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BUILDING OF THE YEAR AWARD 2012 & BEST USE OF TIMBER AWARD

BUILDING OF THE YEAR AWARD 2012 & BEST USE OF TIMBER AWARD

Award Entry

The ‘Real Stirling Prize’ Building of the Year Award 2012 competition was launched during our spring CPD event on Thursday 22nd March 2012 at the Raploch Community Campus, Stirling.

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Russwood, (www.russwood.co.uk) a provider of high quality flooring, cladding and decking products, is sponsoring the awards this year and John Russell, Managing Director of Russwood (pictured above with Stephen Lynas), commented, “We are keen to continue supporting Scottish architects and, as such, are delighted to be sponsoring the Stirling Society’s Building of the Year award. In the past the standard of entries has been exceptional and we are confident that this year will be no exception.”

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The Stirling Society of Architects Design Awards have been established with the aim to recognise and promote the creation of good architecture and good design generally – to recognise architects, and clients, who have collaborated in the creation of well designed buildings and to encourage others .

In particular, the awards seek to recognise some of the excellent work created by local architects and created within the Stirling Chapter area comprising Stirling, Falkirk and Clackmannanshire areas. Entries are accepted from any Chartered Architect throughout Scotland who has completed a building in the Chapter area.

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The award has been established to recognise the best building in the chapter area with other projects of exceptional merit being awarded commendations.

The winner of the Chapter Design Award is granted automatic free entry to the annual RIAS Doolan Prize, an award that carries a £25,000 prize.

Awards application forms are attached and we would encourage entries, not only from your own portfolio, but also if there are other notable buildings in the Chapter area that you may wish to identify.

(images are of  the winning entry for the 2011 awards, Cairneymount Church by Arka Architects)

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We are also pleased to note there will also be an additional award category this year for ‘The Best Use of Wood’ kindly sponsored by Forestry Commission Scotland and Wood for Good with a prize fund available of £500 for the winning entry.

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Click link to download Entry form - SSA Design Awards 2012 Entry Form