Vision for Kirkintilloch Voted Winner of the Future Town Design Competition 2019
A design for Kirkintilloch has been named the winner of the FutureTown Design Competition after securing more than half of the public votes for its “Giant Phone Box” project.
Entries were shortlisted by an expert panel composed of Scotland’s Towns Partnership and Threesixty Architecture, and the public vote took place online over ‘Scotland’s Towns Week’ 18th - 24th November.
The entrant from Kirkintilloch will now be invited to showcase the project at the annual Towns Tea Party event to an audience of policy-makers and those from across sectors involved in supporting towns.
Other shortlisted design entries included visions for Alloa, Crail, Castle Terrace Edinburgh, Dennistoun Glasgow, Inverness, and Milngavie.
View full story, shortlist and results on the FTDC 2019 competition page here.
About the FutureTown Design Competition
Since 2015 organisations and members of the public have been able to enter ideas for their town or city neighbourhood to the FutureTown Design Competition. Organised by national towns agency Scotland’s Towns Partnership, the competition is aimed at stimulating conversations, provoking ideas and encouraging new approaches to highlight what our towns could look like now and in the future.
Past Winners of the FutureTown Design Competition
Please click on the links below to see the shortlists and winning entries for past FutureTown Design Competitions.
2018 - Vision for Nairn (Team Hamish)
2017 - Paisley Baker Street (Paisley Community Trust)
2016 - Fort William Waterfront (Fort William Town Team)
2015 - Inverurie Town Centre Proposal (William Lippe Architects)