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Heatherwick, Chipperfield and O'Donnell and Tuomey up for Lubetkin Prize

The RIBA has unveiled the three projects vying for this year’s Lubetkin Prize

  • UK Pavilion, World Expo 2010, in Shanghai, China by Thomas Heatherwick Studios
  • Timberyard Social Housing, in Dublin, Ireland by O’Donnell & Tuomey
  • Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Centre, Alaska, USA by David Chipperfield Architects

The award is given to an ‘outstanding work of architecture’ by a UK architect working outside the EU or a non-UK-based RIBA member working anywhere in the world. The trio, pictured on this page, were chosen from the RIBA’s 12 International Award winners, which also included Foster + Partner’s Winspear Opera House and Hopkins Architects’ Kroon Hall at Yale University, both in the US.The full list of the RIBA Award Winners is below.


Spanish Pavilion World Expo 2010
Shanghai China EMBT

UK Pavilion World Expo 2010
Shanghai China Thomas Heatherwick Studios

Herning Museum of Contemporary Art
Denmark Steven Holl Architects

Unilever Headquarters
Hamburg Germany Behnisch Architects

Timberyard Social Housing
Dublin Ireland O’Donnell & Tuomey

Bras Basah Mass Rapid Transit Station
Singapore WOHA

The Met
Bangkok Thailand WOHA

Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Centre
Alaska USA David Chipperfield Architects

Kroon Hall, School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
Yale University USA Hopkins Architects

Winspear Opera House
Dallas USA Foster + Partners

Carrasco International Airport
Uruguay Rafael Vinoly Architects

Uruguay Kallosturin

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