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RIBA South Regional Awards shortlist announced

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Schemes by Walters and Cohen, MAKE and BDP have been named among the 21 projects shortlisted for RIBA South Regional Awards

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 South Regional Awards shortlist

  • Oxford Molecular Pathology Institute, MAKE
  • Private House, Stiff + Trevillion
  • Barncroft Primary School, Hampshire County Council Property Services
  • Bishop King Edward Chapel, Niall McLaughlin Architects
  • Private House, PCA Architects
  • Private House, Blair Limpert Peers
  • Private House, TDO Architecture
  • Quincentenary Project, Berman Guedes Stretton
  • The Quadrant MK, GMW Architects
  • Radcliffe Infirmary, Purcell
  • Ruskin College, Penoyre & Prasad
  • Ryde School, Walters and Cohen Architects
  • The West Wing, Said Business School, Phase 2, Dixon Jones
  • Southampton Seacity Museum, Wilkinson Eyre Architects
  • Spitbank Fort, PLC Architects
  • Stowe Gardens Visitor Centre, Cowper Griffith Architects
  • Private, Design ABC
  • Private House, David Grindley Architects
  • St Alphege Learning and Teaching Building, Design Engine Architects
  • Waingels College, Sheppard Robson
  • Waitrose Bracknell, BDP
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