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Shortlist revealed for 2016 Saltire Society Housing Design Awards

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THE shortlists have been announced for this year’s Saltire Society Housing Design Awards.

The winners in each of the five categories, along with the recipient of the Saltire Medal, will be revealed at the annual awards ceremony, which takes place on Thursday 30 June at the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation.

This year’s event will feature a ‘Test of Time’ discussion as part of the Saltire Society’s 80th anniversary celebrations as well as marking 2016 as Scotland’s official Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design.

Judging panel guest chair Kirsty Wark said, “I am very much looking forward to chairing this year’s Housing Design Awards in such a significant year for the Saltire Society, particularly when 2016 is also the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design in Scotland. There’s so much creativity in the housing sector in Scotland, such thoughtful forward thinking architecture and design which enhances our cityscapes and landscapes, so that our houses can be a joy to experience, either dwelling in them…or admiring them!”

The shortlisted entries are as follows; 

Multiple Housing Development

Ronald McDonald House, Glasgow

Sighthill Regeneration, Glasgow

Alterations, Renovation and Extensions

Blakeburn, Melrose

Saltcoats Steading, Gullane, East Lothian

Sunken Extension, Edinburgh

Solen Vinklar, Edinburgh

East Claremont Street, Edinburgh

Muckle Roe Chapel, Shetland

Single Dwelling New Build

Tigh Na Croit, Gorstan, Ross-shire

Landscape in Housing

Tudsbury Court, Craigmillar

Commonwealth Games Athletes Village, Glasgow

Blakeburn, Wester Housebyres, Roxburghshire

Stoneywood (Part One), Aberdeen

Innovation in Housing

Panmure, Glasgow

Hab Lab

Aboyne Grange, Aboyne

Anderston Regeneration Phases 4&5, Glasgow

The Rings, Cupar

 

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