Donald Insall and Satellite Architects are among the raft of firms shortlisted for this year's RIBA Town and Country Design Awards.
The awards recognise architectural excellence in a specific UK region, and this year focus on the South West.
The full shortlist is:
New or Renovated Living Accommodation, sponsored by 4D LightingThe Praedium, Bristol (Angus Meek Architects, Bristol);Branksome Park, Dorset (Munden Robinson Architects, Poole);Mirldown House, Wiltshire (Stan Bolt Architect, Brixham).
New or Renovated Workspace, sponsored by Alder KingPaintworks, Bristol (Acanthus Ferguson Mann, Bristol);Charlton Farm Childrens Hospice, Wraxall (Lacey Hickie Caley, Exeter);The Exchange, Penzance (Muma, London).
Conversion, Alteration or Extension of Existing BuildingProspect Barn, Gloucestershire (Pack Associates, London);Moonshine, Wiltshire (Mitchell Taylor Workshop, Bath);Wakefield Art Studios, Totnes (Harrisson Sutton Partnership, Totnes).
The Conservation Award, sponsored by The Rooflight CompanyYeo Farm, Devon (Van der Steen Hall Architects, Chagford);Tiverton Pannier Market, (Tiverton Grainge Architects Ltd, Exeter);Cross Bath, Bath (Donald Insall Associates, Bath)
The Sustainability Award, sponsored by The Groundwork TrustRiver Cottage Barn, Axminster (Satellite Architects, London);Room 13, Bristol (Mitchell Taylor Workshop, Bath).
Winners will be announced at an evening of celebration on 11 October in Bristol.
by Clive Walker