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Scottish Housing Design Prize – 2013 News + 2012 & 2011 Results

18 Oct + 9 Sep 2013

Saltire Society Housing Design Awards Winners

Saltire Society Housing Design Awards 2013 Winners

Minister for Housing and Welfare presents the 2013 Housing Design Accolades

Saltire Society Housing Design Awards Guest Chair Lesley Riddoch today announced the 76th Saltire Society Housing Design Awards with Margaret Burgess, Minister for Housing and Welfare presenting the Awards at a ceremony in Glasgow. The Awards reward and advocate innovation and excellence in Scottish house building and place-making.

From a diverse shortlist of projects – described by Lesley Riddoch as ‘herculean efforts to create real homes not just four walls and a roof’, the judging panel awarded three awards, three high commendations and two commendations.

The coveted Saltire Medal, for the Guest Chair’s favourite projects was awarded to Artist Residence, a project in Perth which saw artist Arthur Watson and architect Fergus Purdie work collaboratively to create an idiosyncratic live-work environment within a tight, vacant plot in Perth town centre.

Nord Architecture took home the second award for Westbourne Drive in Bearsden, where client and architect have transformed a suburban house in Bearsden, Glasgow creating a light and airy interior with a sophisticated, balanced exterior.

The third and final award was presented to Chambers McMillan Architects for their family designed home that creates an entirely stair-free, spatially exciting and joyful home for all, nestled comfortably in its compact mews site in Portobello town centre.

The full results of the 2013 Saltire Society Housing Design Awards are as follows:

Awarded
– The Ramp House, Portobello: Chambers McMillan Architects (Single Dwelling)
– Artists Residence, Perth: Fergus Purdie Architects (Single Dwelling)
– Westbourne Drive, Bearsden: NORD Architecture (Alterations/Renovations/Extensions)

High Commendation
– Turf House, Kilmaluag, Skye: Rural Design (Single Dwelling)
– Little Ennochie, Finzean, Banchory: Michael Rasmussen Associates (Alterations/Renovations/Extensions)
– Passive House, North Berwick: Brennan & Wilson Architects (Single Dwelling)

Commendation
– Grange Loan, Edinburgh: Helen Lucas Architects (Alterations/Renovations/Extensions)
– Dunsmuir Street, Govan: Anderson Bell + Christie Architects (Large Scale)

Saltire Medal
– Artists Residence, Perth: Fergus Purdie Architects

Innovation in Housing Award
– South Seeds Energy Snapshot Report
The South Seeds Energy Snapshot project aimed to take an innovative and strategic approach to improving the energy efficiency of the housing stock in the Southside of Glasgow with a hope that it would develop an inexpensive approach, which other community groups tackling energy efficiency could replicate.

Innovation in Housing Commendation
– Stewart Milne Design Excellence Report

Saltire International Student Travel Bursary
An Award to the value of £1500 was made to:

– Anna Barbieri, Andy Casey, Chloe Fawcett and Sniedze Riekstina from the Glasgow School of Art for their group project ‘Woodlands Densified’, a housing project proposing a strategic regeneration of Glasgow’s tenement courtyards, illustrated by a prototype situated along Woodlands Road in Glasgow.

Celebrating both the Saltire medal and Awarded schemes Lesley Riddoch said: The imagination, care and expertise that has gone into the work of the winning and commended awards is apparent. From large scale housing developments to unique and distinctive single homes we have been excited to see housing design in Scotland at its best in the Saltire awards.

Panel Convener Jude Barber said:
‘The housing award winners each address an owner’s particular housing need through skillful handling of place, light and volume. The artist residence goes beyond its creative live-work ambitions to generously provide an on-street gallery and communal rear backcourt for other residents. The Ramp house is a joyful family home, which addresses the daughter’s physical needs in a spatially imaginative way. Westourne Drive skillfully transforms the interior and exterior of an existing suburban house to allow owners to remain in their family home. The Innovation Award to South Seeds for their Energy Snapshot Report demonstrates how a grass roots community group is seeking ways in which to harness energy within existing housing stock for the benefit of local residents in an inner city area of Glasgow.

This inaugural Student Travel Bursary is granted through the generous sponsorship of the British Council Scotland.

