The James M MacLaren Society encourages interest in architectural heritage, especially the work of James Marjoribanks MacLaren and his colleagues and successors in the arts and crafts and Scottish vernacular traditions.


Information about annual lectures can be found on the Annual Lectures page

Volume 14 of the Journal now published

This Journal features an article by Alan Calder on Andrew Prentice, a Scots architect who came to specialise in typical Cotswald houses.

 


Members of the Society receive a copy of the Journal as part of their membership. To find out about membership or about buying copies of the current or previous volumes of the Journal go to the About the Society page.

      


            Prentice: Court Farm, Broadway