Congratulations to the Scottish winners and finalists at the LI Awards!

Last week, the Landscape Institute ran their annual awards online. A huge range of fantastic projects were on display, and the LIS is thrilled with the response to Scottish projects this year. We would like to offer congratulations to all LI Award winners and finalists

The full shortlist of all winners and finalists can be viewed here, and you can read more about Scottish entries below.

Winner of the Building with Nature National Award 2020: Forth Valley Hospital and Larbert Woods by RaeburnFarquharBowen

Read the full case study on this project here

Winner of the Excellence in Landscape Design award: The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice Glasgow by erz Ltd

Read the full case study on the project here

Winner of the Excellence in Sustainable Infrastructure award: Sauchiehall Street Avenue by Urban Movement and Glasgow City Council

Read the full case study here

Finalist for the Excellence in Landscape Planning and Assessment award: Edinburgh Sustainable Rainwater Management Guidance by Atkins

Read the full case study on this project here

Finalist for the Excellence in Place Regeneration award: Dundas Hill Landscape and Public Realm Framework in association with Scottish Canals, Glasgow City Region City Deal and igloo by rankinfraser

Read the full case study on this project here

Finalist for the Excellence in Public Health and Wellbeing award: Catherine Street Inclusive Play Park and Community Garden by Munro Landscape

Read the case study on this project here

Finalist for the Student Dissertation award: From Wilderness to Rewilding – Muir and Monbiot on the Idea of the Wild by Kaisa Mikkola of the University of Edinburgh

Finalist for the Student Dissertation award: The intangibility of the landscape: A case study on the relocation of Kiruna by Sweden Victoria Marie Johnson of the University of Edinburgh

Finalist for the Student Portfolio award: Reclaiming Public Space in Oslo by Jiamin Li of the University of Edinburgh

Finalist for the Student Portfolio award: Reimagine Urban Landmarks – the Akersnes Peninsula by Yanqin Pan, University of Edinburgh of ESALA – Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture

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