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RIAS announces shortlist for 2008 RIBA Awards

April 16 2008

The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) has announced a Scottish shortlist of 10 buildings for the 2008 RIBA Awards.
The judging panel is chaired this year by Jamie Fobert, architect and winner of the 2003 Manser Medal, and also includes Arnie Dunn, President of the RIAS and Daphne Thissen, Acting Head of the Press and Culture Department of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

RIAS President, Arnie Dunn, said: "We are delighted that Scotland has once again come up with such a strong list of submissions. These buildings are undoubtedly among the best in the UK and we are hopeful that Scotland will achieve a significant number of RIBA awards this year."

An announcement of the jury's decision will be made on 29th May.

The shortlist for Scotland comprises the following buildings:

BBC Scotland at Pacific Quay, Glasgow
David Chipperfield Architects

Castlemilk Stables, Glasgow
Elder and Cannon Architects

Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre, Culloden Moor
Gareth Hoskins Architects

G20 (phase1), 51-353 Glasgow Harbour Terraces
Gordon Murray + Alan Dunlop Architects

Hazlewood School, Glasgow
Gordon Murray + Alan Dunlop Architects

Lochside View, Cumbernauld Road, Glasgow

New Arts Faculty Building for the University of St Andrews, The Scores
Reiach and Hall Architects

Piers Arts Centre, Victoria Street, Stromness
Reiach and Hall Architects

Todlaw Supported Housing, Duns
Oliver Chapman Architects

St Aloysius Residence and Spirituality Centre, 70 Hill Street, Glasgow
Elder and Cannon Architects

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