Scots trio triumph at UK-wide architecture awards

THREE Scots entries have made it a top 30 list of ‘best buildings’, UK-wide.

The trio have been named among awards announced – here – by the UK-wide Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).

All three were named by the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) among its six Scotland award winners, announced at the start of the month – here, and reported here on

They are: Cuddymoss, by Ann Nisbet Studio; Hundred Acre Wood, Argyll & Bute, by Denizen Works; and Laidlaw Music Centre, University of St Andrews, by Flanagan Lawrence.

All the RIBA Awards winners go on to compete for the Stirling Prize, as Britain’s ‘best building’, which will be announced on Thursday October 19.

Pictured: Cuddymoss, Picture credit: David Barbour

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