HLM Architects has been shortlisted in the 2021 Scottish Design Awards in recognition of two key projects in the region.
The practice is now a finalist in the ‘Architecture: Health Building or Project’ category for its work on the Royal Hospital for Children & Young People and the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, and the ‘Architecture: Education Building or Project’ category for the James McCune Smith Learning Hub.
The Awards, organised by Urban Realm, celebrate excellent examples of architecture, art and advertising, and are considered one of Scotland’s most prestigious awards for architecture firms and design agencies.
Both categories recognise profound schemes in the Health and Education sector and will be judged on how projects address issues of sustainability, push the boundaries of design, create spaces that are formally and spatially rich, and focus on a people-centric and a client-driven approach.
Lorraine Robertson, HLM’s Studio Director for Glasgow , said: “We couldn’t be more pleased to make the shortlist for two key projects that are making a difference by creating a lasting impact on the region. This is a testament to the hard work of our team to push the boundaries of thoughtful design and deliver sustainable places centred around the end user experience. Well done to everyone who has made it this far.”
The winners will be announced at the Award ceremony on 15 July.