An exhibition of the shortlisted projects for the Housing Awards, Innovation Award and Student Travel Bursary can also be viewed from 4th September until 16th October 2013 at Architecture and Scotland, Level 2, the Lighthouse.

This has been made possible with the support of Architecture and Design Scotland.

For more information on the awards, the Saltire Society, and the judging panel please visit:
http://www.saltiresociety.org.uk/awards/architecture/housing-design/

3 Apr 2013

Saltire Society Housing Design Awards

Saltire Society Housing Design Awards 2013 Launched

The Saltire Society has launched its annual Housing Design Awards with the news that renowned Scottish Broadcaster and journalist Lesley Riddoch will be the awards’ guest chair for 2013.

Lesley Riddoch
photo from Saltire Awards

Ms Riddoch succeeds high-profile Scottish architects Dick Cannon, John McAslan and Malcolm Fraser to the post, which will see her chair the Society’s panel of industry leaders in their assessment of housing projects from all over Scotland.

The role will also allow Ms Riddoch to award the Society’s prestigious Saltire Medal to her favourite scheme from the 2013 submissions. Last year’s winners were the Dualchas Architects, for a portfolio of excellent work through the year.

Ms Riddoch said of her taking up the role: “There’s no more important influence in our lives than the homes we inhabit and the buildings we work in or visit. They create comfort or distress, health or harm and delight or disappoint on a daily basis. These days great design demands great awareness of the way people really use space. And design covers everything from large tenant-led retro-fitting projects to the tiniest eco-home construction and all points in between. So I’m delighted to be involved with the Saltire Housing Design Awards 2013.”

Saltire Society
image from Saltire Awards

The Society also announced that Jude Barber, Director of Collective Architecture has taken on the convenership of the awards this year, succeeding Jane Paterson, who remains on the judging panel.

The work of Collective Architecture has been recognised by the Saltire Society and housing awards, with the practice’s Byron Street housing development recently featured as one of 12 exemplar-housing projects as part of The Architects Journal’s ‘More Homes Better Homes’ campaign.

Welcoming Lesley Riddoch to the annual chair, Jude Barber said:
‘We are delighted to welcome Lesley as Chair to the Panel. Lesley is a prestigious journalist and broadcaster and well versed in the important role that housing plays in Scotland’s cultural life and landscape.’

‘In additional to the building awards we would urge all clients, academics, tenants groups, architects and housing developers to submit projects (whether built or in progress) for the ‘Innovation in Housing Award’, which celebrates projects that identify original thinking and imagination in housing design and development in Scotland.’

Entries are invited for the awards from all over Scotland, and for projects of all scales and intentions. The panel has previously awarded everything from single dwellings in the remotest reaches of the Highlands, to multi-unit developments in the country’s metropolitan centres.

We believe we have an important and unique role to play, as an independent advocate and celebrant of all that is good and important about our cultural lives and achievements. We are working hard to refresh our work fit for changing times. The Society has played a crucial role over the last seventy five years, at times as a lone voice, in recognising our cultural achievement. And while times have changed the need for that independent voice remains.

We are;
• An apolitical membership organisation open to all
• An international supporter and patron of the arts and cultural heritage of Scotland
• A champion of free speech on the issues that matter to the cultural life of every Scot
• A promoter of the best of what we are culturally, now and in the future
• A catalyst to ensure new ideas are considered and the best of them are made real

The Society’s Executive Director Jim Tough said: “We are delighted to announce the launch of the Saltire Housing Awards for 2013 with our guest Chair Lesley Riddoch bringing fresh insights to a highly regarded award. Lesley will be supported by a panel of committed and expert practitioners and panel Convener Jude Barber. These prestigious awards continue to be an important mark of success amongst the architectural community”

The Society’s Housing Design Awards are supported by The Scottish Government. For more information on the awards, the Saltire Society, and the judging panel please visit: www.saltiresociety.org.uk

4 Sep 2012

Saltire Awards Winners 2012

Scottish Minister Presents Bumper 75th Saltire Housing Awards – Dualchas Scoop Medal

House in Boreraig by Dualchas Architects:
House in Boreraig House in Boreraig
photographs from Saltire Awards

After receiving one of the largest submissions in its history, the Saltire Society has unveiled its 75th annual Housing Design Awards at a high-profile ceremony in Edinburgh today, with Scottish Minister for Housing and Transport, Keith Brown MSP, presenting the coveted gongs.

