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EAA Awards 2019 winning projects revealed

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May 23 2019

EAA Awards 2019 winning projects revealed

The Edinburgh Architectural Association has published the names of half a dozen diverse winners of its 2019 awards programme, including a data-driven innovation hub and a barnstorming residential development

The winners were drawn from nineteen shortlisted projects, each of which has been completed by a registered architect operating within the RIAS chapter area.

Five categories were up for grabs with Bennetts Associates carrying the day in the large project award with the Bayes Centre.
It was joined by LDN’s St John’s Church which won out in the regeneration and conservation field together with Blackford Road by Konishi Gaffney Architects which topped the respective small project category.

Meanwhile, LBA’s Liberton Barns scooped the wood award and the ambassador award for the best building to be built out with the region was given to JM’s Alyth Primary.

The winners were decided by a panel headed by EAA vice president Nicholas Taggart of 7N Architects.

Alyth Primary secured an ambassador award for JM Architects. Image Dapple Photography
Alyth Primary secured an ambassador award for JM Architects. Image Dapple Photography
Blackford Road by Konishi Gaffney Architects topped the small project bill. Image by Nanne Springer
Blackford Road by Konishi Gaffney Architects topped the small project bill. Image by Nanne Springer

Liberton Barn took home the wood award for LBA. Photo by Vanessa Rankin
Liberton Barn took home the wood award for LBA. Photo by Vanessa Rankin
St John's Church by LDN Architects headed the regeneration and conservation category
St John's Church by LDN Architects headed the regeneration and conservation category

The Bayes Centre by Bennetts topped the large project category. Photo Keith Hunter
The Bayes Centre by Bennetts topped the large project category. Photo Keith Hunter
The Borders Distillery by Gray McPherson Architects shared conservation honours. Photograph by Keith Hunter
The Borders Distillery by Gray McPherson Architects shared conservation honours. Photograph by Keith Hunter

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