Scots architecture award winners revealed

SEVEN projects have been named winners of annual awards celebrating the best of Scottish architecture.

The awards – organised by the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland – include two university buildings and a new residential property in North Ayrshire – and all the winners now go on to compete for a shortlist ahead of the ‘top prize’, the RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award.

The seven projects are:

Campus Central, University of Stirling, by Page\Park Architects;

Cuddymoss, North Ayrshire, by Ann Nisbet Studio (pictured);

Half of Eleven, Isle of Skye, by Dualchas Architects;

Hundred Acre Wood, Argyll and Bute, by Denizen Works;

Laidlaw Music Centre, University of St Andrews, by Flanagan Lawrence;

Papple Steading, East Lothian, by cameronwebster architects with Ian Parsons Architect; and

Pilmour House, St Andrews, by Nicoll Russell Studios.

The Doolan Award shortlist will be announced next month, ahead of the winner announcement in November. 

More details of each of the projects can be found, here, on the RIAS website.

Picture credit: David Barbour

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