EAA Awards 2019 - Call for submissions open

2018 Winning and Commended Projects


The 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. The awards are also open to chartered architects working in other areas of the UK, who have completed projects within the chapter area.
Short-listed entries will be displayed, and the winners announced and presented with their awards at a special reception at St Cecilia's Hall in May 2019 (winner of the 2018 Regeneration & Conservation Award).

An exhibition of all short-listed entries will be held in the RIAS Joyce Deans Room at 15 Rutland Square in the run up to the awards event.

2018 EAA Building of the Year Winner
New Boroughmuir High School by Allan Murray Architects

2018 EAA Building of the Year Winner New Boroughmuir High School by Allan Murray Architects
Image courtesy of Allan Murray Architects © D Panagiotidis

Entries for the following award categories are invited:

*Large Project
*Small Project
*Conservation & Regeneration
*Wood Award
Ambassador Award

All entries built within the chapter area are eligible for the
highest accolade of Building of the Year

To enter please complete the online submission form or download the 2019 EAA Awards Entry Form

If you require a word version of this form, please email the

For full entry information please download the
2019 Awards Terms and Conditions

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2018 Award Winners & Commendations image credits
Left to right: Porteous Studio by Izat Arundell - © ZAC and ZAC // St Cecilia's Hall, Concert Room and Music Room by Page Park Architects - © Jim Stephenson // Greenside by ISA - © David Cadzow // Scone Gardens by Fernandes-Binns Architects - © Chris Humphreys // New Boroughmuir High School by Allan Murray Architects Ltd - © Dimitris Panagiotidis // An Crubh by WT Architecture - © Andrew Lee // Perth Theatre by Richard Murphy Architects Ltd - © Keith Hunter // Bath Street Collective Custom Build by John Kinsley Architects - © John Reiach // Leith Fort by Collective Architecture - © Gillian Hayes @ Dapple Photography


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