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Glasgow Institute of Architects Award: Radisson SAS Hotel, Glasgow
Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop Architects have won the Glasgow Institute of
Architects (GIA) Award for their Radisson Hotel Glasgow
Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop Architects have won the Glasgow Institute of Architects Award for their Radisson SAS Hotel, on Argyle Street, Glasgow.
The GIA award is the sixth major national and international award for architecture the practice has won since March 2003.
Early in 2003, the architects were given the 1st European Europa Nostra
Award for their work to Glasgow Central Station, closely followed in May
2003 by the Architecture Grand Prix and the Best Commercial Building Award at the Scottish Design Awards. In July they were awarded the Special Award by the Royal Institute of Architects in Ireland for the Radisson and in October, the award of Best Hotel at the European Hotel Design Awards was given at a prestigious ceremony in London.
“It has been an excellent year for the practice” says Alan Dunlop ” one
where we have gone from strength to strength”.
Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop are on the shortlist to design Glasgow’s new bridge and public realm works, connecting Glasgow’s Wall Street with Tradeston and have always they could compete for major projects from their base in Glasgow and achieve international recognition without having to move to London. “This clutch of major architectural awards gives us even more confidence that this is possible” adds Gordon Murray.
Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop Architects, Glasgow – 0141 331 2926
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