Atelier Ten are delighted to win no fewer than 5 awards at the Scottish Design Awards on the 22nd August 2019. The winners are:
- Clydebank Community Sport Hub won both the Architecture: Regeneration and Public Building category. Atelier Ten provided building services design, energy analysis and environmental design for this project. The state-of-the-art community facility provides shared facilities for local sports clubs and community groups and includes sports pitches, gym facilities, fitness studios, committee rooms and a café. The improved public realm along with increased employment is intended to help regenerate the local area.
- Whitehorn Hall, St Andrews won the Architecture: Residential category. Atelier Ten provided building services design and lighting design. This development with University of St Andrews and Campus Living Villages delivered up to 400 units of world class student accommodation with high quality interactive social and common spaces.
- Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice was Highly Commended in the Architecture: Health Building or Project category. Atelier Ten provided building services design and environmental design. Focus was on creating a world class palliative care environment with a homely and relaxing atmosphere. Resilience and robustness of service featured heavily in design considerations commensurate with a leading edge facility. The end result is a care environment which breaks with tradition.
- Western Harbour, Leith was Highly Commended in the Architecture: Future Building or Project category. Atelier Ten are providing building services design, environmental design and fire engineering for this project. This exciting new regeneration project will transform empty reclaimed land into a vibrant waterfront community benefiting the local community and wider area.
We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all the other winners.