This video by Stephenson& gives a glimpse inside Laidlaw Music Centre by structure studio Flanagan Lawrence, which is within the operating for this yr’s RIAS Andrew Doolan Finest Constructing in Scotland Award.
The movie is the second in a sequence of movies being revealed by Dezeen this month with the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) to highlight the award’s 2023 shortlist.
Within the quick movie, Stephenson& captures how music college students are utilizing the house on the College of St Andrews whereas Flanagan Lawrence’s co-founder Jason Flanagan tells the story behind it.
Particularly, Flanagan sheds mild on how the design was developed in response to historic infrastructure and bushes on the positioning, but additionally based mostly on the way it would possibly sound to its customers.
“We approached the design of the constructing from the within out,” stated Flanagan.
“Whenever you’re designing for musical areas, it’s a must to begin from the viewpoint of the performer and the viewers after which design the room as a lot as something about the best way it will sound for them as how it will look.”
Held yearly by RIAS, the Andrew Doolan Finest Constructing in Scotland Award celebrates the works of Scottish architects. The 2023 winner can be introduced on 30 November and obtain a money prize of £10,000.
Laidlaw Music Centre on the College of St Andrews is certainly one of two college buildings vying for the title. The opposite is Campus Central on the College of Stirling.
The opposite two tasks on the four-strong shortlist are residential – a home that comes with a damage and a castle-like dwelling overlooking a loch.