Edinburgh Architectural Association

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St John’s Church was last night named Building of the Year as the Edinburgh Architectural Association unveiled the winners of its 2019 awards programme. Drawn from 15 shortlisted projects from 46 submitted entries located within the Edinburgh chapter, the winners were announced at a drinks rec

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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 by the Edinburgh Architectural Association (EAA) for its 2019 awards. In total the EAA Awards for Architecture 2019

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The Edinburgh Architectural Association (EAA) has issued a call for submissions to its EAA Awards 2019. The annual awards showcase and celebrate the very best architecture in the chapter area and beyond, which enhances the built environment and people's lives, regardless of size, form or budget.

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The Edinburgh Architectural Association has announced the shortlist for the 2018 EAA Awards after receiving 58 submissions. 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.

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Developer Buccleuch Property has been recognised for its sensitive and effective restoration of Dalkeith Country Park (DCP) after collecting two industry awards. The multi-million pound redevelopment, which saw the Park’s 17th century Category A listed stableyard transformed in to a luxury retail

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The Edinburgh Architectural Association (EAA) has awarded Richard Murphy Architects’ “beautifully crafted” Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries the title of Building of the Year at its annual awards last night. Announced and presented at a drinks reception in the Edinburgh Centre for C

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The Dalkeith Country Park Including Restoration Yard & Fort Douglas has been shortlisted for two awards The Edinburgh Architectural Association (EAA) has announced the shortlist for the 2017 EAA Awards following a record number of submissions.

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Edinburgh based Konishi Gaffney Architects have won a competition to design a temporary pavilion as Edinburgh’s entry to the Pop-Up Cities Expo being held at the Mound in June and July this year. The Expo is a headline event for the Festival of Architecture and part of the Year of Innovation Archi

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Richard Murphy Architects will battle it out with fellow practices Beecher and 7N for the Building of the Year title from the Edinburgh Architectural Association. The Association has whittled down 34 submissions to reveal the shortlist for its 2016 EAA Awards.

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Morgan McDonnell Architecture’s Advocates Close, the Malcolm Fraser Architects designed Arcadia Nursery and Loch Leven Viewpoint by Icosis Architects have each received double nominations in the upcoming awards by the Edinburgh Architectural Association. In total 46 submissions were received for t

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