EAA 2015 – 26-31 Charlotte Square & Advocate’s Close Have Been Shortlisted Twice
Posted on March 11, 2015 by admin
The Edinburgh Architectural Association has announced a shortlist of projects for the 2015 EAA Awards. We are thrilled that two of our projects, Advocate’s Close & 26-31 Charlotte Square, have both been shortlisted twice. Each project has been included in the Building of the Year and the Regeneration and Conservation Award Categories and will go head to head at a drinks event at the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation on Tuesday 31st March.
As noted on the EAA website, awards are designed to create a showcase for the Architectural profession to demonstrate its skills and contribution to the environment and the economy highlighting the excellent work undertaken within the EAA Chapter Area and by Architects in general.
An exhibition of all short-listed entries http://www.eaa.org.uk/about/news/2015/march/2015-eaa-awards-shortlist-announcement/ will be held in the RIAS Joyce Deans Room at 15 Rutland Square in Edinburgh from 19th March until 28th April 2015.
Charlotte Square Shortlisted For More Awards
Posted on June 18, 2014 by admin
We are delighted to reveal that 26-31 Charlotte Square has been nominated for a further 2 awards in 2014. The first is for best ‘Development on the Ground’ at the Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning in recognition of the bold but sensitive extension and refurbishment of the 6 Grade A listed townhouses. The second nomination is for the AJ Retrofit awards, a UK wide prize that recognises and celebrates design excellence that prolongs and improves the life of the built environment.
Both awards will announce their winners later in the year.
Charlotte Square Wins At Scottish Design Awards
Posted on June 6, 2014 by admin
It was a successful night at the Scottish Design Awards as Charlotte Square scooped the prize for ‘Re-Use of a Listed Building’. Our Advocate’s Close project was also commended in the ‘Regeneration’ category. Both projects were up against stiff competition within their respective categories, and are up for Best Building in Scotland at the RIAS Awards later this month.
The full list of winners on the night can be found at the Scottish Design Awards website.
Shortlists Announced For Scottish Design Awards 2014
Posted on April 9, 2014 by admin
Finalists for this years Scottish Design Awards have just been announced!
We’re delighted to be shortlisted for 3 projects: Advocate’s Close (Regeneration), The Devil’s Advocate (Interior Design) and 26-31 Charlotte Square (Re-Use of a Listed Building). The winners will be announced in June.
The full list of categories and respective finalists can be found on the Scottish Design Awards website.
Charlotte Square & Advocate’s Close Shortlisted For RIAS Awards
Posted on March 25, 2014 by admin
We are delighted to share that two of our recently completed projects at Charlotte Square and Advocate’s Close have been shortlisted by the RIAS for their 2014 awards. Both projects have been recognised for their exceptional design and impact on their respective areas in the New Town and Old Town in the heart of Edinburgh.
Of Charlotte Square, the judging panel commented that “This prestigious development deftly connects a row of restored townhouses with new-build. The covered, linking, courtyard is an appropriate transition between the restored townhouses and the contemporary block behind.”
In reference to Advocate’s Close, the panel added that the redevelopment is “Urban weaving at its most complex, connected into the existing patterns of Edinburgh’s upper Old Town, the project connects refurbished historic properties with new-build. A substantial mixed development, full of interest.”
The two projects are amongst a total shortlist of 26 across Scotland. The award winners will be announced in June 2014.
Charlotte Square & Advocate’s Close Win At Scottish Property Awards
Posted on March 5, 2014 by admin
We are delighted to announce that two of our recently completed projects, Advocate’s Close and 26-31 Charlotte Square, have won top honours at the Scottish Property Awards 2014.
Charlotte Square took home the award for Architectural Excellence (Commercial Buildings), while Advocate’s Close scooped the award for Development of the Year as well as being merited for City Regeneration of the Year at the awards held in Edinburgh on February 27th.