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RIBA Awards 2011: European victors

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David Chipperfield Architects is the biggest winner in this year’s RIBA European Awards 2011

The practice’s Kaufhaus Tyrol in Innsbruck and Folkwang Museum in Essen were named among the eight projects to be handed the awards, which recognise ‘excellent work being done by RIBA members in the European Union outside the UK’.

 All eight are eligible for the Stirling Prize.

Kaufhaus Tyrol, Innsbruck, Austria by David Chipperfield Architects
Building type: retail and leisure
Value: confidential

Harbour Isle Apartments, Copenhagen, Denmark by Lundgard & Tranberg
Building type: housing
Value: confidential

Middelfart Savings Bank, Middelfart, Denmark by 3XN
Building type: workplace and production
Value: £15.5 million 

SEB Headquarters, Copenhagen, Denmark by Lundgaard and Tranberg
Building type: workplace and production
Value: confidential

Folkwang Museum, Essen, Germany by David Chipperfield Archtiects
Building type: museum/cultural buildings
Value: confidential

Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland by Populous/Scott Tallon Walker
Building type: retail and leisure
Value: €410 million

De Prinsendam, Amsterdam, Netherlands by Tony Fretton Architects
Building type: housing
Value: €11 million

Bodegas Portia, Ribera del Duero, Spain, by Foster + Partners
Building type: retail and leisure
Value: £25 million

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