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AJ Retrofit Awards finalists revealed Part 3: Listed and cultural buildings

The AJ can reveal the third set of finalists vying for this year’s ‘retrofit Oscars’. Today: Listed and cultural buildings

This week we will be announcing all the projects shortlisted for the AJ Retrofit Awards 2017, looking at schemes ranging from small house conversions to the overhaul of historic listed structures.

Among the practices named on the shortlist for the best cultural building retrofit are Bennetts Associates, BDP, Stirling Prize-winners Haworth Tompkins and the team behind the Design Museum’s new home OMA with Allies and Morrison and John Pawson.

Meanwhile the listed buildings categories feature schemes by Duggan Morris Architects, EPR, Alec French Architects, Hopkins and Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, winner of last year’s coveted Retrofit of the Year prize for its £2.9 million revamp of Liverpool’s Royal Court Theatre.

The 2017 winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at The Brewery in London on 13 September (for more information click here). The AJ Retrofit Awards are sponsored by Sapa Building Systems, Cantifix and Schlüter-Systems.

Cultural Buildings

• Bearsden Burgh Hall by Anderson Bell Christie
• National Army Museum by BDP
• Storyhouse Chester by Bennetts Associates
• 11 Princelet Street ‘The Studio’ by Chris Dyson Architects
• University of Winchester Chapel by Design Engine Architects
• The Bush Theatre by Haworth Tompkins
• Henry Moore Studios and Gardens by Hugh Broughton Architects
• Velehrad London by Inglis Badrashi Loddo
• The Design Museum by OMA with Allies and Morrison and John Pawson
• Kelvin Hall Refurbishment by Page\Park Architects

Cultural Buildings finalist: 11 Princelet Street ‘The Studio’ by Chris Dyson Architects

Cultural Buildings finalist: 11 Princelet Street ‘The Studio’ by Chris Dyson Architects

Cultural Buildings finalist: 11 Princelet Street ‘The Studio’ by Chris Dyson Architects

Listed Building over £5 million

 • The Principal Hotel by 3DReid
• City Hall, Bristol by Alec French Architects
• One King William Street by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
• Engineering Building, University of Leicester by Arup
• 10 Trinity Square by Aukett Swanke
• Oldham Town Hall by BDP
• Plummer House by Corstorphine + Wright Architects
• The Loom by Duggan Morris Architects
• The Lalit London by EPR Architects and Archer Humphreys
• The Lighthouse, King’s Cross by Latitude
• Paul Webley Wing, School of Oriental and African Studies by Rock Townsend Architects and Mace

 Listed Building over £5 million finalist: Oldham Town Hall by BDP

Listed Building over £5 million finalist: Oldham Town Hall by BDP

Listed Building over £5 million finalist: Oldham Town Hall by BDP

 

Listed Building under £5 million

• Warwick Hall Community Centre by Acanthus Clews Architects
• Kent Terrace by Belsize Architects
• Lamb’s Conduit Street by Benedetti Architects
• Lye & Wollescote Cemetery by Chapels Brownhill Hayward Brown
• 119 Ebury Street by David Morley Architects
• The Royal Dart by Gillespie Yunnie Architects
• The Galvanising Workshop by Hazle McCormack Young
• Holkham Hall Stables and Pottery Building by Hopkins Architects
• 48/50 Broadwick Street by ian mcardle architects
• Former Nichol Street Infant School, Club Row by Quinn Architects

Listed Building under £5 million finalist: Kent Terrace by Belsize Architects

Listed Building under £5 million finalist: Kent Terrace by Belsize Architects

Source: Nick Kane

Listed Building under £5 million finalist: Kent Terrace by Belsize Architects

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