YORKSHIRE Sculpture Park's Underground Gallery has won another accolade for its design.
It has received an award from the Civic Trust for buildings demonstrating the highest standards of architecture and environmental design.
Opened in May last year and costing £2.75m, the Underground Gallery was designed by Fielden Clegg Bradley.
It is one of the largest purpose-built galleries to have been constructed in Britain for many years and aims to fit sensitively with the landscape of the Park.
Peter Murray, YSP executive director, said: "We are delighted to have won the award.
"We believe the Underground Gallery is an elegant building, complementing the YSP Centre, which itself won a Civic Trust Award in 2004.
"The gallery shows how a contemporary building can successfully work within an historic setting."
The awards have four sections: sponsored awards, awards, commendations and mentions.
The Gallery was successful in the second category.