Fifteen buildings have been shortlisted for RIBA West Midlands Awards, including two projects each by BPN Architects and Sheppard Robson
Among the other contenders for the regional awards are BDP’s Waterfall House at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Hayward Smart’s Warwickshire Farmhouse and Make’s One Centenary Square.
The winners will be announced at an event at The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire on Friday 17 May.
RIBA West Midlands regional director Deborah Walsh said: ‘I am delighted that these 15 buildings have been shortlisted for our 2019 awards, and I congratulate the architects, clients and contractors who worked to produce such remarkable schemes.
’This incredible variety of projects is a testament to the imagination, talent, innovation and ingenuity not just of the architects but of all those involved. They demonstrate the vision of the West Midlands to respond to today’s challenges and design for the future, whilst, where appropriate, respecting the past.’
Regional winners will be considered for an RIBA National Award. The shortlist for the RIBA Stirling Prize will be drawn from the RIBA National Award-winning buildings.
- Barn House, Herefordshire by Stolon Studio
- Beech Gardens, Ludlow by K4 Architects
- Caudwell International Children’s Centre, Newcastle-under-Lyme by C4 Projects
- Collaborative Teaching Laboratory, University of Birmingham by Sheppard Robson
- Grand Garden Conservatory at Alton Towers Resort, Staffordshire by CTD Architects
- Ingenuity House, Interserve UK Hub, Birmingham by Sheppard Robson
- Middle Hunt House Bridge, Herefordshire by Michael Crowley Architect
- One Centenary Square, Birmingham by Make Architects
- Squirrel Works, Birmingham by Sjolander da Cruz Architects
- The Co-Operative, Coventry by Corstorphine + Wright
- The Ghost House, Stratford-Upon-Avon by BPN Architects
- The Press Shop, Birmingham by BPN Architects
- Warwickshire Farmhouse, South Warwickshire by Hayward Smart Architects
- Waterfall House, Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Birmingham by BDP
- Wrekin College Business School, Telford by Baart Harries Newall