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RIBA EU Awards shortlist revealed

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Schemes by Foster + Partners, Zaha Hadid and David Chipperfield have been shortlisted to receive a RIBA EU Award

A total of 13 projects are in the running for the accolades which are given to buildings in the European Union but outside the UK.

These buildings will be for the RIBA Stirling Prize in 2014 - however it might be the last year that projects in the EU are up for the gong. When the new-look International Award is re-introduced in 2015 the prize will potentially also cover schemes in Europe.

This means the Stirling Prize, which began in 1996 and is chosen from RIBA Awards winners for projects built in either the UK or the EU, can revert to its original aim of rewarding the best building in this country.

Full shortlist

Danish Maritime Museum, Helsingør by BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group
Baakenhafen Bridge, Hamburg by Wilkinson Eyre Architects
Extension Joachimstrasse 11, Berlin by David Chipperfield Architects
, Linz by Terry Pawson Architects
UN City, Copenhagen by 3XN
The Blue Planet, Kastrup by 3XN
Vieux Port, Marseille by Foster + Partners
, Munich by Foster + Partners
Nuovo Centro Civico in Scandicci, Province of Florence by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Vartov Square, Copenhagen by Hall McKnight
Metrostation Kraaiennest, Amsterdam by Maccreanor Lavington
Departments Of Law And Central Administration Vienna University, Vienna by CRAB studio
Library and Learning Centre,
Vienna by Zaha Hadid Architects


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