October 15 2004The Saltire panel have completed their tour of the country looking for Scotland’s best new housing developments.
The tour included visits to the following:
The Drum, Bo’ness by Vernon Monaghan
The Schroder Buildings, Hanson Park, Glasgow by Elder and Cannon Queen Elizabeth Gardens Phase B, Glasgow by Elder and Cannon,
The Icon Building, Glasgow by Elder and Cannon
Wellpark Church flats, Lynedoch Street, Greenock by Chris Stewart Architects,
Queens Gardens, Glasgow by Comprehensive Design Architects
St Cuthberts, Maybole by A-S:L
Littlestane Court, Irvine by A-S:L
House at Dalguise, Dunkeld by Tom Morton at ARC
Barehillock Steading,Tarland, Abeerdeenshire by Michael Rasmussen Architects
Wormit, Newport-on-Tay by Pask and Pask Architects
Lotte Glob House Sutherland By Gokay Deveci
Succoth Avenue, Edinburgh by Reiach and Hall
Ronaldson’s Wharf, Edinburgh by Dignan Read Dewar and Fraser Brown McKenna
Old Fishmarket Close, Edinburgh by Richard Murphy
The Canongate, Edinburgh by Arcade Architects
Minnow House, Edinburgh by Nicholas Groves-Raines.
The winners of this year’s awards will be announced on 18 November at the Lighthouse The awards will be handed out by a Scottish Minister and will be followed by a lecture by Irish architect Derek Tynan. Derek Tynan Architects has picked up awards for a number of housing projects in Dublin, including Shangan housing in Ballymun and Printworks at Temple Bar.