Pier Arts Centre Stromness, New Orkney Building Photos, Scottish Gallery Info, Award
Stromness Building: Pier Arts Centre
Orkney Arts Project at Harbour in northern Scotland – design by Reiach and Hall Architects
Pier Arts Centre Stromness
The Pier Arts Centre building opened on 30th of June 2007.
Pier Arts Centre Orkney : 2009 European Heritage Award information
The arts centre was previously contained solely within two 18th century buildings. Now a contextual building joins these gable ends facing onto the harbour.
Mies van der Rohe Award Nominee 2009
This Stromness harbour building also was a Andy Doolan Awards winner
Scottish Design Awards 2008 Grand Prix winner
One of 5 Scottish 2008 RIBA Award winners
Photography credits for images below:
Gavin Fraser, Alastair Peebles and Reiach and Hall Architects
Reiach and Hall, Edinburgh architects for this building.
3 Feb 2007 – Photos by Adrian Welch:
The Pier Arts Centre Orkney – Building Information
Client: The Trustees of the Pier Arts Centre
Project Manager: John Stockan of Pentarq, Kirkwall
Architect: Reiach and Hall Architects, Edinburgh
Structural Engineer: Shahram Hemmati of SKM anthony hunt, Edinburgh
Quantity Surveyor: Pentarq Quantity Surveyor
Planning Supervisor: Reiach and Hall Planning Supervisor
Main contractor: Senan Kelleher of Casey Construction, Kirkwall
M&E Consultants: Malcolm Tait of KJ Tait and Associates, Edinburgh
Access consultant: JMU Access Partnership.
Lighting consultant: Gavin Fraser of FOTO-Ma, Edinburgh
Pier Arts Centre architects – Scottish building
Andy Doolan Awards – Best Building in Scotland award
sleeper publication of this architectural project can be purchased through www.sleeper1.com & by using top tab link on www.reiachandhall.co.uk website: only £7.50
Location: Stromness, Orkney, Scotland
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Design: Brown & Brown Architects
photograph © Nigel Rigden
Upper Parkbrae House, Aberdeenshire
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Design: Denizen Works Architects
photo from RIBA
House no 7 on Tiree
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Comments / photos for the New Stromness Architecture – Arts Centre in Orkney design by Reiach and Hall Architects, Edinburgh, page welcome
Website: Pier Arts Centre Stromness, Orkney, Scotland