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In my first year as President I am pleased to see our Annual Design Awards continue to attract such a high number of entries. As the industry continues to recover from the recession of 2008 it was encouraging to receive 63 entries from 38 architectural practices for the 2014 awards. 46% of the projects submitted were located in Glasgow but projects were as far reaching as Aberdeen, Dumfries and even Cumbria. Now in its 35th year the GIA Awards acknowledge and recognise the talent which exists within our Chapter. Awards portray the trends and considerations of their time, they give our clients and the wider public confidence in the industry, and perhaps most importantly they can also provide the platform for emerging architects. ‘Woven Sound’ designed by recent Strathclyde University graduate, John Kennedy, for the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park was a deserving winner of this year’s Small Works Award and it is also encouraging to see the continued success of TOG Studio. The diversity of this year’s entries exemplifies the resourcefulness of the architects practising within the GIA chapter. Projects included an art school building, a train station, a church and not one but two bandstands! Judging such a diverse list of projects is not easy so I would like to personally thank all of this year’s GIA judges. Each judge kindly gave up their time to visit the shortlisted projects and their expert contribution is essential to ensure the awards process is fair and transparent. Thanks also has to go to our 2014 GIA Award Sponsor, Lightworks Scotland. The support of our sponsors is of course essential to ensure the continued success of our annual programme of events.

FOREWORD GIA PRESIDENT Michael Dougall

The GIA Design Awards 2014 has been kindly sponsored by Lightworks Scotland


GIA PRESIDENT’S FOREWORD p2 GIA: WHAT WE DO p5 AWARDS: SUPREME AWARD p6 AWARDS: CONSERVATION p12 AWARDS: EDUCATION p18 AWARDS: COMMERCIAL p46 AWARDS: LEISURE/ ARTS

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SUSTAINABILITY AWARD p64 AWARDS DETAILS p75 GIA: COMMUNICATIONS p25 GIA: ARCHITECTUR E, PEOPLE & PLACES

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GIA: EDUCATION p17 GIA: PRACTICE & CPD

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GIA: 2016: Year of Architecture

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GIA: Springburn Competition

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GIA: RIAS to RIBA Cycle

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GIA: Awards Dinner p70 GIA: CONTACT US p75 SPONSORS p71

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GLASGOW INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS

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Michael Dougall (President) | Victoria Batters (Vice President) | Gordon Reid (Honorary Treasurer) | Michael Jarvis (Past President)

The Glasgow Institute of Architects (GIA) is the largest Chapter in the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS). With over 1200 members located from the Scottish Borders to the islands of Argyll, the chapter covers a diverse membership. The business of the Institute is run by a Council who sit on various committees covering Architecture People and Places, Communications, Education, Practice/CPD and Conservation-Sustainability; and in 2015 a new committee has been established to develop and promote the 2016: Year of Architecture. The Council is made up of elected volunteers from the Chapter membership, an Honorary Treasurer and Secretary. A President is elected and serves a two year term, followed by a two year Past President role; other council members sit for three years as voting members. GIA Council members also serve on RIAS Council and report on issues concerning the Chapter, and RIAS members as a whole. Members can raise issues with their local Chapter for discussions at RIAS. The Institute administers Student Awards, gifted annually to students in each academic year of both the Glasgow Schools of Architecture, and has since 1979 presented Design Awards to recognise excellence in architecture by Chapter members. GIA is also responsible for continuing to award a Triennial travelling studentship for young members, now known as the Alexander Thomson Scholarship, which was created by our founding body, the Glasgow Architectural Society, in honour of their onetime President. The award promotes the study of Classical Architecture. The GIA regularly hosts events such as CPD seminars and building visits for architects and organises workshops, competitions and publications in association with community groups and charitable organisations. The Glasgow Institute of Architects’ main focus is to engage with its members to provide a supporting role and in the promotion of architecture in the Chapter Area.

