THE judges have been named for the architecture section of a Scotland-wide awards competition, celebrating the best of the country’s design.
The Scottish Design Awards 2023 has named a six-strong judging panel for the architecture categories, ‘early bird’ entries to the awards (here) being taken until the tenth of next month.
The panel comprises:
Heather Claridge, director of design, Architecture & Design Scotland;
John Glenday, publisher, Urban Realm magazine;
Akiko Kobayashi, founder, Akiko Kobayashi;
Shelley McNulty, head of design, Manchester School of Art and partner at McNulty Architecture & Design;
Alistair Scott, co-founder, Smith Scott Mullan Associates; and
Andy Summers, co-founder, Architecture Fringe.
Picture credit: Scottish Design Awards 2023