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Award winning Edinburgh based architects
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RIAS Doolan Award 2018

We are absolutely delighted to have won the RIAS Doolan Award 2018. We are very grateful to the RIAS, the Scottish Government and the Doolan family for their continued support of architecture in Scotland.

Although we practice in difficult times with huge pressures on budgets and limited resources, we found ourselves on a shortlist of finely observed and made pieces of work. We are therefore immensely proud that the judges selected Nucleus. For us it is a building that attempts to explore a cultural as well as a physical landscape.

https://www.reiachandhall.co.uk/civic/nda-archive-wick

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Scottish Design Awards 2018

Reiach and Hall had a great night at the Scottish Design Awards 2018, collecting a total of three awards.

The Proposed Building Award for The Million Seater Stadium, The Public Building of the Year Award for Nucleus [The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and Caithness Archive] and The Chairman’s Award for Architecture, which was given to Nucleus [The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and Caithness Archive].

We were also delighted for rankinfraser landscape architects who picked up the award for Public Realm/Landscaping in recognition of their contribution to the City for Glasgow College City Campus.

Well done to everyone involved.

https://www.reiachandhall.co.uk/leisure-retail-sport/million-seater-stadium

https://www.reiachandhall.co.uk/civic/nda-archive-wick

https://www.reiachandhall.co.uk/education-research/city-of-glasgow-college-city-campus-glasgow

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The ‘Real’ Stirling Prize

Reiach and Hall Architects would like to congratulate Historic Environment Scotland and the Engine Shed on their award for Best Building in 2018 – presented by the Stirling Society of Architects at their annual Awards ceremony.

Reiach and Hall Architects worked on the Engine Shed with HES and are delighted that this project has been recognised in its local chapter. The building also picked up an award for Best Use of Stone at the same awards.

Chief Executive, HES, Alex Paterson said:

“recognition for the work that went in to creating the fantastic facility”

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Planning for Kilmartin

Reiach and Hall Architects have received full planning permission for The Kilmartin Museum Redevelopment on behalf of Kilmartin Museum Trust.

Plans for the £6.7million redevelopment project have been supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and assist in the creation of an ambitious new Museum to hold Kilmartin’s growing collection.

The project will create more museum exhibition space to bring hidden treasures to light – including the three earliest ‘Beaker’ pots ever found in Britain. These and other internationally important artefacts, focus on the unique aspects of the area’s natural and cultural heritage.

https://www.reiachandhall.co.uk/arts-cultural/kilmartin-museum-mid-argyll

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Scottish Design Awards Shortlist

The Scottish Design Awards 2018 shortlist has been announced and we’re pleased to have four of our projects included in this year’s shortlist. Our Nucleus building is shortlisted in the Public Building category; the National Centre Inverclyde for sportscotland is shortlisted in the Leisure/Culture Building or Project category; our work with Historic Environment Scotland is shortlisted in the Regeneration, Education and Public Building categories; and our Million Seater Stadium is shortlisted in the Proposed Building category. Award winners are to be announced at the annual awards dinner on 23rd August 2018.

https://www.reiachandhall.co.uk/civic/nda-archive-wick

https://www.reiachandhall.co.uk/leisure-retail-sport/national-centre-inverclyde

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Reiach and Hall at the RSA

Reiach and Hall Architects are delighted to be included in the annual RSA Open Exhibition of Architecture 2018.

Two pieces of work are on display – Kilmartin Museum Redevelopment (left) and the Science Teaching Hub with The University of Aberdeen (right). Both projects are illustrated with a visualisation and a model image.

The RSA Open Exhibition of Architecture is on show until Wednesday 6 June 2018.

https://www.reiachandhall.co.uk/arts-cultural/kilmartin-museum-mid-argyll

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RIBA National Award

Reiach and Hall are delighted to have been awarded an RIBA National Award 2018 for Nucleus - The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and Caithness Archive, Wick.

RIBA National Awards are the most rigorously judged awards for architectural excellence in the UK. A building that wins an RIBA National Award sets the standard for great architecture across the country.

A total of 49 National Awards were given out this year, with 3 of these awarded to Scottish Projects.

As a national awards winner the project will now be part of the longlist for the RIBA Stirling Prize, which will be announced in October.

https://www.reiachandhall.co.uk/civic/nda-archive-wick

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RIAS Awards

Reiach and Hall were thrilled to collect two RIAS Awards at this year’s Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) Awards ceremony.

The Engine Shed (completed with Historic Environment Scotland) and our Nucleus building (The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and Caithness Archive, Wick) were amongst the 12 award winners representing the very best current Scottish architecture.

The Judges praised both buildings in their citations, noting:

The Engine Shed - "The judges were unanimous in their view that this was an outstanding project. The re-use of the existing elements of the building together with the very subtle and well executed extensions demonstrated considerable skill."

Nucleus - "The judges unanimously felt that this was an impressive industrial building which created an ethereal and beautifully sculpted building. Security issues in the design of the landscape did not detract from the panel's view that this was an excellent building."

Both The Engine Shed and Nucleus will now move forward to be considered for the RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award.

https://www.reiachandhall.co.uk/civic/nda-archive-wick

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Kilmartin Museum Receives HLF

We are delighted to hear that our work with the Kilmartin Museum has received a £3.2m funding boost from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Having won the competition to be involved in the Kilmartin Redevelopment in 2013, we are pleased that the project has had support from HLF to help it move forward and realise a new era in the study of this important archaeological landscape.

Kilmartin Glen is remarkable for its rare alignment of culture, landscape and light. There is a unique quality to its orientation and layered complexity of landforms that collude to create a place apart, a sacred place. These qualities were recognised by ancient cultures whose enigmatic structures and rock drawings heighten the spiritual sense of this place. These ancient cultures left indelible marks.

The new museum is imagined as a vessel, a building that sensitively mediates between objects, people and the broader landscape. The building fulfils two basic needs: one is to simply support people while the other is to contain and display precious and fragile artefacts – safely, securely and beautifully.

https://www.reiachandhall.co.uk/arts-cultural/kilmartin-museum-mid-argyll

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Reiach and Hall at the RSA

Reiach and Hall Architects are delighted to be included in the annual RSA Open Exhibition of Architecture 2018.

Two pieces of work are on display – Kilmartin Museum Redevelopment (left) and the Science Teaching Hub with The University of Aberdeen (right). Both projects are illustrated with a visualisation and a model image.

The RSA Open Exhibition of Architecture is on show until Wednesday 6 June 2018.

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