Reach and Hall Architects has two projects on the RIAS Awards shortlist for the 2022 competition, geographically spread and typologically diverse. Nominations have also been made for Mary Arnold-Forster Architects, Collective Architecture, Stallan-Brand, Konishi Gaffney, Moxon Architects, and Paper Igloo, among other firms.
Following the announcement of the winners of these awards – which are Scotland’s counterpart to the RIBA Regional Awards – the shortlist for the RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award will be revealed in June. Additionally, they will be considered for RIBA National Awards.
In addition to a new school and college buildings in Cumnock, Falkirk, and Jedburgh, Loader Montieth’s refit of Peter Womersley’s landmark 1957 High Sunderland house in Galashiels, a community center in Fife, and cutting-edge low-energy residences, the nominated projects are dispersed throughout the nation.
RIAS president Christina Gaiger said that the shortlist for the 2022 RIAS Awards “displays a true breadth, illustrating that architectural brilliance in Scotland comes in all forms and sizes.”
- Barony Campus, Cumnock by Sheppard Robson
- Forth Valley College, Falkirk by Reiach and Hall Architects
- Fungarth House, Dunkeld by Mary Arnold-Forster Architects
- Glenkinchie Distillery, Tranent by Michael Laird Architects
- Havenfield Mews, Edinburgh by Sonia Browse Architects
- Hebridean House, Isle of South Uist by Greig Penny Architecture
- High Sunderland, Galashiels by Loader Monteith
- Inverness Justice Centre, Inverness by Reiach and Hall Architects
- Jedburgh Grammar Campus, Jedburgh by Stallan-Brand Architecture + Design
- Lockerbie Sawmill, Dumfries by Konishi Gaffney
- Ostro Passivhaus, Kippen by Paper Igloo
- Quarry Studios, Ballater by Moxon Architects
- The Den, Glasgow by Technique Architecture and Design
- The Larick Centre, Tayport by Collective Architecture
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