Tuesday, 11 November 2008

University architecture success

The new Informatics building in Potterrow has been awarded the 'Best Building in Scotland' 2008 award by the RIAS (Royal Institute of Architects in Scotland). The RIAS Andrew Doolan Award, the UK's richest architecture prize, has been awarded to some controversial buildings in the past - such as the Scottish Parliament in 2005.

2 comments:

bondbloke said...

And rightly so, I think it is a fantastic addition...

Anonymous said...

Agreed. Just hope the University proceed with the rest of the project and complete the site.

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