Dynamic Place Awards, Scotland, Dates, Winners, Deadlines

Dynamic Place Award : Architecture Competition

Architecture Prize, UK

Dynamic Place Awards – Winners 2005

Built Environment
Winner: Edinburgh Quay Phase One
Highly Commended: The Matrix, Glasgow
Commended: Perth Concert Hall; Eastgate Theatre and Arts Centre; Old Fishmarket Close; Gallie Craig Coffee House; The Groatie Hoose

Winner: Gorbals Library and Real Learning Centre, Glasgow
Highly commended: Sabhal Mor Ostaig, Isle of Skye; Craigmillar Business
Incubator Project, Edinburgh
Commended: Cornton Vale Community Garden; Linn Park Playground and Garden for Children with special needs; Ormlie Regeneration Project; Whitehill
Neighbourhood Regeneration; Rosneath Environmental Project

Winner: 7stanes, Dumfries & Galloway
Highly Commended: Bringing Confidence into Public Transport; My Future’s in Falkirk; Woodschool
Commended: The Storr Unfolding Landscape; HI ARTS Project

Supreme Award
7stanes, Dumfries & Galloway

The Dynamic Place Awards, now in their fifth year, celebrate excellence in place making and innovation in Scotland

Winners for the 2005 contest were announced at a ceremony at Scottish Climbing Centre, Ratho, near Edinburgh 24 Nov

Dynamic Place Awards Shortlist 2005

Built Environment
Auchterarder Community School: Anderson Bell Christie Architects
Conversion of the Old Sheriff Court, Glasgow: Parr Architects Glasgow
Edinburgh Quay – Phase One: Michael Laird Architects
Gallie Craig Coffee House: Scottish Enterprise Dumfries and Galloway
Housing at Old Fishmarket Close, Edinburgh: Richard Murphy Architects
Perth Concert Hall at Horsecross: BDP Architects
Relocation & Restoration of “The Groatie House”: Kirkwall Community Council
Rutherglen Streetscape: South Lanarkshire Council
The Eastgate Theatre & Arts Centre: Richard Murphy Architects
The Matrix: Davis Duncan Architects
The Matrix – Courtyard & Public Spaces: City Design Co-operative Limited

Community Development
Cornton Vale Women’s Prison Community Garden: Beechgrove Gardens
Craigmillar Business Incubator Project (CBIP): Craigmillar Business Incubator
Gorbals Library and Real Learning Centre: Libraries, Information and Learning
Linn Park Playground + Gdn for Children with Special Needs: Beechgrove Gds
Ormlie Regeneration Project: Ormlie Community Association Ltd
Rosneath Environmental Project: Dunbritton Housing Association
Sabhal Mor Ostaig: Sabhal Mor
Whitehill Neighbourhood Regeneration: Mike Wood

7Stanes (Mountain Bike & Infrastructure): Forestry Commission Scotland
Bringing Confidence into Public Transport: Nicoll Russell Studios
My Future’s in Falkirk: Falkirk Council
The Storr Unfolding Landscape: nva organisation
Woodschool: Woodschool Jedburgh
Highlands and Islands Arts Project: HI – ARTS

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Architecture Competition Winners 2005

Roses Design Awards

Stirling Prize : Scottish Parliament

UK Architecture Competitions – 2004 / 2005

Stirling Prize
from above RIBA Architecture Awards Competition
Awards on Oct 15 2005Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh
Foster & Partners won the Stirling Prize 2004 for Swiss Re, London

Roses Design Awards
All UK designers/architects excl. London area: Carnyx Group
13 Oct 2005, Manchester
Ian Simpson Architects won the Roses Awards 2002

Better Public Buildings
PM Award
Winner – 2005: Jubilee Library, Brighton
Bennetts Associates with Lomax, Cassidy and Edwards

BCO Awards
BCO Architecture Awards Commercial Workplace winner 2004: Scottish Gas

Civic Trust Awards 2005 – Architecture Competition
Civic Trust Awards Scotland
Deadline Sep 2005

The Pritzker Architecture Prize
The world’s most prestigious architecture award: Zaha Hadid as the first woman recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, the 2004 Laureate

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Contemporary Architects

Architecture Awards

RIBA Awards
Saltire Awards
Scottish Design Awards

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