Page\Park Architects

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Page \ Park Architects
The Lighthouse, Glasgow
Practice information
Key architects

David Page Brian Park
Chris Mummery

David Paton
Founded 1981
Work
Buildings The Lighthouse (Glasgow)
Awards 2006 RIAS Andrew Doolan Award for Architecture

Page\Park Architects was established in 1981[1] by David Page and Brian Park and has developed as one of Scotland’s best known practices undertaking work over a range of sectors.[2]

With over 150 national and international design awards since its inception in 1981, Page\Park has won the Carbon Trust Award in Scotland twice, and has been shortlisted for the RIAS Andrew Doolan Award for Architecture four times, winning once in 2006 for the Maggie's Centre Highlands and receiving a Special Commendation in 2010 for the McManus Galleries.[3][4]

In 2005, the Scottish architecture magazine Prospect published a list of the 100 best modern Scottish buildings, as voted for by its readers, which featured six Page\Park projects.[5]

In 2010, Page\Park were 93rd in the Architects Journal top 100 architectural practices in the United Kingdom.

Notable Projects[edit]

Completed Projects[edit]

Ongoing and Future Projects[edit]

  • Bluebell Views Student Residences, University of Warwick, England
  • Rosslyn Chapel, Scotland
  • Olympia Theatre, Bridgeton, Scotland

Awards (since 1999)[edit]

1999[edit]

  • Glasgow Institute of Architects Award - The Lighthouse, Glasgow[6]
  • Glasgow Institute of Architects Award - New Rooms, Colinton Parish Church[6]
  • RIBA Award - New Rooms, Colinton Parish Church

2000[edit]

  • RIBA Award - The Lighthouse, Glasgow
  • Glasgow Institute of Architects Award - Crown Street Housing Phase 2A, Gorbals[6]
  • Saltire Society Award 1999 - Graham Square Housing
  • Re-generation of Scotland - Graham Square Housing

2001[edit]

  • RIBA Award - Crichton Campus for University of Glasgow
  • Glasgow Institute of Architects Award - Museum of Scottish Country Life[6]
  • Dynamic Place Awards – Supreme Award - The Crichton, Dumfries
  • Dynamic Place Awards – Commendation Museum of Scottish Country Life
  • Dynamic Place Awards – Commendation Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow
  • Glasgow Institute of Architects Award - Crichton Campus for University of Glasgow

2002[edit]

  • RIBA Award - Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow
  • Civic Trust Award - Graham Square Housing
  • Civic Trust Award - Homes for the Future Masterplanning
  • Civic Trust Commendation - Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow
  • Dynamic Place Awards 2002 Sir Robert Grieve Award for Sustainability - University of Strathclyde Campus Plan

2003[edit]

  • Scottish Design Award
  • Chairmans Award for Architecture - Maggies Glasgow

2005[edit]

  • Wood Awards : Commercial and Public Access - Highly commended - Maggie's Centre Highland

2006[edit]

  • RIBA Awards - Maggie's Centre Highlands
  • Glasgow Institute of Architects Award - Maggie's Centre Highlands[6]
  • Glasgow Institute of Architects - Commendation - Friary Court, Gorbals[6]
  • Copper in Architecture Awards 12 : UK Architectural Design Award - Commended - Maggie’s Centre Highlands
  • Craftsmanship Award - Maggie's Centre Highlands
  • International Architecture Award awarded by the Chicago Athenaeum - Maggie's Centre Highlands
  • Scottish Design Awards : Northern Exposure category - Maggie's Centre, Highlands
  • Andrew Doolan Scottish Building of the Year Award - Maggie's Centre, Highlands
  • RICS Scotland sustainability Award - Queen Mother Building, Dundee
  • Scottish Design Award Commendation - Queen Mother Building, Dundee
  • INCA (Supreme Award) - Queen Mother Building, Dundee
  • Dundee Civic Trust Award - Queen Mother Building, Dundee
  • Dundee Institute of Architects Award - Commendation - Queen Mother Building, Dundee

2007[edit]

  • Scottish Awards for Planning - Aqualibrium, Campbeltown
  • Civic Trust Award - Aqualibrium, Campbeltown
  • Scottish Design Award - Aqualibrium, Campbeltown[7]
  • Carbon Trust Low Carbon Building Award - University Field Station, Rowardennan
  • RICS Scotland sustainability Award - Commendation - University Field Station, Rowardennan
  • Scottish Design Award Commendation - University Field Station, Rowardennan[7]
  • Green Apple Sustainability Award - University Field Station, Rowardennan
  • BIFM Award, New Build Category - University Field Station, Rowardennan

2008[edit]

  • Scottish Design Awards:Best Re-use of a Listed Building - Commendation - Eden Court Theatre
  • IAA Award Commendation Best New Building, Highlands & Islands - Eden Court Theatre
  • RICS Scotland Community Benefit Award - Eden Court Theatre
  • GIA Award – Sustainability - Eden Court Theatre[6]
  • GIA Award – Leisure - Eden Court Theatre[6]
  • Saltire Socity Housing Design Award - Waddell Street/Ballater Street
  • CIOB Scotland Good Building Award - Waddell Street/Ballater Street
  • GIA Award Residential - Commendation - Dumbarton Road, Yoker[6]
  • GIA Award Office/Commercial - Andrew Carnegie House, Dunfermline[6]
  • Scottish Award for Quality in Planning - Carrochan, Balloch
  • Natural Stone Award - Carrochan, Balloch
  • NFRC Roofing Award - Carrochan, Balloch

2009[edit]

  • Carbon Trust, Low Carbon Building Award - Carrochan, Balloch
  • British Council for Offices Award 2009 – Carrochan, Balloch
  • Regional Winner British Council for Offices Award 2009 – Carrochan, Balloch
  • National Winner RIBA GAI Sustainability Award - Carrochan, Balloch
  • RICS Scotland Sustainability Award (high commendation) - Carrochan, Balloch
  • Scottish Design Awards 2009, Engineering Design Award - Carrochan, Balloch
  • Scottish Design Awards 2009, Best Public Building - Commendation - Carrochan, Balloch
  • Scottish Design Awards 2009, Sustainability Award – Commendation - Carrochan, Balloch
  • ACE Engineering Excellence Awards 2009 – Building Services Award - Carrochan, Balloch
  • Roses Design Awards 2009 – Silver Award, Engineering Design Category - Carrochan, Balloch
  • GIA Award 2009 – Public Building Category - Fettes College Prep School[6]
  • RIBA Award 2009 - Moore Street Housing
  • Scottish Design Award 2009 – Moore Street Housing
  • Roses Design Awards 2009 – Moore Street Housingory
  • GIA Award 2009 – Housing Category - Moore Street Housing[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Page Park Architects Biography". Glasgow City of Sculpture. 
  2. ^ "Page\Park Biography". Scottish Architects.org.uk. 
  3. ^ "Elder & Cannon scoops the Doolan prize". Building Design Magazine. 22 November 2010. 
  4. ^ Ferguson, Brian (20 November 2010). "Ultra-modern office for housing group is Scotland's best building". Edinburgh: The Scosman. 
  5. ^ Watson, Jeremy (2010). "AJ100". Edinburgh: The Architects' Journal. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "GIA Annual Design Awards - Past Winners". Glasgow Institute of Architecture. 
  7. ^ a b "Scottish Design Awards 2007 Results". Urban Realm. 

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