The RIBA has extended the deadline for entries for its annual awards programme
RIBA chartered practices now have until 5pm on Monday 9 February to submit schemes for the RIBA Awards 2015 which celebrate the best projects completed in Britain within the past two years.
Shortlisted buildings will be visited by a jury where they will be considered for a regional award. Those receiving regional recognition will then be in the running for a national award.
Last year 44 national RIBA Awards were handed out to a wide range of schemes including the Stephen Lawrence Prize-winning house on Tiree by Denizen Works, O’Donnell and Tuomey’s Stirling Prize-shortlisted Saw Swee Hock student centre, and Zaha Hadid’s London Aquatics Centre.
All winners of RIBA Awards go on to be considered for the prestigious Stirling Prize – the biggest prize in UK architecture.
Earlier this year the RIBA announced it would be introducing a new international award to replace the Lubetkin Prize. The call for entries for this new accolade is set to launch in spring 2015.
More information on entering the awards can be found, here.