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RIAS/RIBA reveal Scottish awards shortlist

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March 27 2015

RIAS/RIBA reveal Scottish awards shortlist
The Royal Incorporation of Architects has named a 24-strong shortlist for this year’s awards calendar after receiving 65 submissions of work from around the country.

Iain Connelly, president of the RIAS, commented: “The judges will visit all 24 shortlisted schemes to determine which are worthy of an award. The judges are considering a plethora of projects of different scale and type, but they will only be rewarding those projects which they feel best address the key role of architecture: to improve the quality of people’s lives. Looking at this brilliant list, they’ve got a tough job ahead.”

This year’s judging panel included Julia Barfield, Marks Barfield; Karen Cunningham, Director: Festival of Architecture 2016; Hugh Dutton Hon FRIAS, Hugh Dutton Associés and Stuart Goodall, Director of Wood for Good.

Winners will be announced at the RIAS Awards Dinner on 17 June at the Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh.


The shortlist in full:
Alloa Civic Centre, LDN
Alloa Civic Centre, LDN
Arcadia Nursery, Malcolm Fraser
Arcadia Nursery, Malcolm Fraser

Beach House, Dualchas
Beach House, Dualchas
Bonnington House, benjamin Tindall Architects
Bonnington House, benjamin Tindall Architects

Dalmunach Distillery, Archial Norr
Dalmunach Distillery, Archial Norr
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Sutherland Hussey
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Sutherland Hussey

Glasgow Film Theatre, NORD
Glasgow Film Theatre, NORD
Glasgow Studio, JM
Glasgow Studio, JM

Highland Steading, Marcus Lee and cameronwebster architects
Highland Steading, Marcus Lee and cameronwebster architects
lamb's House, Groves Raines Architects
lamb's House, Groves Raines Architects

laurieston, Page\Park and Elder & Cannon
laurieston, Page\Park and Elder & Cannon
Maggie's Lanarkshire, Reiach & Hall
Maggie's Lanarkshire, Reiach & Hall

maybole, Austin Smith Lord
maybole, Austin Smith Lord
mid Rock House, WT Architecture
mid Rock House, WT Architecture

Penicuik House, Simpson & Brown
Penicuik House, Simpson & Brown
Ravelston Dykes, Richard Murphy
Ravelston Dykes, Richard Murphy

Regency Dormer Window, Konishi Gaffney
Regency Dormer Window, Konishi Gaffney
Rosefield, A449
Rosefield, A449

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Malcolm Fraser
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Malcolm Fraser
Shields Centre, Anderson Bell + Christie
Shields Centre, Anderson Bell + Christie

Southside Steading, WT Architecture
Southside Steading, WT Architecture
Steven Holl Architects with jmarchitects
Steven Holl Architects with jmarchitects

Theatre Royal, Page\Park
Theatre Royal, Page\Park
West Burn Lane, Sutherland Hussey
West Burn Lane, Sutherland Hussey

2 Comments

Dom
#1 Posted by Dom on 27 Mar 2015 at 20:11 PM
Great shortlist, quite a few interesting projects and a good variety of scale, use and design approach
visitor
#2 Posted by visitor on 15 Apr 2015 at 12:45 PM
Agree with Dom. Great to see not only the quality, but the diverse range and scale of projects, right down to the ubiquitous dormer window.

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