Public voting is invited on a shortlist of Scotland’s top 10 buildings completed over the last century, published online by Scotstyle.
The 10 were chosen from a list of 100 by the Scottish public.
You can vote now for your favourite from the list even if you have previously voted.
The vote is part of the Festival of Architecture by the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS).
St. Conan’s Kirk (Wikimedia Commons/Diane Snider)
The shortlist, in chronological order, is:
- St. Conan’s Kirk (pictured), located in Argyll, designed by Walter Douglas Campbell
- The India Tyre and Rubber Factory (pictured), Inchinnan by Wallis, Gilbert and Partners
- Rothesay Pavilion, Isle of Bute, by J & JA Carrick
- Hermit’s Castle, Sutherland, by David Scott
- Dundee Repertory Theatre, Dundee, by Nicoll Russell Studios
- Princes Square, Glasgow, by Hugh Martin & Partners
- The National Museum of Scotland (pictured), Edinburgh, by Benson + Forsyth
- The Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh, by RMJM and Enric Miralles
- Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, by Richard Murphy Architects
- Pier Arts Centre, Orkney, by Reiach and Hall.
The India Tyre and Rubber Factory (Wikimedia Commons/Marc Taylor)
Neil Baxter, RIAS Secretary, said "This brilliant list testifies to the extraordinary quality of Scotland’s buildings.
"The fact that so many are relatively recent demonstrates that our national architecture is in very good health. We have much to celebrate."
The winner will be announced at the Festival of Architecture Finale on 18 November 2016.
A 240 page book is available now from RIAS containing pictures and information of the original 100 buildings for £10.
Top image: The National Museum of Scotland (Wikimedia Commons)