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RIBA London Regional Awards shortlist announced

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Schemes by Alison Brooks, Peter Barber, John McAslan and Haworth Tompkins have been named on the 57-strong RIBA London Regional Awards shortlist

The regional shortlist announcements mark the first step on the road to finding this year’s Stirling Prize winner. From these finalists, the regional and national award winners will be chosen.

The RIBA’s national awards group will then whittle down the national victors with the final six vying for the UK’s biggest architectural accolade, the Stirling Prize, expected to be revealed in July.

RIBA London Regional Awards shortlist

    • Quadrant 3, Dixon Jones
    • The Photographers Gallery, O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects
    • The South Molton Street Building, DSDHA
    • The Brassworks, Belsize Architects
    • Kensington Palace, John Simpson Architects with Historic Royal Palaces
    • Carnival Village at the Yaa Centre, Foster Wilson Architects
    • Fermoy Road, Darling Associates
    • The Bluebell House, Burd Haward Architects
    • Westside Young People’s Centre London Borough of Ealing Property Services
    • UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre, Hopkins Architects
    • Wakefield Street Townhouses, Piercy&Company
    • Sir John Soane’s Museum, Julian Harrap Architects
    • The RSA, Matthew Lloyd Architects LLP
    • Beveridge Mews, Peter Barber Architects
    • Ada Street Mixed Development, Amin Taha Architects
    • Cardinal Pole Catholic School, Jestico + Whiles
    • Lauriston School, Meadowcroft Griffin Architects
    • Olympic Energy Centre King’s Yard, John McAslan + Partners

      Olympic Energy Centre King’s Yard, John McAslan + Partners

      Olympic Energy Centre King’s Yard, John McAslan + Partners

    • Emirates Air Line, Wilkinson Eyre Architects
    • The Crystal, Wilkinson Eyre Architects
    • East Village (formerly London 2012 Athletes Village) masterplan, Fletcher Priest Architects
    • Sir Ludwig Guttmann Health & Wellbeing Centre, Penoyre & Prasad
    • The Olympic Park Masterplan, Allies and Morrison
    • Gee Street, Munkenbeck+Partners
    • Ironmonger Row Baths, Tim Ronalds Architects
    • The Goldsmiths’ Centre, Lyall, Bills and Young
    • The Filling Station, Carmody Groarke
    • Court House, Coffey Architects
    • Lens House, Alison Brooks Architects
    • Folded House, Coffey Architects
    • Living Workshop, UllmayerSylvester Architects
    • Church Walk, David Mikhail Architects
    • Waddington Studios, featherstone young
    • Montpelier Community Nursery, AY Architects
    • Private House - Totteridge Village, Robin Walker Architects
    • North London Hospice, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
    • Open Air Theatre, Haworth Tompkins
    • 7 More London, Foster + Partners
    • Alex Monroe Studio, Snowsfields, DSDHA
    • Student Centre, Hawkins\Brown

Room for London on Queen Elizabeth Hall by David Kohn

Room for London on Queen Elizabeth Hall by David Kohn

    • Room For London, David Kohn Architects
    • Clarson House, Cartwright Pickard Architects
    • 25 Tanners Hill, Dow Jones Architects
    • Cutty Sark, Grimshaw
    • Essex Mews, Matthew Wood Architects
    • The Horniman Museum and Gardens, Walters & Cohen Architects
    • One Hyde Park, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
    • Tex-Tonic 1&2, Paul McAneary Architects
    • Slip House, Carl Turner Architects
    • Private House in Kensington, David Chipperfield Architects
    • The Library Building, Studio Egret West
    • Akerman, Henley Halebrown Rorrison
    • Dagenham Park Church of England School, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
    • Hayes Primary School, Hayhurst and Co.
    • Isaac Newton Academy, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
    • Kingston Business School, Hawkins\Brown
    • Studio Theatre, ICT and Sixth Form Centre at Brentford School, Paul Vick Architects
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