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Revealed: winners of 2016 RIBA South East Awards

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Schemes by Sanei Hopkins, Jonathan Dunn Architects and BBM Sustainable Design have triumphed in the 2016 RIBA South East Awards

Chosen from a shortlist of 11 projects, the winners included ‘one of the best in the collection’ of homes at Dungeness by Rodic Davidson Architects, a £340,000 beach café by Kaner Olette Architects, and a housing scheme in Rye which the judges said ‘skilfully tiptoed around the remains of the medieval wall’.

Also recognised were BBM Sustainable Design’s redevelopment of a derelict 1940s dairy, a ‘John Soane-influenced’ house by Sanei Hopkins, and an ‘imaginative’ family home by Hudson Architects.

The winners 

Private house, Kent by Rodic Davidson Architects

RIBA South East Awards shortlist

RIBA South East Awards shortlist

Source: Helene Binet

Private house, Kent by Rodic Davidson Architects

Gateway Café, Peacehaven by Kaner Olette Architects

RIBA South East Awards shortlist

RIBA South East Awards shortlist

Source: Andrew Hatfield

Gateway Café, Peacehaven by Kaner Olette Architects

Cinque Ports Street, Rye by Jonathan Dunn Architects

RIBA South East Awards shortlist

RIBA South East Awards shortlist

Source: Oliver Perrott

Cinque Ports Street, Rye by Jonathan Dunn Architects

Private house, East Sussex by BBM Sustainable Design

RIBA South East Awards shortlist

RIBA South East Awards shortlist

Source: Leigh Simpson

Private house, East Sussex by BBM Sustainable Design

Private house, East Sussex by Sanei Hopkins Architects

RIBA South East Awards shortlist

RIBA South East Awards shortlist

Source: Peter Landers

Private house, East Sussex by Sanei Hopkins Architects

Private house, Jersey by Hudson Architects

RIBA South East Awards shortlist

RIBA South East Awards shortlist

Source: Edmund Sumner

Private house, Jersey by Hudson Architects

RIBA South East Special Awards

Sustainability Award New House, East Sussex by BBM Sustainable Design

James Robinson, RIBA Regional Director said: ‘We are very lucky to have such outstanding buildings entered for the RIBA Awards this year. The standard and variety of the entries is great to see. The entries also demonstrate the fantastic amount of design talent in and around the south east. The region has many wonderful buildings and the winners this year show that they are still being built’.

Regional winners will be put forward for the RIBA National Awards, with the lucky recipients announced in June. Those collecting national awards will then be considered for the 2016 RIBA Stirling Prize.

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