Celebrating one hundred years of Scottish architecture

Ryder Architecture and Andy Howland

This years Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) Centenary Awards Dinner, was proudly sponsored by GEZE UK. The company presented one of the awards which recognised a host of architectural achievements in Scotland. There was a 23-strong shortlist vying for eleven awards which highlighted an eclectic range of projects- from a town centre redevelopment, a variety of new learning environments, a lookout tower with oil-rig style construction and views of the Flow Country, and the redeveloped British Golf Museum and Café at the famed home of golf, St Andrews.

Ryder Architecture and Andy Howland

Ryder Architecture and Andy Howland

Andy Howland, sales director for GEZE UK, presented awards to the joint winners in the category for Commercial/Industrial. Andy said: “It was a real honour to support the RIAS awards dinner. It is a remarkable event which illustrates the incredible wealth of talent which has made its mark on the architectural landscape of Scotland and which reflects the eclectic range of needs that these buildings accommodate.”

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