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RIBA South West Regional Awards shortlist announced

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Schemes by Wilkinson Eyre, Burwell Deakins and Ferguson Mann have been named the among 18 projects shortlisted for regional awards by RIBA South West

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 these 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 West Regional Awards shortlist

  • Stillpoint, Mitchell Taylor Workshop/Piers Taylor
  • Beacon Edge, CaSA Architects
  • Innox Lodge, Designscape Architects
  • Lakeshore, Ferguson Mann Architects
  • Chedworth Roman Villa, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
  • St Peter’s Catholic Primary School, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
  • Cranham Lodge, Batterham Matthews
  • Heartlands, Stride Treglown
  • The Exchange, Burwell Deakins
  • University of Exeter Forum Project, Wilkinson Eyre
  • Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Allies and Morrison
  • Gledswood Cottage, Annie Martin Architect
  • Berry Head Rocks, Stan Bolt Architect
  • The Green House, Stan Bolt Architect
  • Poole Harbour Second Crossing, Wilkinson Eyre
  • Bryanston School Boat House, Adams + Collingwood Architects
  • Big Shed (Assembly Workshop), AA Design & Make, Mitchell Taylor Workshop, Invisible Studio
  • Castle Green Bridge, Moxon Architects
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