EAA Awards 2019 Shortlist Announcement


A restored City Observatory, the first Scotch Whisky Distillery to operate in the Borders since 1837 and a data driven innovation hub are just some of the diverse projects shortlisted in the EAA Awards for Architecture 2019.
In total 46 submissions were received across 5 Categories resulting in a shortlist of 19 individual projects. All projects are designed by registered architects and built within the chapter area*, with exception to the Ambassador Award which is built out with the chapter. All shortlisted Projects will be eligible for the coveted Building of the Year Award – sponsored by Taylor Maxwell.

Large Project – sponsored by Russwood

22 Observatory Road - Zone Architects
Bayes Centre - Bennets Associates
Brunswick Road - ISA
Fraser Avenue - Phase 1 - 7N Architects
St John's Church, Edinburgh - Alteration and Extension - LDN Architects
Collective on Calton Hill - Collective Architecture

Regeneration & Conservation – sponsored by Cupa Pizzaras

The Borders Distillery - Gray McPherson Architects LLP
Sutherland & Co. studio - Sutherland & Co.
St John's Church, Edinburgh - Alteration and Extension - LDN Architects
Collective on Calton Hill - Collective Architecture

Small Project – sponsored by Fakro

Blackford Road - Konishi Gaffney Architects

Moray Place - David Blaikie Architects
Braid Road - Somner Macdonald Architects
Sutherland & Co. studio - Sutherland & Co.
Jessfield Terrace Extension - Konishi Gaffney Architects

Ambassador Award – sponsored by JML SIPS

Kesson Court Housing - Icosis Architects
Stamford Hill - ISA / Stockwool
North Pier Harbour Building - Oberlanders Architects LLP
Alyth Primary School - J M Architects
Queen's Cross Church - Lee Boyd Ltd

Wood Award - sponsored by Forestry Commission Scotland and Wood for Good

22 Observatory Road - Zone Architects
Liberton Barns - LBA
University of Edinburgh - Edinburgh Law School - LDN Architects
Collective on Calton Hill - Collective Architecture

We’re also delighted to reveal the 2019 Judging Panel, chaired by recently elected EAA Vice President Nicholas Taggart of 7N Architects. Joining Nicholas on the panel are Head of School at the Mackintosh School of Architecture Prof. Sally Stewart, EAA Council Member and Director at 3DReid Alastair Cook, and Project Officer at the Port of Leith Housing Association Kate Duckham.

The judging panel will visit each of the shortlisted projects before announcing the results at a drinks reception at St Cecilia’s Hall – winner of the 2018 Regeneration & Conservation Award - on Wednesday 22nd May 2019. Tickets for this free event are available through Eventbrite



Last modified at 8:47am on Wed 22nd May 2019