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By Ruth Slavid.
19 May 2011Richard Waite
Foster + Partners and John McAslan & Partners each picked up a brace of 2011 RIBA International Awards
11 June 2009Christopher Sell
Foster and Partners’ Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal is one of six schemes shortlisted for the RIBA’s prestigious Lubetkin Prize, supported by The Architectural Review
21 July 2011Richard Waite
Five ‘big budget’ blockbusters have been named on the shortlist for this year’s Lubetkin Prize, including two schemes by Foster + Partners
8 June 2006Ed Dorrell
The three-strong shortlist for the first ever Lubetkin Prize, for the most outstanding work of architecture outside the EU by a RIBA member, has been unveiled.
12 February 2014Paul Finch
The rules were drawn up in a contingent fashion, responding to fads, television and a desire to be super-internationalist, writes Paul Finch
18 July 2013Tom Ravenscroft
Projects by Zaha Hadid, Grimshaw and Wilkinson Eyre are vying for this year’s best international building gong - the 2013 Lubetkin Prize
25 July 2012Merlin Fulcher
This year’s shortlist for the RIBA Lubetkin Prize – awarded to the best new international building outside the EU – has been announced, featuring a raft of high-profile Asian projects
3 October 2011Merlin Fulcher
The Met in Bangkok, Thailand by WOHA has landed this year’s Lubetkin Prize awarded for the best international building outside the EU
26 June 2006ED
The Red Location Museum of the People's Struggle in South Africa, by Noero Wolff Architects, has won the RIBA's inaugural Lubetkin Prize.
22 June 2007MT
Grimshaw Architects has won the 2007 Lubetkin Prize for its Southern Cross Station in Melbourne, Australia.
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