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In pictures: AHMM and Hopkins bag Civic Trust Awards

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AHMM and Hopkins were among winners of special prizes at this year’s Civic Trust Awards

AHMM’s North London Hospice in Haringey took the special award for sustainability while Hopkins’ London 2012 Olympic Velodrome was awarded the top prize for Olympic and Paralympic projects.

A total of 32 schemes won prizes at the annual award ceremony which was held at City Hall in Cardiff.

Seven special awards were given to projects which demonstrated outstanding design. The Vine Trust Barge in Edinburgh by Ingenium Archial was awarded a special award for community impact and engagement.

The Selwyn Goldsmith award for universal design went to CZWG for the Canada Water Library while the Novium in Chichester by Keith Williams Architects was awarded the Michael Middleton special award.

The Michael Middleton award is given in memory of former Civic Trust director, Michael Middleton MBE, and recognises excellence in renovation or new build projects within conservation areas.

The National Panel special prize was given to the Peace Bridge in Derry City, Northern Ireland by Wilkinson Eyre Architects. This award is selected by panel members as their favourite scheme from the year’s award winning projects. 

Reiach and Hall Architects’ Forth Valley College Stirling Campus was meanwhile awarded the special award for scotland.

Civic Trust Awards managing director, Malcolm Hankey said: ‘The Civic Trust Awards celebrate not only design excellence, but also the relationship between structures, places, the environment and communities. Winning projects have demonstrated architectural excellence whilst offering cultural, social or economic benefit to the local community.’

The winning schemes were chosen from 263 national and international entries.

Full list of award winning projects:

Arts Campus at Umeå University, Sweden by Henning Larsen Architects

Bramall Music Building, Birmingham by Glenn Howells Architects

Bridport House, Hackney by Karakusevic Carson Architects

Canada Water Library, Southwark by CZWG Architects

Chetham’s School of Music, Manchester  by Roger Stephenson Architects

Exhibition Road, Kensington by Dixon Jones

Forth Valley College Alloa Campus, Scotland by Reiach and Hall Architects

Forth Valley College Stirling Campus, Scotland by Reiach and Hall Architects

Garsington Opera Pavilion, Wycombe by Snell Associates

Jarrold Bridge, Norwich by Ramboll

Jerwood Gallery, Hastings by HAT Projects

Lakeshore, Bristol by Acanthus Ferguson Mann

London 2012 Olympic Stadium, London by Populous

London 2012 Olympic Velodrome, London by Hopkins Architects

McKee Court, Dublin by Dublin City Council

Mount Street, Westminster by BDP

North London Hospice, Haringey by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Olympic Park, Masterplan and Parklands, London by LDA Design / Hargreaves Asssociates and ODA

Peace Bridge, Northern Ireland by Wilkinson Eyre Architects

Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh by Page\Park

Southampton Sea City, Southampton by Wilkinson Eyre Architects

Superkilen Copenhagen, Denmark by BIG

The Hive, Worcester by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

The Library Building, Lambeth by Studio Egret West

The MAC, Belfast by Hall McKnight Architects

The New Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury by Keith Williams Architects

The Novium, Chichester by Keith Williams Architects

The Simon Smith Building, Brighton by Allies and Morrison

The Vine Trust Barge, Edinburgh by Ingenium Archial

Two Passive Solar Gain Houses, Carrick by Simon Conder Associates

University of the Arts London Campus for Central Saint Martins, King’s Cross by Stanton Williams

Worth Abbey Church - New Interior Lighting, Crawley by dpa lighting design

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