The Outlook Tower is a building in Edinburgh, Scotland, on the Castlehill section of the Royal Mile next to Edinburgh Castle. It was purchased and refurbished by Patrick Geddes in 1892, who transformed it into a "place of outlook and a type-museum as a key to a better understanding of Edinburgh and its region, but also to help people get a clear idea of its relation to the world at large"
Patrick Geddes was a committed believer in the exhibition as a vehicle of education.
These speculative projects reflect upon the city: its forms, its images, its oneiric certainties. These include photograph, video and installation projects, most of which are also web-based.