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Seona Reid Building Glasgow

Architect: Steven Holl Architects. JM Architect, associate Architects Client: Glasgow School of Art Contract Sum: £30million

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CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABILITY

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David Millar (Convenor Conservation) | Catherine Cosgrove (Convenor Sustainability) | Jonathan McQuillan | Douglas Taylor | Emma Morton | Andrew Paul | Qian Zou

Over this last year we have been working with Springburn Winter Gardens Trust on this year’s annual GIA Design Competition. The brief is to provide an intervention in the area in front of the structure that the Trust can use for community events. The competition helped provide a timetable that drove other actions that will help the long term aim of saving the building: - the formation of Springburn Winter Gardens Trust; carrying out a full structural survey of the building; and RCAHMS carrying out a 3D laser scan of the existing structure. Developing the competition brief also brought the trust many new contacts and subsequent discussions have identified that there may be a long term arts based use for the building. Full details of the competition are reported elsewhere in this brochure. One of the outcomes of the project is that we intend to create a short guide, “Small Steps to Saving a Building”, based on how the project has developed over this last year and which could be of use to other community groups in a similar situation. We are currently designing an exhibition of the competition process which will be held in the Lighthouse in early 2015. We continue to develop links to other conservation and sustainability groups and provide input to other GIA committees, notably the CPD and Education committees. Looking to the next year, our committee will be concentrating on how we can bring conservation and sustainability aspects to the Glasgow parts of the 2016 Year of Architecture celebration.

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GIA Design Competition

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An Intervention at Springburn Winter Gardens The first of our small steps towards saving Springburn Winter Gardens took place in September 2013 on Doors Open Day weekend, when we held a community consultation event in Mosesfield House in Springburn Park. The community left us in no doubt that they wanted to save the structure and that they were prepared to put their time into doing so. A working group of local people helped us to develop the competition brief while they formalised into the Springburn Winter Gardens Trust. Glasgow City Council are fully supportive of this community led approach and have made a commitment to help stabilise the structure. The competition was launched on 20 August 2014, the date that the Commonwealth Games baton relay visited Springburn Park. By the time the competition closed we had received twenty five entries. Maklab printed these entries as 3D models and we held an initial judging vote on the first morning of Doors Open Day this year. A shortlist of five finalists was put forward for the public judging. This was held throughout September and October at Mosesfield House, the local sports centre, the local shopping centre, the Old Glasgow Society, the community space in one of the high rise flats and at the local offices of NG Homes, the competition sponsor. A total of 324 votes were cast and there were only three votes between the top two places. We asked the SWG Trustees to hold a deciding vote and the winner chosen was the design by James Hand and Nik Klahre. Second place went to The City of Play Design, with third place going to Ruggero Lancia and Leonardo Pugin. An exhibition of the models will be held at the Lighthouse between 29th January and 15th March 2015.

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CONSERVATION

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Kelvingrove Bandstand & Amphitheatre Glasgow

Architect: Page\Park Client: Glasgow Building Preservation Trust Contract Sum: £1.6 million

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COMMENDATION Hutchesons Hall Refurbishment Glasgow

Architect: The Pollock Hammond Partnership Client: National Trust for Scotland Contract Sum: £0.7million

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COMMENDATION New Bridge Street Ayr

Architect: ARPL Architects Client: Ayr Renaissance Contract Sum: £1.34 million

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EDUCATION

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Nicholas Roberts (Convenor) | David Maciver | Gus Young | Gordon Carswell | Dele Adeyemo | Will Gunn | Ju Li | Iveta Smidtaite | Massimo Sannino

In the year of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow welcomed many thousands of people into the city. To celebrate this, the Education Committee were resident for two weekends in The Lighthouse promoting the best of Glasgow Architecture. During this time we gave out 500 free GIA tote bags and 500 specially commissioned Glasgow Architecture maps as well as giving away over 2000 free publications relating to Scottish and Glasgow architecture. The yearly student exhibitions at the Mackintosh School of Architecture and Strathclyde University gave our judging panel two inspirational days. Speaking at our awards ceremony were two recent graduates from Strathclyde University, talking about their experience of designing and building a site specific installation as part of Scottish Scenic Routes – a vital initiative giving young architects the opportunities and exposure that their talent deserves. Next year we are looking forward to launching the next Triennial Alexander Greek Thompson Scholarship, as well as a continued focus on promoting the work of Glasgow’s two schools of Architecture.

