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RIAS Awards 2022 Winners

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9 March 2022

RIAS Awards Winners in 2022

RIAS announces the 14 projects shortlisted for Scotland’s national architecture awards

The hunt for Scotland’s best new buildings of 2022 has begun. The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) is revealing the 14 buildings in the running for the 2022 RIAS Awards.

The shortlisted buildings for the 2022 RIAS Awards 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 Galashields, a community centre in Fife and pioneering low energy homes.

The shortlisted buildings for the 2022 RIAS Awards are:

RIAS Awards 2022 Shortlisted Buildings

• 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

The RIAS Awards demonstrate the quality and breadth of architectural endeavour in Scotland. All types and size of architectural project can win a RIAS Award, and all shortlisted buildings will be assessed by an expert jury who look at each project’s architectural integrity, sustainability criteria, usability, context, delivery and execution.

The winners of the 2022 RIAS Awards will be announced in June and go on to form the ‘longlist’ for the RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award, with Scotland’s ultimate architectural accolade being announced later in the year.

RIAS President Christina Gaiger PRAIS said:
“There’s a real breath to the 2022 RIAS Awards shortlist, demonstrating that architectural excellence in Scotland comes in all shapes and sizes. Most of this year’s shortlisted buildings were delivered during the Covid-19 pandemic and are a testament to the resilience of their architects, clients and construction teams in the face of extraordinary social and economic uncertainty. Delivering outstanding architecture which pushes briefs, boundaries and the systems we work within is not easy – and I am full of admiration for the teams who delivered this fantastic shortlist in the face of such extraordinary challenges.”

• Barony Campus, Cumnock design by Sheppard Robson
Barony Campus, Cumnock by Sheppard Robson

Barony Campus, Cumnock by Sheppard Robson Architects
photos @ Keith Hunter

• Forth Valley College, Falkirk design by Reiach and Hall Architects
Forth Valley College, Falkirk building by Reiach and Hall Architects

Forth Valley College, Falkirk by Reiach and Hall Architects
photos courtesy of architects office

• Fungarth House, Dunkeld design by Mary Arnold-Forster Architects
Fungarth House, Dunkeld by Mary Arnold-Forster Architects

Fungarth House, Dunkeld Perthshire by Mary Arnold-Forster Architects
photos courtesy of architects practice

• Glenkinchie Distillery, Tranent design by Michael Laird Architects
Glenkinchie Distillery, Tranent by Michael Laird Architects

Glenkinchie Distillery, Tranent interior design by Michael Laird Architects
photos @ Keith Hunter

• Havenfield Mews, Edinburgh design by Sonia Browse Architects
Havenfield Mews, Edinburgh by Sonia Browse Architects

Havenfield Mews, Edinburgh building by Sonia Browse Architects
photos courtesy of architects practice

• Hebridean House, Isle of South Uist design by Greig Penny Architecture
Hebridean House, Isle of South Uist by Greig Penny Architecture

Hebridean House, Isle of South Uist, Scotland, by Greig Penny Architecture
photos © Greig Penny

• High Sunderland, Galashiels, Scottish Borders, design by Loader Monteith
High Sunderland, Galashiels by Loader Monteith

High Sunderland, Galashiels by Loader Monteith Architects
photos © Dapple Photography

• Inverness Justice Centre, Inverness design by Reiach and Hall Architects
Inverness Justice Centre, Inverness design by Reiach and Hall Architects

Inverness Justice Centre building design by Reiach and Hall Architects
photos courtesy of architects practice

• Jedburgh Grammar Campus, Jedburgh, Scottish Borders, design by Stallan-Brand Architecture + Design
Jedburgh Grammar Campus, Scottish Borders, design by Stallan-Brand Architecture + Design

Jedburgh Grammar Campus building Scottish Borders
photos © Andrew Lee

• Lockerbie Sawmill, Dumfries design by Konishi Gaffney
Lockerbie Sawmill, Dumfries design by Konishi Gaffney

Lockerbie Sawmill Dumfries building design by Konishi Gaffney
photos courtesy of architects practice

• Ostro Passivhaus, Kippen design by Paper Igloo
Ostro Passivhaus, Kippen design by Paper Igloo

Ostro Passivhaus Kippen house design by Paper Igloo
photos © David Barbour

• Quarry Studios, Ballater, Royal Deeside, design by Moxon Architects
Quarry Studios, Ballater, Royal Deeside, design by Moxon Architects

Quarry Studios, Ballater, Royal Deeside building by Moxon Architects
photos © Tim Soar

• The Den, Glasgow design by Technique Architecture and Design
The Den, Glasgow design by Technique Architecture and Design

The Den, Glasgow building by Technique Architecture and Design
photos © Dapple Photography

• The Larick Centre, Tayport design by Collective Architecture
The Larick Centre, Tayport design by Collective Architecture

The Larick Centre, Tayport building design by Collective Architecture
photos © Andrew Lee

Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland

Background

The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) was founded in 1916 as the professional body for all chartered architects in Scotland and is the foremost institute in the country dealing with architecture and the built environment. A champion of architecture and the built environment in Scotland, the RIAS supports the interests of its growing membership, united through its six regional Chapters, to promote the importance of well-designed buildings and places.

The RIAS Awards demonstrate the quality and breadth of architectural endeavour in Scotland. All types and sizes of architectural projects can win a RIAS Award. The buildings will next be assessed by an expert jury who look at each project’s architectural integrity, usability and context, delivery and execution, and sustainability.

The Jury for the 2022 RIAS awards is comprised of Murry Kerr (founder of Denizen Works and Jury chair), Christina Gaiger (current RIAS President), Audrey Carlin (CEO of WASP Studios), and Tony Chapman (writer, filmmaker and former RIBA Head of Awards).

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RIAS Awards 2022 Winners information from RIAS 090322

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photo © David Barbour
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