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The Royal Institute Of British Architects (RIAS) Has Revealed The 14 Structures That Will Compete For Scotland’s Architectural Awards In 2022

RIAS reveals 14 buildings in running for Scotland’s 2022 architecture awards

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.”

The shortlist

  • 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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