Cape Cove:
Cape Cove Building
photograph from Saltire Awards

From a diverse shortlist of projects – described by Guest Chair Dick Cannon as ‘beautifully conceived and executed’ – the judging panel awarded no fewer than 14 projects, whilst commending a further 4; an unprecedented result for the scheme, and signposting an exciting period in Scottish housing design.

– Kirk House by Dualchas Architects:
Kirk House
photograph from Saltire Awards

It was a very good afternoon for designers from Skye, with Dualchas Architects picking up the coveted Saltire Medal and cash prize for their two awarded projects; and previous Saltire Medal winners Rural Design also taking home a category award, and the 2nd ever Innovation in Housing Award and cash prize.

Westfield Avenue, Edinburgh:
Westfield Avenue
photograph from Saltire Awards

Reiach and Hall and Studio KAP took home two awards each in the Alterations, Renovations, and Extensions category, with projects as far afield as Shetland and the Isle of Lewis also picking up awards in the three other main awards categories.

Bogbain Mill:
Bogbain Mill
photograph : Andrew Lee

Representing the Scottish Government, the Awards’ principal supporter, Housing Minister Keith Brown said:

“The Scottish Government recognises the importance of the Saltire Society’s Housing Design Awards, which year upon year, help raise the quality of Scotland’s built environment.

“The Awards generate debate and inspire those involved in the process of development to innovate and to aim ever higher.”

Grödians, Lerwick:
Grödians Grödians
photographs from Saltire Awards

Celebrating both the Saltire Awards Scheme and Dualchas’ work as Saltire Medal recipient, Dick Cannon said:

“The Awards present an opportunity to raise aspirations and applaud vision and excellence, and we are fortunate this year to have a significant number of outstanding projects confirming that design quality – committed to the intelligent use of energy and resources – remains exceptionally high in Scotland

2012 Innovation in Housing Award: R-House, Isle of Skye by Rural Design:
R-House
photo from Saltire Awards

“The medal this year has been awarded not to a building, but to a practice for two exceptional projects. These represent the work of a studio taking on relatively modest projects and going full tilt to push the boundary of their own skill and to enrich the lives of their clients”

The full results of 2012 Saltire Society Housing Design Awards are as follows:

Saltire Awards – Awarded Buildings

Large Scale Housing Development

– Westfield Avenue, Edinburgh (7N Architects with Make Architects)
Westfield Development Westfield Avenue
photographs : Peter Guthrie for Make Ltd
Westfield Avenue Edinburgh

Small Scale Housing Development

– Da Vadill, Grantfield, Lerwick, Shetland (Richard Gibson Architects Ltd)
Da Vadill
photograph from Saltire Awards

– Fore Street, Whiteinch & Scotstoun, Glasgow (Hypostyle Architects)
Fore Street Housing Glasgow
photo : Tom Manley Photography
Fore Street Glasgow

Private Dwelling – New Build

– House in Boreraig, Duirinish, Isle of Skye (Dualchas Architects)
House in Boreraig
image © Huntley Hedworth

– The Edge, Sandyhills, Dumfries & Galloway (Carole Naylor & John Chesbrough)
The Edge House Sandyhills House
photographs from Saltire Awards

– The ‘Model D’ House, Insch, Aberdeenshire (Gokay Deveci Chartered Architect)
Model 'D' House Insch House
images © Stuart Johnstone Photography

Alterations, Renovations and Extensions

– Kirk House, Garve, Ross-shire (Dualchas Architects)
Kirk House
photograph from Saltire Awards

– Ackling Cook Bothy, Ettrick Valley (Reiach and Hall Architects)
Ettrick Valley House
image © Reiach and Hall Architects
Ackling Cook Bothy

– Wormit Extension, Wormit, Fife (WT Architecture)
Wormit Property
photograph from Saltire Awards

– Cape Cove, Shore Road, Helensburgh (Cameron Webster Architects)
Cape Cove
image © Darple Photography

– Ledcameroch Road, Bearsden (Studio KAP)
Ledcameroch Road
photograph from Saltire Awards

– 4 Linsiadar, Uig, Isle of Lewis (Studio KAP)
Linsiadar House
photograph : Keith Hunter
4 Linsiadar

