The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) have announced the winners of the 2014 RIAS Awards. Selected from the 83 entries, these buildings represent the best in Scottish architecture from the past year. This year Glasgow buildings make up significant number of the 13 winners, demonstrating the positive results of the city gearing up to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games later this summer.
The RIAS Awards are held in parallel with the RIBA National Awards, with submitted projects eligible for both. This year, 4 RIAS Award winners were also RIBA National Award winners. See the full list of winners after the break.
261 West Princes Street, Glasgow / Elder & Cannon Architects
Advocates Close, Edinburgh / Morgan McDonnell Architecture Ltd
The Birks Cinema, Aberfeldy / Robin Baker Architects
Clydebank East Workshops, Glasgow / Elder & Cannon Architects
House No. 7, Isle of Tiree / Denizen Works Ltd
The Inn at John O’Groats / GLM
Knockando Woolmill, Knockando / LDN Architects
Scottish Water – The Bridge, Stepps / Reiach & Hall Architects
Special Category Awards:
Best Use of Timber: The Inn at John O’Groats / GLM
Conservation and Climate Change: Knockando Woolmill / LDN Architects
Client of the Year: Friends of The Birks Cinema