The Royal Incorporation of Architects Scotland (RIAS) has unveiled the 14 buildings in the running for the 2022 RIAS Awards. The shortlisted buildings are spread widely across the country and include new school and college buildings in Cumnock, Falkirk, and Jedburgh, the restoration of an iconic Modernist house in Galashiels, a community center in Fife, and pioneering low energy homes.
The RIAS Awards recognizes quality projects of all types and sizes in Scotland, evaluated for their architectural integrity, sustainability criteria, usability, context, delivery, and execution. They will be assessed by a jury consisting of Murray Kerr, Christina Gaiger PRIAS, Audrey Carlin, and Tony Chapman. The winners of the competition will be announced in June and go on to form the longlist for the RIAS Andre Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award, with the accolade being announced later in the year.
The shortlist can be viewed below:
Barony Campus, Cumnock by Sheppard Robson
Forth Valley Campus, Falkirk by Reiach and Hall Architects
Fungarth House, Dunkeld by Mary Arnold-Forster Architect
Glenkinchie Distillery, Tranent by Michael Laird Architects Limited
Havenfield Mews, Edinburgh by Sonia Browse Architects
Hebridean House, South Uist by Greig Penny Architecture Ltd
High Sunderland, Galashiels by Loader Monteith Architects
Inverness Justice Centre, Inverness by Reiach and Hall
Jedburgh Grammar Campus, Jedburgh by Stallan-Brand
Lockerbie Sawmill, Lockerbie by Konishi Gaffney Architects
Ostro Passivhaus, Kippen by Paper Igloo Ltd
Quarry Studios, Ballater by Moxon
The Den, Glasgow by Technique Architecture and Design Ltd.
The Larick Centre, Tayport by Collective Architecture Ltd
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