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EDUCATION

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PHOTOGRAPHY © Andrew Lee

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Kirkmichael Primary School Ayrshire

Architect: Holmes Miller Client: South Ayrshire Council Contract Sum: £2.15 million

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Seona Reid Building Glasgow

Architect: Steven Holl Architects. JM Architect, associate Architects Client: Glasgow School of Art Contract Sum: £30million

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COMMENDATION 50 George Square and the David Hume Tower Basement Edinburgh

Architect: Page\Park Client: Edinburgh University Contract Sum: £15million

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COMMUNICATIONS

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Victoria Batters (Convenor) | Elaine Keenan | Fiona Sinclair | Emma Wood | Francesca Edge | Caroline Dearden

The Communications Committee works throughout each GIA session to promote the work of the Glasgow Institute of Architects and to engage the members in the activities of the Institute. Our primary functions are organising and promoting the GIA Annual Design Awards, producing the GIA Annual Design Awards Publication, producing the GIA Newsletters and maintaining the GIA website. We also organise and promote the GIA Annual Members’ Dinner. Attended by over 190 members, this is our most popular and historic event. Each year the annual Design Awards are announced at the dinner. The communications committee also regularly produces press releases. We maintain links with the press, publishers and other bodies interested in the promotion of architecture. If you wish to discuss any of the above, or wish further information, visit us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or email us at communications@gia.org.uk.

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ARTS | LEISURE

AWARD 2014


PHOTOGRAPHY © Andrew Lee

AWARD Kirroughtree Visitor Centre Galloway Forest Park

Architect: JM Architects Client: Forestry CommissionScotland Contract Sum: £3.4 million

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AWARD GFT Glasgow

Architect: NORD Client: The Glasgow Film Theatre Contract Sum: £0.8million

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AWARD HAL Pavilion Glasgow

Architect: ZM Architecture Client: House for an Art Lover Contract Sum: £0.45million

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ARCHITECTURE, PEOPLE AND PLACES

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Stephen Miles (Co- Convenor) | Chris Stewart (Co- Convenor) | Clara Carriga | Isabel Garriga | Barbara Clark | Sam Patterson

The Architecture, People and Places Committee was formed in 2008 with the following objective: “The promotion of Architectural and Urban Design matters that can provide tangible benefit to the wider public.” The group’s role is wide ranging. Through the committee GIA can engage meaningfully with National and Local Political leadership, local authorities and other professional groups on matters of policy in relation to architecture and design.