– Bogbain Mill, Loch Ussie (Rural Design)
Bogbain Mill
photograph : Andrew Lee
Bogbain Mill

– House in Roslin, Chapel Loan, Roslin (Reiach and Hall Architects)
Roslin House
photo © Reiach and Hall Architects
House in Roslin

2012 Saltire Medal: Dualchas Architects, Isle of Skye.

2012 Innovation in Housing Award: R-House, Drynoch, Isle of Skye (Rural Design)
R.HOUSE
image from architects
R-House

Saltire Awards – Commended Buildings

Large Scale Housing Development

– Grödians, Quoys, Lerwick (Hjaltland Housing Association)
Grödians
photograph © Richard Gibson Architects

– Park View, 7-21 Golspie Street, Glasgow (DO Architecture)
Park View Glasgow Park View Housing
photographs from Saltire Awards

Private Dwelling – New Build

– Marlaw, Sprinkell Avenue, Pollockshields (Gareth Hoskins Architects)
Marlaw Pollockshields Pollockshields House Marlaw House
images © Andrew Lee Photographer

– Promenade House, Musselburgh (Wiszniewski Thomson Architects)
Promenade House Musselburgh House
photographs from Saltire Awards

Summing up what has been a superlative year for the awards, Panel Convenor Jane Paterson said:

‘The 2012 Awards are widely spread geographically and I am very encouraged that high quality architecture, engaged clients and willing contractors exist in so many different locations throughout Scotland. This year has been a particularly rewarding experience for members of the judging panel who have had the opportunity to visit some of the Scotland’s best homes’.

The Saltire Society is an independent promoter of Scottish heritage, nurturing, supporting and celebrating Scotland’s diverse creativity. Its Housing Design Awards were created in 1937 to promote and reward innovation in the creation of Scotland’s housing stock and urban residential spaces.

House in Boreraig by Dualchas Architects:
House in Boreraig
photograph from Saltire Awards

For more information on the awards, the Saltire Society, the Awards and the judging panel please visit: http://saltirehousingdesignawards.com

11 Aug 2012

Saltire Awards Shortlist 2012

Saltire Society Housing Design Awards Shortlist

‘Cannon Lauds Exciting 75th Saltire Housing Shortlist’

Leading Scottish Architect Dick Cannon has praised the quality of this year’s Saltire Society Housing Design Awards, for which he is the third annual guest chair, with The Society also reporting one of the largest and most widespread submissions in the scheme’s history.

After sifting through nearly 70 entries from virtually every geographical region and built environment in Scotland, Mr Cannon and the awards panel have chosen a compelling shortlist for the main awards; composed of some of the most dynamic and challenging housing projects recently completed in the country.

The shortlist sees several projects and practices already boasting awards and commendations going head-to-head for one of the Society’s distinctive plaques, with Mr Cannon – who succeeded fellow celebrated Scottish architects Malcolm Fraser and John McAslan to Chair the panel this year – highlighting some of the exceptional quality on offer.

Mr Cannon said: ‘The shortlisted buildings are a rich variety of beautifully conceived and executed projects covering all of the regions of Scotland, which tackle the challenges of boosting local economies, carbon reduction, inner city innovation, reuse and adaptation and which demonstrate that design quality remains high in spite of the economic conditions.

The volume and quality seen in the original submission, is reflected in the large shortlist we have selected, and shows that respect is rightly high for the Saltire Awards.’

Awards panel Convener Jane Paterson also welcomed the shortlist, in what is her first year in the role:
‘The projects we selected for shortlisting provided exemplary contextual responses to their environments and innovative solutions to their clients’ briefs. The shortlist represents a wide range of site conditions, some very challenging.

Some projects have exceptional sites, surely one of Scotland’s assets. The shortlist is diverse geographically, architecturally and in terms of scale. We believe it represents emerging quintessential qualities in contemporary Scottish architecture.’

