The sculpture is a representation of the Registers, in a scroll form and marks the 300th anniversary of the Registers of Scotland. Suspended at various heights are nineteen iconic buildings from 1617-2017. The buildings represent a cross section of architectural design and usage, from palaces to crofts, churches to tea houses, hospitals to eco houses. Each of the buildings is simplified to its significant form and modelled in polymer clay, pierced, coloured and threaded onto the scroll form. The royal and cobalt blue represent the original colour and the lighter blue used since 2003 in the Saltire. The sculpture is in the collection of the Registers of Scotland.