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RIAS to RIBA Charity Cycle

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On the morning of Friday 19th September a team of 11 architect cyclists set off from the RIAS in Edinburgh on an epic 450 mile journey to the RIBA offices in London all in support of the Architects Benevolent Society (ABS). Our President Michael Dougall, who is a keen cyclist and member of Glasgow Green Cycling Club, led the way and was joined by Andrew Cardwell, Rupert Daly and Neal Whittaker of Collective Architecture, Marc Kilkenny of Marc Kilkenny Architecture, Nicholas Bone of Keppie Design, Matt Bridgestock of John Gilbert Architects, Carlo Guidi of INK Design, David Kennedy of Paul Davis and Partners, GIA Past President Michael Jarvis of MAST Architects and former GIA Vice President Stuart Gray. A minor incident on Princes Street involving our President and the cities new tram lines held the team up slightly but after leaving the capital the journey was incident free and an average of 115 miles were covered each day. Thankfully these colossal distances were broken up by much needed feed stops provided by the MYB Textiles support car. Various cameo appearances along the way helped keep the riders moral high. On Saturday the team was joined by three riders from Faulkner Brown Architects and on Monday the Portland to Portland riders and Assael Architects guided the riders safely into London. The whole team are simply overwhelmed by the level of support and sponsorship which has been received in recognition of their efforts. A special thank you has to go to the event sponsors; Gerflor UK, MYB Textiles, and Ryder Architecture. At GIA Annual on Fridaybetween 14th November a cheque Anthe exhibition of theAwards modelsand willMembers be held atDinner the Lighthouse 29th January and was presented to Laura Tomlinson of ABS to the sum of £7871.30. A combined total 15th March 2015. from the charity cycle which raised £5746.04 and the awards dinner raffle which raised £2125.26. Sunand Prasad, President of ABS, said: “As President of the ABS and cyclist, I am thrilled to hear of the Edinburgh to London charity cycle ride in support of the ABS instigated by the Glasgow Institute of Architects. Best wishes and huge thanks in advance to all ten riders. I hope some of us will bring our fresh legs to your last leg in to Portland Place and the RIBA HQ.” Robert Ball, Chief Executive of ABS, said: “This is a wonderful effort on behalf of the Society and we are so grateful to all those taking part in the long ride from Edinburgh to London. We all wish you the very best of luck. Thank you!” GIA AWARDS 2014

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RESIDENTIAL

AWARD 2014


PHOTOGRAPHY © Tom Manley

AWARD Charleston Square Paisley

Architect: FBN Architects Client: Loretto Housing Association Contract Sum: £5.4million


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North Glasgow House Glasgow

Architect: Studio Kap Client: Gary and Lynn Kennedy Contract Sum: £0.5million


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COMMENDATION Argyle Street Anderston, Glasgow Architect: Collective Client: Sanctuary Scotland Contract Sum: £5.2million

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COMMENDATION Helensburgh House Glasgow

Architect: McInnes Gardner Client: Private Contract Sum: £0.6million

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PHOTOGRAPHY © Keith Hunter

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Scottish Crime Campus Gartcosh

Architect: BMJ Architects with Ryder Architecture Client: Scottish Government Contract Sum: £49million

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Clydebank East Workshops Glasgow

Architect: Elder and Cannon Client: Clydebank Rebuilt Contract Sum: £1.5million

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COMMENDATION Dalmarnock Station Glasgow

Architect: Atkins Client: Network Rail Contract Sum: £3million (excluding ground works)

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COMMENDATION Bridgegate House Irvine

Architect: Ian Springford Architects Client: North Ayrshire Council Contract Sum: £6.3million

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SMALL WORKS

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Scottish Scenic Routes: Falls to Falloch Loch Lomond

Architect: Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Client: Scottish Government Contract Sum: £82,000

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Main Stair GSA Assembly Hall Glasgow

Architect: JM Architects Client: Glasgow School of Art Contract Sum: £1.73million for complete project

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COMMENDATION Scottish Scenic Routes Pilot Balquhidder Loch Lomond

Architect: Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Client: Scottish Government Contract Sum: £82,000

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COMMENDATION Laboratorio Espresso Glasgow

Architect: DO Architecture Client: Scott McGarry, Scott Parson Contract Sum: £24,000

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WOOD FOR GOOD AWARD Noust Boathouse Scarinish / Isle of Tiree Architect: Tog Studio

This award has been sponsored by Wood For Good at Napier University and is part of the UK’s wood promotion campaign on behalf of the British timber Industry. The award is given to a project which displays an outstanding and innovative use of timber and is judged across all the categories.