The shortlist for the 2012 Saltire Society Housing Design awards is as follows:

Saltire Awards – Large Scale Housing Development

– Grödians, Quoys, Lerwick (Hjaltland Housing Association)
– Methlan Park, Clydeshore Road, Dumbarton (Anderson Bell Christie)
– St Anthony’s, Garmouth Street, Govan (Anderson Bell Christie)
– Westfield Avenue, Edinburgh (7N Architects)
– Park View, 7-21 Golspie Street, Glasgow (DO Architecture)
– Dalziel Street, Motherwell (Collective Architecture)
– The Old Court House, Rothesay, Isle of Bute (Collective Architecture)

Saltire Awards – Small Scale Housing Development

– Conversion of former Maryhill Primary School (Grant/Murray Architects)
– Da Vadill, Grantfield, Lerwick, Shetland (Richard Gibson Architects Ltd)
– Fore Street, Whiteinch & Scotstoun, Glasgow (Hypostyle Architect)

Saltire Awards – Private Dwelling – New Build

– Whiteleaf House, Dick Place, Edinburgh (KALM Architecture LLP with Malcolm Fraser Architects)
– House in Boreraig, Duirinish, Isle of Skye (Dualchas Architects)
– Fir Chlis, Seilebost, Isle of Harris (Icosis Architects)
– Marlaw, Sprinkell Avenue, Pollockshields (Gareth Hoskins Architects)
– Dyer House, Drossie Road, Falkirk (Studio KAP)
– The Edge, Sandyhills, Dumfries & Galloway (Undisclosed)
– The ‘Model D’ House, Insch, Aberdeenshire (Scott Sutherland School)
– Promenade House, Musselburgh (Wiszniewski Thomson Architects)

Saltire Awards – Alterations, Renovations and Extensions

– Kirk House, Garve, Ross-shire (Dualchas Architects)
– Ackling Cook Bothy, Ettrick Valley (Reiach and Hall Architects)
– Wormit Extension, 33 Riverside Road, Fife (WT Architecture)
– Cape Cove, Shore Road, Helensburgh (Cameron Webster Architects)
– Ledcameroch Road, Bearsden (Studio KAP)
– 4 Linsiadar, Uig, Isle of Lewis (Studio KAP)
– Garden Room and Studio, 8 Garscube Terrace, Edinburgh (David Blaikie Architects)
– Bogbain Mill, Loch Ussie (Rural Design)
– House in Roslin, Chapel Loan, Roslin (Reiach and Hall Architects)

Saltire Awards – Innovation in Housing Award

– Future Affordable at Fife Housing, Dunlin Drive, Dunfermline (David Blaikie Architects)
– R.HOUSE, 6A Drynoch, Isle of Skye (Rural Design)

Welcoming the shortlist on behalf of The Saltire Society, President Magnus Linklater said:
‘These awards have become, down the years, a benchmark for good design in an area which is often neglected, but which is of both national and domestic importance. The Saltire Society is delighted that this award scheme grows every year in popularity and importance. It reflects a great Scottish tradition of architectural excellence’.

Scottish Minister for Housing and Transport, Keith Brown MSP, will present the awards at a ceremony at Evolution House, Edinburgh on 4th September 2011. The Scottish Government is a key supporter of the Saltire Society Housing Design Awards and inaugurated the Innovation in Housing award through the Scheme in 2011.

The Saltire Society is an independent promoter of Scottish heritage, nurturing, supporting and celebrating Scotland’s diverse creativity. Its Housing Design Awards were created in 1937 to promote and reward innovation in the creation of Scotland’s housing stock and urban residential spaces.

For more information on the awards, the Saltire Society, and the judging panel please visit:
http://saltirehousingdesignawards.com

20 Mar 2012

Saltire Awards Scotland – News

Dick Cannon to Chair 75th Saltire Housing Design Awards

The Saltire Society has today launched its 75th annual Housing Design Awards with the news that renowned Scottish Architect Dick Cannon will be the awards’ guest chair for 2012.

Mr Cannon succeeds fellow high-profile Scottish architects John McAslan and Malcolm Fraser to the post, which will see him chair the Society’s panel of industry leaders in their assessment of housing projects from all over Scotland.

Dick Cannon:
Dick Cannon
photo from Saltire Awards

The role will also allow Mr Cannon to award the Society’s prestigious Saltire Medal to his favourite scheme from the 2012 submissions; the year after Elder & Cannon – the practice co-founded by Mr Cannon in 1980 – received only the second-ever Saltire Medal for their ‘Botany Phase-One’ project In Glasgow’s Maryhill.

