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RIBA Awards 2007/ Stirling Prize: International Awards

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International Awards 2007

There are eight winners of these International Awards for projects outside the EU by RIBA members, set out below.

The Lubetkin Prize is for the top of these International Award winners. The judges initially drew up a shortlist of three. The winner is Grimshaw Architects.

Judges for the International Awards are: Alan Stanton (Stanton Williams), Cany Ash (Ash Sakula Architects), Edward Jones (Jeremy Dixon.Edward Jones), Emily Campbell (The British Council), Glenn Howells (Glenn Howells Architects), Niall McLaughlin (Niall McLaughlin Architects), Paul Finch (Emap Construct), Paul Monaghan (Allford Hall Monaghan Morris), Peter Clegg (Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects), Rachel Haugh (Ian Simpson Architects), Richard Griffiths (Richard Griffiths Architects) and Sheila O'Donnell (O'Donnell + Tuomey).

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Lubetkin Prize

Southern Cross Station, Melbourne, Australia – Grimshaw (working within the Grimshaw Jackson Joint Venture)

Lubetkin Shortlist

Des Moines Public Library, Des Moines, USA – David Chipperfield Architects

Hearst Tower, New York, USA – Foster + Partners


Other International Award winners

British Embassy, Sana'a, Yemen – Design Engine Architects

Edith Cowan University, Joondalup, Australia – JCY Architects & Urban Designers

L5 Building, Sydney, Australia – Bligh Voller Nield

New Residence at the Swiss Embassy, Washington DC, USA – Stephen Holl Architects and Rüssli Architecten

School of Art and Art History, University of Iowa, USA – Stephen Holl Architects

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