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The Stirling Prize shortlist as chosen by 400 AJ readers

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Adam Khan’s Brockholes Visitor Centre is the AJ readers’ favourite to be on the Stirling Prize shortlist

More than 400 AJ subscribers voted for the six RIBA Award winning projects that they thought should be included on the Stirling Prize shortlist - and a decisive 38.5 per cent of readers placed the Brockholes Visitor Centre on their shortlist.

Along with Adam Khan Architects the readers’ choice shortlist is made up of two projects designed by Stanton Williams and buildings from O’Donnell + Tuomey, David Chipperfield and Populous.

Stirling Prize shortlist: AJ readers’ choice

  • Brockholes Visitor Centre by Adam Khan 38.5%
  • Lyric Theatre by O’Donnell + Tuomey 29.4%
  • The Hepworth Wakefield by David Chipperfield Architects 25.3%
  • London Olympic Stadium by Populous 21.4%
  • Phase 1 Granary Complex: CSM Campus King’s Cross by Stanton Williams 20.8%
  • Hackney Marshes Centre by Stanton Williams 19.0%
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Readers' comments (1)

  • Yasmin Shariff

    It is crazy that such diverse projects have to be judged in competition with each other when the scale of the challenge is so different. From the Olympic Stadium to the Hackney Marshes Centre architects have demonstrated their unrivalled skill and ingenuity at delivering projects economically and beautifully. All of these short-listed projects deserve to win there should be more than one prize. What was missing from the entries was social housing and there were few schools- is this a wake up call to government policy makers - can we afford to let them slumber?

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