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RIBA Town and Country Design Awards focus on the South West

Donald Insall and Satellite Architects are among the raft of firms shortlisted for this year's RIBA Town and Country Design Awards.

The awards recognise architectural excellence in a specific UK region, and this year focus on the South West.

The full shortlist is:

New or Renovated Living Accommodation, sponsored by 4D Lighting

  • The Praedium, Bristol (Angus Meek Architects, Bristol);
  • Branksome Park, Dorset (Munden Robinson Architects, Poole);
  • Mirldown House, Wiltshire (Stan Bolt Architect, Brixham).
  • New or Renovated Workspace, sponsored by Alder King

  • Paintworks, Bristol (Acanthus Ferguson Mann, Bristol);
  • Charlton Farm Childrens Hospice, Wraxall (Lacey Hickie Caley, Exeter);
  • The Exchange, Penzance (Muma, London).
  • Conversion, Alteration or Extension of Existing Building

  • Prospect Barn, Gloucestershire (Pack Associates, London);
  • Moonshine, Wiltshire (Mitchell Taylor Workshop, Bath);
  • Wakefield Art Studios, Totnes (Harrisson Sutton Partnership, Totnes).
  • The Conservation Award, sponsored by The Rooflight Company

  • Yeo Farm, Devon (Van der Steen Hall Architects, Chagford);
  • Tiverton Pannier Market, (Tiverton Grainge Architects Ltd, Exeter);
  • Cross Bath, Bath (Donald Insall Associates, Bath)
  • The Sustainability Award, sponsored by The Groundwork Trust

  • River Cottage Barn, Axminster (Satellite Architects, London);
  • Room 13, Bristol (Mitchell Taylor Workshop, Bath).
  • Winners will be announced at an evening of celebration on 11 October in Bristol.

    by Clive Walker

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