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RIBA reveals 2015 Stephen Lawrence Prize shortlist

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Projects by Niall McLaughlin, Liddicoat & Goldhill, and Flanagan Lawrence are among the seven schemes shortlisted for this year’s Stephen Lawrence Prize

Finalists for the award, which celebrates buildings completed on a budget of less than £1million, also include BBM Sustainable Design’s Waste House, a garden studio by Stonewood Design and houses by Prewett Bizley Architects and Edgley Design.

The winner will be revealed on 15 October at the RIBA’s Portland Place headquarters.

The prize, set up in memory of the teenager who was setting out on the road to becoming an architect when he was murdered in 1993, is intended to encourage fresh talent working with smaller budgets.

Stephen Lawrence Prize founder Marco Goldschmied, said: ‘I am particularly impressed with the diversity of the projects shortlisted for this year’s RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize.

‘Each has been expertly designed to work with rather than against the constraints of the site, whether rural or urban.

‘The shortlist proves that brilliant architecture can be executed on a smaller budget and clearly demonstrates the ingenuity of the profession today.’

Goldschmied is judging the prize alongside Doreen Lawrence, and last year’s winner Murray Kerr.

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  • Bruges Tozer

    So pleased to see two of the schemes we chose in the SW are in the running! Katy

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