The shortlists have been announced for the 2022 Learning Places Scotland Awards and we are delighted that several of our education projects have been shortlisted! The Awards comprise of 11 categories recognising contractors, consultants, clients, architects and projects as well as technology and innovation and it is an honour to be considered alongside such a fantastic selection of projects and nominees. This week we would like to share with you the projects that have been shortlisted…
Good luck to all our fellow shortlisted nominees in this category and we are looking forward to seeing you all at the conference and awards dinner in November!
Pupil/Student Experience – Lossiemouth High School
The existing Lossiemouth High School and Community Centre have been brought together into one new, modern civic building, providing high-quality sports, performance, shared learning and library facilities for use by the school and the wider community. The brief aspired to a building which will act as a school and community hub and one which is flexible with shared facilities operating all year round.
The building is essentially formed of two blocks; a teaching block, and a sports block, which meet at the eastern side to create a shared frontage and external public plaza. The proposed design puts the pupil and their learning opportunities at the centre of the school through the creation of a clear, efficient and flexible solution to the client’s brief. These principles are manifest through the creation of the shared, social spaces at the core of the building which offer a highly functional and exciting environment for the pupils, staff and community.
Photography Credit: Niall Hastie Photography
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