Client: Tiree Maritime Trust Contract Sum: £25,000

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Forestry Commission Scotland and Wood for Good sponsors of Best Use of Timber Award


PRACTICE AND CPD

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Rob Campbell (Convenor) | Steven Innes | Elspeth McNeill | Karen Parry | Hannah MacFarlane | Darren Macdonald

The committee has had another busy year. In August a visit was made to the GSA “Reid” building. The visit was fully attended and well received. Also in August we hosted a half day “outreach” event in Dumfries. This was chaired by our President Michael Dougall and was well attended by local members. At the end of August a further building visit was arranged to Notre Dame School. The visit was also fully attended and again well received. CPD at the Lighthouse re-commenced in September with a talk on “soft landings” and was followed in October with a talk on flat roofing and the year was finished off in November with a talk on the SBCC Minor Works Building Contract with Contractors Design. For the latter event numbers were swelled up to 78 with candidates sitting Part 3 Examinations ! We managed to squeeze in a further building visit to the new Southern General Hospital at the end of November again fully attended. The CPD programme continues in January, February and March with talks on Health and Safety, Pre-qualification questionnaires and using the media, and BIM. Subjects for the 2015/ 2016 CPD series include a technical update on the use of wood and metal roofing, copyright, Passivehaus, Standard Forms of appointment and the ARB Code of Conduct and, hopefully, talks from our GIA award winners. The committee is also reviewing how the GIA might help to support sole practitioners/ small practices. Thanks must be given to everyone who has supported the committee this year including the Lighthouse, our speakers and committee members.


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All projects entered for a GIA Design Award are eligible in the Sustainability category and are nominated for consideration by the various members of the judging panel. There were a number of projects put forward this year, and by way of a reflection of the high standard of entries, the judges decided to present a commendation as well as an award. The criteria considered included the environmental, social, and economic aspects of the projects.


PHOTOGRAPHY © Dave Morris

AWARD Bridgegate House Irvine

Architect: Ian Springford Architects Client: North Ayrshire Council Contract Sum: £6.3million

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PHOTOGRAPHY Š Internal - Barry Young, External - Douglas Bodell

COMMENDATION Restoration & Extension Middleburn Cottage Dumfries and Galloway

Architect: Robert Potter & Partners Client: Mr B Young and Mrs L Rothwell-Young Contract Sum: undisclosed

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COMMENDATION Laboratorio Espresso Glasgow

Architect: DO Architecture Client: Scott McGarry, Scott Parson Contract Sum: £24,000

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GIA 2014 ANNUAL DINNER

This year’s GIA awards dinner was held at Oran Mor in Glasgow, with Professor Robin Webster OBE, chair of the judging panel announcing the award winners. Steven Holl Architects’ recently completed Seona Reid Building at the Glasgow School of Art has received the Glasgow Institute of Architects Supreme Award for 2014. Designed in collaboration with JM Architects, the building emerged as the clear winner from a shortlist of sixty-three schemes submitted from across the GIA Chapter area. Robin Webster commended the project as, “An outstanding building of international significance, technically innovative and operationally highly successful and enjoyable. It is a beacon for Glasgow.” Runner up, and a winner in the Residential Category, was the affordable housing at Charleston Square in Paisley by Fraser Brown Newman Architects, with a special mention going to a winner in the Small Works Category, being the new steel stair in the Students’ Association Assembly Hall at GSA, also by JM Architects. Now in its thirty-fifth year, the GIA Design Awards acts as a barometer for the work of its Chapter practices, all of which are eligible to enter schemes both at home and abroad. Additionally, architects working outwith the Chapter area – which stretches north from the Scottish Borders along the west coast to the islands of Argyll – are welcome to submit projects completed in the GIA area. Underlining the wide range of building projects completed during 2014, this year’s winners included Kirkmichael Primary School in South Ayrshire by Holmes Miller, the refurbished Kelvingrove Bandstand in Glasgow by Page\Park Architects, and the Scottish Crime Campus at Gartcosh, by BMJ Architects with Ryder Architecture. In total, there were twelve design awards and nine commendations, the Scottish Scenic Routes pilot project in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park picking up one of each. Dr Lori McElroy MBE, Programme Director of SUST at The Lighthouse, presented an award and two commendations in the Sustainability category, the award going to the refurbishment of Bridgegate House in Irvine, where Ian Springford Architects took a tired office block built in 1966, completely re-modelled it, and improved its EPC rating from ‘F+’ to ‘B’. The project aims to achieve a BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent’. Guest speaker at the Awards Dinner was adventurer, broadcaster and author Mark Beaumont, who generously shared the stage with architect and lecturer James Mitchell of Orkidstudio, a non-profit humanitarian design organisation of which Mark Beaumont is patron. 70

