The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) today revealed the buildings which the jury has agreed should be short-listed for the prestigious RIAS Andrew Doolan Award 2007. They are:
Princess Gate, a housing development in Edinburgh designed by Malcolm Fraser Architects;
Hazelwood School in Glasgow for students with multiple disabilities, designed by Gordon Murray & Alan Dunlop Architects;
Maggie's Centre, a cancer care centre in Kirkcaldy designed by Zaha Hadid Architects;
Fettes College Sixth Form Centre & Residence in Edinburgh, designed by Page\Park Architects;
Bridge Arts Centre in Glasgow designed by Gareth Hoskins Architects;
New Arts Faculty building for the University of St Andrews and the Pier Arts Centre in Orkney, both designed by Reiach & Hall Architects.
The jury will be visiting the short-listed projects during October and the winner will be announced at the award presentation and dinner on the evening of Friday 2 November at The Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh. Previous award winners include Dance Base, Edinburgh (2002); St. Aloysius College, Clavius Building, Glasgow (2004) and Maggie's Cancer Care Centre, Inverness (2006).