Rosslyn Chapel’s new visitor centre has made the shortlist for Scotland’s most prestigious architectural awards.
The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) received 75 entries for its 2013 awards and Rosslyn Chapel’s visitor centre has been included in the shortlist of 25. The award judges will visit in the next few weeks before winners are announced.
The visitor centre was designed by Glasgow-based architects Page Park and was officially opened in May 2012 by Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Rothesay. The centre houses interpretation about the Chapel, as well as its coffee shop and gift shop.