Scenic Routes Awards
LATEST PHASE: Launched in August 2015, we are proud of further success of our recent alumni, and look forward to visiting their projects completed by end March 2016.
The architectural press reviewed and praised the latest successes in the face of lots of competition, to create small installations for walkers in some of the most important and scenic sites in all of Scotland'.
WINNER TOMINTOUL - 'A Language of Stone' by Dan Tyler and Angus Ritchie of 'Processcraft'.
Shortlisted DEVIL'S ELBOW - Iodhlann. Ruairidh Campbell Moir 'Bard'.
Dan and Angus also had a design 'THE LOOKOUT' selected for construction whilst students, by the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Authority. We have been very successful in their competition with four projects built or underway and more to come.
The Lookout' also won a GIA 'Small Works': Design Award Commendation 2015. The 'Scenic Routes' scheme is a Scottish Government funded project that seeks to enhance Scotland’s natural landscapes by developing a series of small interventions along key tourist routes. The designers are either students or recently qualified. Our winners were Part 2 graduates or current architecture students; John Kennedy, Ruairidh Campbell Moir, Daniel Tyler and Angus Ritchie, Sean Edwards (with Stephane Toussaint and Daniel Bar).
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