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Shortlist revealed for RIAS/RIBA Awards 2017

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March 29 2017

Shortlist revealed for RIAS/RIBA Awards 2017
The Royal Incorporation of Architects has revealed a shortlist of 27 projects for this year’s RIAS/RIBA Awards following a first round of judging.

This year’s panel includes Karen Anderson, Lorraine Landels, RIAS president Willie Watt and Stuart McKnight of the RIBA.

Watt, commented: “Year on year the quality of Scottish Architecture is on the rise. Despite an economic climate which continues to squeeze fees and challenge professionals’ ability to deliver, Scotland’s architects are delivering work of truly international quality to serve our citizens and communities.

"Last year’s Festival of Architecture shone a bright light on both historic and contemporary Scottish buildings, literally highlighting a tradition of excellence. That tradition continues and as this brilliant shortlist demonstrates, Scotland’s architecture is in very good heart.”

There were eleven winners named in the 2016 awards run.


In alphabetical order the shortlisted projects are:

Aerial Adventures, East Kilbride
Taylor Architecture Practice Ltd (T.A.P.)

City of Glasgow College – City Campus, Glasgow
Michael Laird Architects / Reiach and Hall Architects

Dalkeith Corn Exchange, Dalkeith
Michael Laird Architects

Due West, Argyll & Bute
cameronwebster architects

Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries, Dunfermline (contract value: £9.1m)
Richard Murphy Architects

Eastwood Health and Care Centre, Glasgow (contract value: £12.1m)
Hoskins Architects

Edinburgh Road, Musselburgh
A449 LTD

Fernaig Cottage, Wester Ross
Scampton and Barnett Architects

FetLor Youth Club, Edinburgh (contract value: £1.5m)
James Robertson Architect

Glendale Primary School and Bunsgoil Ghàidhlig Ghleann Dail, Glasgow (contract value: £12.2m)
Glasgow City Council – DRS Project Management & Design

Holyrood North Student Accommodation and Outreach Centre, Edinburgh (contract value: £47m)
jmarchitects and Oberlanders Architects

INEOS Headquarters, Grangemouth
Michael Laird Architects

James Gillespie’s Campus, Edinburgh (contract value: £28.5m)
jmarchitects

Moray Place, Edinburgh
Somner Macdonald Architects

Newhouse of Auchengree, North Ayrshire
Ann Nisbet Studio

Noss Primary School, Wick
Ryder Architecture

Oriam – Scotland’s Sports Performance Centre, Edinburgh (contract value: £24m)
Reiach and Hall Architects

Pennywell Residential Regeneration, Edinburgh
Barton Wilmore

Portobello High School, Edinburgh (contract value: £30m)
jmarchitects

Powis Place, Aberdeen (contract value: £10.5m)
Carson & Partners

Rockvilla – National Theatre of Scotland HQ, Glasgow (contract value: 4.9m)
Hoskins Architects

Rosefield Home Studio, Edinburgh (contract value: £33k)
Chambers McMillan Architects Ltd

Ruins Studio, Dumfries (contract value: £430k)
Lily Jencks Studio + Nathanael Dorent

Scottish National Waterski Centre, Dunfermline (contract value: £125k)
Taylor Architecture Practice Ltd (T.A.P.)

Thistle Foundation Centre of Wellbeing, Edinburgh
3DReid

Tinhouse, Isle of Skye (contract value: £110k)
Rural Design

Windmill Community Campus, Kirkcaldy (contract value: £26.5m)
Fife Council Property Services

2 Comments

ARB
#1 Posted by ARB on 30 Mar 2017 at 09:09 AM
So, Lily Jencks is an architect is she? Don't think ARB know that...Nor her 'collaborator'

http://www.lilyjencksstudio.com/ljs-ruin-studio
boaby wan
#2 Posted by boaby wan on 30 Mar 2017 at 12:25 PM
@ARB - interesting point, especially as its the most interesting building on the list...
(although it does look like they have a registered Architect on the books...)
good luck to them!

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