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RIBA reveals South East region awards finalists

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Two projects from Guy Hollaway Architects are among the 14 schemes shortlisted for the 2018 RIBA South East Awards

The practice’s Palamon Court and The Cottage schemes will go up against a raft of buildings across Kent, Surrey and Sussex for the regional accolades.

Eight of the 14 shortlisted projects are in Kent, with just two in Surrey and four in Sussex.

In total, 43 buildings were entered for the region. The shortlisted buildings will be assessed by a regional jury and the winners announced at an awards evening and reception at Mercedes-Benz World in Weybridge on 17 May.

Making the regional shortlists is the first step on the long road to the coveted Stirling Prize. Regional Award winners will be considered for a RIBA National Award, and those winning a National Award will stand a chance of winning the Stirling Prize.

RIBA regional director James Robinson said: ‘We have a very strong shortlist of buildings for the RIBA Regional Awards in the South and South East this year. The standard and variety of the entries is high; from private houses to the larger public and institutional buildings.

‘The shortlist also demonstrates the fantastic amount of design talent in the region, in practices both large and small, local and working nationally or, indeed, internationally.’

Palamon Court, Canterbury, by Guy Hollaway Architects

Palamon Court, Canterbury, by Guy Hollaway Architects

Palamon Court, Canterbury, by Guy Hollaway Architects

Source: Charles Hosea

Palamon Court, Canterbury, by Guy Hollaway Architects

Sibson Building, University of Kent, Canterbury, by Penoyre & Prasad

Sibson Building, University of Kent, Canterbury by Penoyre & Prasad

Sibson Building, University of Kent, Canterbury, by Penoyre & Prasad

Source: Quintin Lake

Sibson Building, University of Kent, Canterbury by Penoyre & Prasad

Knole House Conservation Studio and Café, Sevenoaks, by Rodney Melville + Partners

Knole House Conservation Studio and Café, Sevenoaks by Rodney Melville + Partners

Knole House Conservation Studio and Café, Sevenoaks, by Rodney Melville + Partners

Source: Nick Hufton

Knole House Conservation Studio and Café, Sevenoaks by Rodney Melville + Partners

Black House, Kent, by AR Design Studio

Black House, Kent, by AR Design Studio

Black House, Kent, by AR Design Studio

Source: Martin Gardner

Black House, Kent, by AR Design Studio

Highland House, Kent, by Ben Adams Architects

Highland House, Kent, by Ben Adams Architects

Highland House, Kent, by Ben Adams Architects

Source: Edmund Sumner

Highland House, Kent, by Ben Adams Architects

The Apple Store, Kent, by pH+

The Apple Store, Kent, by pH+

The Apple Store, Kent, by pH+

Source: Tim Soar

The Apple Store, Kent, by pH+

The Cottage, Kent, by Guy Hollaway Architects

The Cottage, Kent, by Guy Hollaway Architects

The Cottage, Kent, by Guy Hollaway Architects

Source: Charles Hosea

The Cottage, Kent, by Guy Hollaway Architects

The Wood House, Kent, by Allies and Morrison

The Wood House, Kent, by Allies and Morrison

The Wood House, Kent, by Allies and Morrison

Source: Ståle Eriksen

The Wood House, Kent, by Allies and Morrison

City of London Freemen’s School Swimming Pool, Ashtead, by Hawkins\Brown

City of London Freemen’s School Swimming Pool, Ashtead, by Hawkins\Brown

City of London Freemen’s School Swimming Pool, Ashtead, by Hawkins\Brown

Source: Jack Hobhouse

City of London Freemen’s School Swimming Pool, Ashtead, by Hawkins\Brown

Oatlands Close, Surrey, by SOUP Architects

Oatlands Close, Surrey, by SOUP Architects

Oatlands Close, Surrey, by SOUP Architects

Source: Andy Matthews

Oatlands Close, Surrey, by SOUP Architects

The Kai Yong Yeoh Building, Brighton College, Brighton & Hove, by Hopkins Architects

The Kai Yong Yeoh Building, Brighton College, Brighton & Hove, by Hopkins Architects

The Kai Yong Yeoh Building, Brighton College, Brighton & Hove, by Hopkins Architects

Source: Simon Kennedy

The Kai Yong Yeoh Building, Brighton College, Brighton & Hove, by Hopkins Architects

Depot Cinema, Lewes, by Burrell Foley Fischer

Depot Cinema, Lewes, by Burrell Foley Fischer LLP

Depot Cinema, Lewes, by Burrell Foley Fischer

Source: Hufton + Crow

Depot Cinema, Lewes, by Burrell Foley Fischer

Studio in a Ruin, East Sussex, by Carmody Groarke

Studio in a Ruin, East Sussex, by Carmody Groarke

Studio in a Ruin, East Sussex, by Carmody Groarke

Source: Johan Dehlin

Studio in a Ruin, East Sussex, by Carmody Groarke

The Gateway Project, Weald & Downland Living Museum, by ABIR Architects

The Gateway Project, Weald & Downland Living Museum, by ABIR Architects

The Gateway Project, Weald & Downland Living Museum, by ABIR Architects

Source: Jim Stephenson

The Gateway Project, Weald & Downland Living Museum, by ABIR Architects

 

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