The RIAS Awards 2018 winners are (listed alphabetically):


Barmulloch Residents Centre, Glasgow (£1.5m)

Collective Architecture for Barmulloch Community Development Company


Bath Street Collective Custom Build, Edinburgh (£883k)

John Kinsley Architects for Bath Street Collective Custom Build Ltd


The Black Shed, Isle of Skye (contract value not for publication)

Mary Arnold-Forster Architect for a private client


Boroughmuir High School, Edinburgh (£26.3m)

Allan Murray Architects Ltd for Children & Families Department, City of Edinburgh Council


Clydebank Leisure Centre, West Dunbartonshire (£21.9m)

Kennedy FitzGerald Architects LLP for West Dunbartonshire Council


The Engine Shed, Stirling (£5.3m)

HES with Reiach and Hall Architects


Humpty House, Angus (contract value not for publication)

Ben Scrimgeour Building Workshop for Mr & Mrs Ben and Rosemary Scrimgeour


Leith Fort, Edinburgh (£11.6m)

Collective Architecture & Malcolm Fraser Architects for Port of Leith Housing Association / City of Edinburgh Council


Lochside House, West Highlands (contract value not for publication)

Haysom Ward Miller Architects for a Private Client


McEwan Hall, Edinburgh (contract value not for publication)

LDN Architects for The University of Edinburgh


Nucleus, The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and Caithness Archive, Wick (contract value not for publication)

Reiach and Hall Architects for The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority


St Cecilia's Hall Concert Room and Music Museum, Edinburgh (contract value not for publication)

Page Park Architects for The University of Edinburgh


RIBA National Awards in Scotland

Three projects were also awarded an RIBA National Award. They were:

Boroughmuir High School, Edinburgh - Allan Murray Architects Ltd

Lochside House, West Highlands - Haysom Ward Miller Architects

Nucleus, The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and Caithness Archive, Wick -

Special Category Awards:


The winner of the Wood for Good/Forestry Commission Scotland Award for the Best Use of Timber was:

Bath Street Collective Custom Build, Edinburgh

John Kinsley Architects for Bath Street Collective Custom Build Ltd


The joint winners of the Historic Environment Scotland Award for Conservation and Climate Change were:


Burmieston Steadings, Perth and Kinross

Ben Scrimgeour Building Workshop for Burmieston Farm

and

The Garment Factory, Glasgow

Morgan McDonnell Architecture for Castleforge Partners


The winner of the RIAS/Saint-Gobain Emerging Architect Award was:

Eilidh Henderson, PagePark Architects for St Cecilia’s Hall, Edinburgh


The winner of the Scottish Government Scotland’s Client of the Year Award was:

It’s Good 2 Give for The Ripple Retreat


The 12 RIAS Award winners becomes the shortlist for the RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award, supported by the Doolan family and the Scottish Government (to be presented in November).


Stewart Henderson, President of the RIAS, commented:


“When shortlisting this year's entries for awards the panel were struck by the continuing high standard of submissions. The quality of architecture being produced the length and breadth of the country is hugely impressive. Practices, large and small, continue to demonstrate the strength and purpose of the profession in Scotland. The quality of contemporary Scottish architecture is well worthy of celebration. These awards demonstrate that buildings of all scales and throughout the country are exemplary in their design, execution and in what they deliver for their clients, users and communities.”