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Outgoing RIBA head of awards and Small Projects jury member Tony Chapman brings his own perspective to this year’s awards
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Paul Finch reflects on 21 years of the Small Projects Awards
Small projects are very often the stepping stones to bigger opportunities, yet it is important not to overlook their inherent value, says Alma-nac founder Chris Bryant
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28 June, 2012
Garsington Opera Pavilion by Snell Associates Architects, Buckinghamshire (2011)
Wexford County Council Headquarters by Robin Lee Architecture, Wexford (2011)
The Hurlingham Club, Outdoor Pool by David Morley Architects, London (2011)
BFI Master Film Store by Edward Cullinan Architects, Warwickshire (2011)
Maggie's Centre, Swansea by Kisho Kurokawa, Garbers & James Architects, Swansea (2011)
Hairy House by Hayhurst and Co., London (2011)
See images, drawings and details for 30 of this year’s RIBA Award winners in the Library
See the BFI Master Film Store by Edward Cullinan Architects and 30 other 2012 RIBA Award winners in the Library
14 October 2014Richard Waite
Bookmaker William Hill has revealed that O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects’ student centre at the LSE has been the most heavily backed to win this year’s RIBA Stirling Prize
4 July 2012
The London Festival of Architecture 2012 runs from 23 June to 8 July – post your top picks and memories of the event here
24 September 2014Laura Mark
Joseph Rykwert and Niall McLaughlin, who both nominated Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey for the Gold Medal, discuss why they are worthy winners of the prestigious accolade
17 July 2014Richard Waite
The finalists for the UK’s most prestigious architecture award have been announced
30 July 2014Richard Waite
The bookmakers have completely shaken-up their odds on this year’s Stirling Prize after a large amount of money was wagered on O’Donnell + Tuomey’s Saw Swee Hock student centre
24 September 2015Michaila Hancock
The Royal Academy’s Kate Goodwin, Alison Nimmo from the Crown Estate, and Pritzker Prize director Martha Thorne have been named as the RIBA’s new honorary fellows
22 July 2011Richard Waite
The AJ can reveal the six contenders shortlisted for this year’s RIBA Stirling Prize
The odds have already been cut on Renzo Piano’s Shard to win this year’s Stirling Prize
13 October 2014Tom Ravenscroft
Readers poll: which of the previous 18 winners of the RIBA Stirling Prize is the best?
13 October 2012Merlin Fulcher
Duggan Morris Architects has picked up the £5,000 Stephen Lawrence Prize for its King’s Grove house in Peckham, south east London
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