Mr Cannon said of his taking up the role: “I am honoured to have been asked to chair these awards, which are highly respected and recognised as a measure of real achievement throughout the architectural community in Scotland. The awards are an important vehicle for showcasing the work of which we Architects and House-Builders are most proud, but more importantly they present an opportunity for the industry at large to consider how to turn the debate on design quality into reality, and produce beautiful homes and environments”.

The Society also announced that Jane Paterson is set to become the new convenor of the awards this year, succeeding Simon Winstanley, who remains on the judging panel.

Jane has not only been recognised by the Saltire Society in previous housing awards schemes, but also picked up a RIBA Award with Paterson Architects for their ‘House on the Hill’ in Aberdeenshire in 2010.

Welcoming Dick Cannon to the annual chair, Jane Paterson said:
“As a member of the Saltire Society’s judging panel for the last 3 years, I have visited a number of Elder and Cannon’s residential projects. These projects have never disappointed the panel on any level; therefore it is with the greatest professional admiration that we have invited Dick Cannon to be this year’s guest chair.”

Entries are invited for the awards from all over Scotland, and for projects of all scales and intentions. The panel has previously awarded everything from single dwellings in the remotest reaches of the Highlands, to multi-unit developments in the country’s metropolitan centres.

The Saltire Society is a unique, independent, non-political voice that supports, celebrates and advocates the importance of the full range of Scotland’s cultural interests. Its Housing Design Awards were created in 1937 to promote and reward innovation in the creation of Scotland’s housing stock and urban residential spaces.

The Society’s new Executive Director Jim Tough said: “We are delighted to see the launch of the Saltire Housing Awards for 2012. We are grateful for the support from a panel of committed and expert practitioners, and that they have succeeded in installing another highly respected chair in Dick Cannon. These prestigious awards continue to be an important mark of success amongst the architectural community”

The Society’s Housing Design Awards are supported by The Scottish Government, Homes for Scotland, and The Chartered Institute of Builders. For more information on the awards, the Saltire Society, and the judging panel please visit: http://saltirehousingdesignawards.com

23 Nov 2011

Saltire Awards – Winners News

‘Scottish Minister Presents Brand New Award at Saltire Ceremony’

The Saltire Society Housing Design Awards results for 2011:

Large Scale Housing Development
Botany Phase 1
photo © Andrew Lee
Botany Phase 1, Maryhill, Glasgow
Elder and Cannon Architects

Private Dwelling – New Build
Lochgilphead House
photo © Keith Hunter
Craignish, Lochgilphead
Cameron Webster Architects

Innovation in Housing Award
Moray Apartments
photo from Saltire Awards
The Resonance Funding Model – Rettie and Co, Springfield Property, Dunedin-Canmore Housing Association

Saltire Awards 2011

30 Aug 2011

Saltire Awards – Winners

A strong showing this year from the Glasgow area, with 8 projects shortlisted out of a total of 17. Edinburgh only has two projects in the running, or 3 if you include the generic ANABO concept of Andrew Stoane Architects. Due to the Scotland’s Housing Expo Inverness matches Edinburgh with two. The remaining projects are scattered around the Scottish countryside, with none in Aberdeen, Dundee or Stirling.

It is worrying that these three Scottish cities don’t have buildings of sufficient quality to make the shortlist never mind win!

Clearly there is a creative energy in Glasgow and in Edinburgh which provides a critical mass that delivers good innovative architecture. But if government policy over the last decade or so had been more supportive of good quality architecture then we wouldn’t be in this situation. Why? Because publicly-procured buildings – notably housing when thinking of the Saltire Society Housing Design Awards (but also such as hospitals and schools) across the country would be consistently of better quality and would therefore iron out any geographical groupings of good design.

So what gives me hope? Of course beauty is welcome – notably the White House in Coll and Craignish – but ANABO and The Glasgow House are the ones that really stand out in that the prototype label suggests a more powerful positive effect can result compared to the others. I use the word hope on purpose because so far not many have emerged! But it is a brave route to pursue, so although I congratulate all shortlisted architects, I salute those courageous enough to try to develop prototype architecture within Scotland’s currently unsupportive environment.

Adrian Welch, Editor, e-architect ltd

Scotland’s Housing Expo
Passive House Milton Leys
photo : Paul Zanre Photography

Scottish Borders house
Dean Cottage
image from Saltire Awards

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