diverse audience to enjoy printmaking at its best."