Architects’ Showcase: Inverness Justice Centre by Reiach and Hall Architects
In the run up to the Scottish Property Awards on March 25, SCN will highlight shortlisted entries in the two Architectural Excellence Award categories in its new Architects’ Showcase feature.
Architectural Excellence Award (Public Use)
The Inverness Justice Centre; Reiach and Hall Architects
The Inverness Justice Centre is a new landmark public building for the city and a clear representation of the changing face of justice – the first purpose-built facility of its kind in Scotland. The building is designed to ensure the justice system is accessible, modern and fit-for-purpose. As well as modern court and tribunals facilities, a range of justice and support organisations are brought together in the centre. This approach supports victims, witnesses, litigants and other users, with specially designed facilities for children and vulnerable witnesses.
The full shortlist includes:
- Elgin and Appin Ward (Stobhill Mental Health Estate), Glasgow; Keppie Design, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde and hub West Scotland
- Forth Valley College, Falkirk Campus; Reiach and Hall Architects
- Gairloch Museum; LDN Architects & Simpson Builders
- Inverurie Community Campus; Halliday Fraser Munro
- The Inverness Justice Centre; Reiach and Hall Architects
- Tullibody South Campus, Alloa; Keppie Design
The finalists in the Architectural Excellence Award (Commercial Use) category are as follows:
- Clydesdale Community Hub, South Lanarkshire; Grant Murray Architects
- Ka Pao Restaurant, Glasgow; Mosaic Architecture & Design
- Rutherglen Links Office Pavilions, Glasgow; Keppie Design
To be included in our Architects’ Showcase, simply submit up to 350 words describing your latest project, it’s interesting and innovative features and any challenging or distinctive features to firstname.lastname@example.org.