My Place Awards: 2018
Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries Project
Fife Cultural Trust
Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries is both a spectacular new landmark and a fantastic addition to the cultural and social life of the town. The City of Dunfermline first expressed the desire to have a purpose built museum as far back as 1851. At the start of the 21st century Dunfermline sat with two small, inaccessible ...
Kinfauns Old Parish Church
@rchitects Scotland Ltd.
Perth & Kinross
Kinfauns Old Parish Church is a predominantly roofless ruin standing in its burial-ground located in the village of Kinfauns in the Tay valley to the north of the A90, approximately three miles east of Perth. The building is a Scheduled Monument, B Listed and is also included in the National Monuments Record for Scotland and ...
Kirkton Church and Graveyard
Burntisland Heritage Trust
Burntisland Heritage Trust wanted to address the growing decline and instability of the 12th century ruined church – which is Burntisland’s oldest building – and the poor condition of the graveyard with many of the gravestones having been vandalised. A steering group was created with broad community support and with the support of Fife Council ...
Leith Fort Housing Regeneration
The Leith Fort Regeneration project is located in Leith, to the north of Edinburgh City Centre. The site sits within the historic confines of what was once a military fort, bounded on four sides by a 4.5m high stone fort wall. The wall is Category B listed, along with two existing guardhouses at the main ...
Paisley: The Secret Collection
The purpose of this project is to create a new Accessible Museum Store for the collections of Renfrewshire Council Arts and Museums service. The store concept is part of a recent important nationwide shift in how public collections are being made more accessible to the public. With only a very small proportion of a collection ...
Perth Civic Trust
Perth & Kinross
Perth Theatre has a long history of artistic innovation and excellence having been at the heart of cultural life in Perth for over a century. The theatre opened on Perth High Street in 1900 and was planned to seat 950 in the auditorium, with pit, two balconies and boxes. It was created by the Perth ...
The Carnegie Courthouse
ICT / Chair of Dornoch Community
Dornoch Sheriff Courthouse which is listed category ‘B’ was constructed from 1849 – 50 and is the former Dornoch County Buildings and Courthouse. It is located in the main town square opposite the cathedral. The building is an important example of a mid-19th century courthouse designed in the Gothic Tudor style by well-known architect Thomas ...
The Engine Shed
Stirling Civic Trust
The Engine Shed is a joint venture between Historic Environmental Scotland and Stirling Council. to establish, in central Scotland, a location for traditional building conservation and a training centre for the teaching of skills required in the restoration of such buildings and properties. Facilities include a fully equipped training room and an amphitheatre and a ...
The Muirfield (Community Enterprise Centre), Cumbernauld
The Muirfield is a new build enterprise and community facility in Cumbernauld Town Centre that provides social, commercial and cultural activities under one roof. The project was commissioned by North Lanarkshire Council via Hub South West in partnership with local groups and organisations. The site is centrally located within Cumbernauld town centre, bounded by residential ...
The Russell Institute
A significant building in the history of Paisley, this highly impressive and largely intact Category A-listed building is notable for its stonework, statuary, interior, period innovative construction and social purpose. The building marks part of a transition period toward the modern movement in Scottish Architecture and is one of the first buildings in Scotland with a ...