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London RIBA Award Winners

The RIBA Award winners, London for 2010 include Burd Haward, Allies and Morrison, James Gorst Architects, Patel Taylor, Muma + Julian Harrap, Adam Khan, Jonathan Clark, Duggan Morris, Eric Parry van Heyningen & Haward Architects and Tonkin Liu

Forge Arts
Burd Haward

Highbury Square
Allies and Morrison

Leaf House
James Gorst Architects

Lowther Children’s Centre
Patel Taylor

Medieval + Rennaissance Galleries V+A
Muma + Julian Harrap

The Monument
Julian Harrap Architects

New Horizon Youth Centre
Adam Khan Architects

New Library Longford Community School
Jonathan Clark Architects

Northbury Infant & Junior School
Greenhill Janner Architects

Park Avenue South
studio octopi

Primary Substation for the 2012 Olympics
NORD Architecture

Regent’s Place Pavilion
Carmody Groarke

Sackler Building
Haworth Tompkins

Sackler Centre for Arts Education,V+A

Twenty Bishops Square/St Botolph’s Hall
Matthew Lloyd Architects

Whitechapel Gallery
Robbrecht & Daem / Witherford Watson Mann Architects

Whitecross Street
Project Orange

Yew Tree Lodge
Duggan Morris Architects

1-5 Bateman’s Mews
Anne Thorne Architects Partnership

7 July Memorial
Carmody Groarke

60 Threadneedle Street
Eric Parry Architects

The Artist’s House
Gumuchdjian Architects

Bankside 1 2 3
Allies and Morrison

Bateman’s Row
Theis & Khan Architects

Bus Driver Facility
Julian Cowie Architects

Charlotte Building
Lifschutz Davidson

Clapham Manor Primary School

College Road
Knox Bhavan Architects

Edward Alleyn Building
van Heyningen & Haward Architects

Forest of Light
Tonkin Liu


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