Ten Scottish buildings have been awarded for their architectural excellence by the Royal Institue of British Architects (RIBA).
They, along with 87 other winners, are now being considered for the £20,000 RIBA stirling prize which is awarded to the building of the year.
The president of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland, Sholto Humphries, said:
“It is clear that Scottish architectural talent is competing strongly, both within the UK and more widely.”
President of RIBA, Ruth Reed, said: “Winning projects demonstrate that even in constrained times committed clients working with talented architects can achieve architectural excellence.
“These well-designed buildings will add huge value to the lives, prosperity, health and pride of their owners, users and communities.”