In-Between house wins First Building in special awards
Annalie Riches, Silvia Ullmayer and Barti Garibaldi have won the AJ First Building Award for their In-Between house in London (pictured), which was described as a 'modest and ingenious' terrace. Sponsored by RobinEllis Design and Construction, the award - for the best example of a first stand-alone building - was also presented at the Stirling ceremony.
Other special awards winners included Vista, the rubber-clad beach retreat in Dungeness by Simon Conder Associates, which took the Stephen Lawrence Prize for the best building costing less than £350,000 to construct; and Stock Orchard Street, London, by Sarah Wigglesworth, which picked up the RIBA Sustainability Award 2004.
The Crown Estates Conservation Award, for the best work of restoration or adaptation, was scooped by HOK International for its conversion of The King's Library at the British Museum.
The RIBA Inclusive Design Award was won by Arup Associates for its City of Manchester Stadium; while the Peabody Trust's Dickon Robinson received the RIBA/Arts Council England Client of the Year Award 2004.
The Black House, Cambridgeshire, by Mole Architects, was presented with the Manser Medal for the best one-off house.