EAA Winners, 2007, Buildings, Ball, Exhibition

EAA Annual Awards for Architecture 2007

Edinburgh Architectural Association : Awards, Edinburgh

EAA Awards 2007

Entry Deadline was 21 Jan 2008

EAA Awards – shortlist

Shortlist Exhibition 11 Feb – 7 Mar @ RIAS
EAA Awards & Ball: 14 Mar @The Balmoral – mail@eaa.org.uk

EAA Awards 2006
EAA Annual Awards for Architecture 2006 – Winners

Category 1 – Building of the Year Award (former Silver Medal) : Winner
The Scottish Storytelling Centre – Malcolm Fraser Architects
Scottish Storytelling Centre

Category 1 – Building of the Year Award (former Silver Medal) : Commendation
Telford Drive – Gordon Murray + Alan Dunlop Architects
Telford Drive

Category 2 – Regeneration/Conservation Award (former Bronze Medal): Winner
HBoS – Malcolm Fraser Architects
HBoS

Category 3 – Small Projects Award: Winner
Garden Room at 27 Hermitage Gardens, Edinburgh – david blaikie architect
Hermitage Gardens

Category 3 – Small Projects Award: Commendation
Heriot Toun Studio – Reiach and Hall Architects
Heriot Toun

Category 3 – Small Projects Award: Commendation
2 Wellfield, Swinton – Oliver Chapman Architects
2 Wellfield

Edinburgh Projects submitted for EAA Award
Cowgate Housing
Dr Bell’s Centre
Drumsheugh Gardens
Edinburgh Academy Science Centre
Edinburgh Quay 2
Eyre Place
Jordan Lane
Keegan Flatman
Lauder Road
Letham Mains
Oddfellows Hall
St Andrews New Arts Faculty
St Georges Junior School
SASA
SmartCityHostels
Whittingehame Tower

EAA Awards 2005
Edinburgh News
Silver Medal winner – RBS Headquarters
Silver Medal runners-up: Richard Murphy Architects + Reiach and Hall Architects
Bronze Medal winner – Malcolm Fraser Architects
Small Projects Award – 3 Seton Mains for Paterson Architects

EAA Awards + Ball: 0131 229 7545 mail@eaa.org.uk

EAA Ball 23 Mar 2007, The Hub




EAA Awards – Previous Results 2005/04/02:

Architecture Books

EAA Awards – Exhibition

Jenners




Scottish Parliament

Missoni Hotel Edinburgh

Harvey Nichols

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EAA Awards 2007 – page