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GIA Also attending the dinner was Laura Tomlinson, External Relations Manager at the Architects Benevolent Society, in support of which a raffle on the evening raised over £2,000. Added to the £5,700 already raised by the eleven GIA cyclists who in late September rode from RIAS to RIBA in aid of the charity, this represents an exceptional year of fundraising on the part of the Institute.

THE GLASGOW INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS DESIGN AWARDS 2014 was kindly sponsored by LIGHTWORKS

WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT OVER £2000 WAS RAISED ON THE NIGHT FOR THE ARCHITECTS BENEVOLENT SOCIETY

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ENTER THE GIA AWARDS 2015 Entry to the GIA Design Awards sponsored will be available from 1st August 2015. The entry form is on our website at www.giaorg.uk/awards. The Supreme Award winner, Awards winners and Commendations will be announced at the GIA Annual Members Dinner on 14 November 2015. This year’s categories include: • Conservation • Education • Healthcare • Office/Commercial/Industrial/Retail • Leisure/Arts • Residential • Small Works (under £250,000) All entries will be considered for three additional awards – The GIA Sustainability Award, the GIA Supreme Award and the “Wood for Good Award”. The GIA Supreme Award will be awarded to either the most outstanding building on the final shortlist, the best body of work by an individual or a practice, or for an outstanding contribution to the GIA.

RULES The awards are open to Chartered Architects, individuals or practices working in the GIA Chapter area. They are also open to practices that are not members of the GIA but have completed buildings within the GIA Chapter area. Buildings should be complete at the time of entry submission and should not have been eligible for the previous year’s awards. Clients must be notified of any entry to the awards. JUDGING Entries will be judged by category. Judges will be assessing entries against the criteria of ‘good architecture and buildings, whether new or adapted, which express good design in terms of function and effectiveness as well as aesthetics’. Judging will take place over October and shortlisted buildings will be visited by the judges. You may be contacted to arrange access to the building. Entrants should not attend on judges visits. The GIA reserve the right not to grant an award or commendation in any or all categories. The judges’ decisions will be final. COPYRIGHT In submitting an entry to the GIA Annual Design Awards, entrants permit the GIA to use all images and text in publications, websites, exhibitions and displays in connection with the GIA Annual Design Awards. Entrants should refrain from submitting material to which they do not own copyright if they do not have permission of the copyright holder. Entrants are required to submit a maximum of 6No. images of no more than 3mb each. 1No. plan drawing should also be submitted to aid in building visits. SUSTAINABILITY AWARD All entries will be judged against the criteria of sustainability and an award will be given to the project that, in the opinion of the judges, best meets this criteria. ENTRY FEE Cost is £60 per submission. Multiple submissions are welcome. Payment should be by paypal or for other payment methods, please contact communications@gia.org.uk DEADLINE The deadline for entries is start September 2015. 72

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CONTACT THE GLASGOW INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS PRESIDENT president@gia.org.uk TREASURER treasurer@gia.org.uk SECRETARY secretary@gia.org.uk ARCHITECTURE PEOPLE PLACES app@gia.org.uk COMMUNICATIONS communications@gia.org.uk CONSERVATION SUSTAINABILITY con-sus@gia.org.uk EDUCATION education@gia.org.uk PRACTICE & CPD

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