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Manser Medal

Michael Manser at the 2009 Medal ceremony

RIBA Manser Medal 2010

Michael Manser introduces this year’s awards

Hunsett Mill by Acme

RIBA Manser Medal Winner: Hunsett Mill by Acme

MANSER MEDAL 2010: The winning house, with full jury citation and extended commentary by Acme founder Friedrich Ludewig

Martello Tower

Martello Tower Y, by Piercy Conner Architects with Billings Jackson Industrial Design

MANSER MEDAL SHORTLIST Martello Tower Y is one of 103 ingeniously designed artillery towers that were built from 1805 at vulnerable points around the south and east coasts to resist Napoleonic invasion

Leaf House

Leaf House, by James Gorst Architects

MANSER MEDAL SHORTLIST: There is something of the fortress about this Portland stone tower topped with a glass lookout

Furzey Hall Farm

Furzey Hall Farm, by Waugh Thistleton Architects

MANSER MEDAL SHORTLIST Furzey Hall Farm is created from a three-storey Victorian Cotswold stone farm cottage and an adjacent barn.

Zero Carbon House, by John Christophers

Zero Carbon House, by John Christophers

MANSER MEDAL SHORTLIST: John Christophers has transformed an existing end-of-terrace Birmingham house into a ground-breaking carbon-neutral family home of rare quality

Bateman's Row

Bateman’s Row, by Theis + Khan Architects

MANSER MEDAL SHORTLIST: This ambitious, complex building achieved on an unprepossessing site in Shoreditch, London is a clever development by an architect-client couple for their home and office

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