Richard Murphy Architects' Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre won Scotland's most important architectural prize today, the 1999 Regeneration of Scotland Award's supreme award. It squeezed out Benson + Forsyth's Museum of Scotland, one of several award winners, a double blow for the practice after the Stirling Prize near miss. Judges described the winning building as 'inspired and inspiring'. Burnett Pollock Associates won the Sir Robert Grieve award for sustainability. Scottish Enterprise and construction firm the Miller Group sponsored the awards.