Edinburgh Filmhouse has unveiled plans for a new £50m building in the city's Festival Sqaure. The building - described as "a temple of film" has been designed by Richard Murphy Architects. These are some of the artist's impressions and draft drawings for the building - and a public consultation will run until June before a planning application is submitted over summer.
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Artist's impressions of £50m Edinburgh Filmhouse plan
by Amber Wilkinson, Courtesy of EIFF
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