Scotland's best new buildings of 2020

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Eighteen buildings have made the shortlist of The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland's annual awards.

The developments, which include Aberdeen Art Gallery and Bertha Park High School in Perth, were selected from 80 entries.

Judging will take place at the end of March and the RIAS award winners will be announced on 28 May.

The shortlisted contenders are:

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Aberdeen Art Gallery (by Hoskins Architects for Aberdeen City Council)
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Altarf, Isle of Skye (Ann Nisbet Studio for a private client)
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An Cala, Sutherland (Mary Arnold-Foster Architects for a private client)
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Bayes Centre, Edinburgh (Bennetts Associates for University of Edinburgh)
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Bertha Park High School, Perth - contract value £29m (NORR Consultants Ltd for Perth and Kinross Council)
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Dunira Street Housing, Glasgow - contract value £8.38m (Elder & Cannon Architects for Tollcross Housing Association)
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Edinburgh Printmakers - Page\Park Architects for Edinburgh Printmakers
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The Egg Shed, Argyll and Bute (Oliver Chapman Architects for Scottish Canals)
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Faithlie Centre, Aberdeenshire - contact value £2.5m (Moxon Architects Ltd with Alan S Marshall Conservation Architect for Aberdeenshire Council)
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Global Research Innovation and Discovery (GRID) - contract value £12m (Sheppard Robson Architects for Heriot-Watt University)
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The Hill House Box, Helensburgh - contract value £3.2m (Carmody Groarke for National Trust for Scotland)
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King's Stables Road, Edinburgh, mixed-used development - contract value about £40m (Fletcher Joseph Associates for Peveril Securities and Campus DM)
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Kyle House, Sutherland (Groves-Raines Architects Studios Ltd for a private client)
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Maidenhill primary school and nursery, Newton Mearns, East Renfrewshire (BDP for East Renfrewshire Council)
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Maryhill Locks, Glasgow - contract value £4.76m (jmarchitects for Bigg Regeneration Ltd)
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The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, Glasgow - contract value £21m (Ryder Architecture for The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice)
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Sportscotland National Sports Training Centre, Inverclyde - contract value £11m (Reiach and Hall Architects for sportscotland)
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Watt Institution, Greenock - contract value £1.8m (Collective Architecture for Inverclyde Council)

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