RIBA Awards 2022 News: Buildings, Architects

2022 RIBA London Awards shortlist, Winning Buildings, British Capital Architecture, Projects Links

2022 RIBA London Awards Winners, UK

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RIBA Awards 2022 Winning Buildings and Architects

The Royal Institute of British Architects announced the 29 winners of the 2022 RIBA National Awards for architecture. The winners for London are:

• 100 Liverpool Street by Hopkins Architects (London)
• BFI Riverfront by Carmody Groarke (London)
• Hackney New Primary School and 333 Kingsland Road by Henley Halebrown (London)
• Harris Academy, Sutton by Architype (London)
• Hawley Wharf by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (London)
• Ibstock Place School Refectory by Maccreanor Lavington (London)
• Kiln Place by Peter Barber Architects (London)
• LB Southwark SILS3 by Tim Ronalds Architects (London)
• Orchard Gardens, Elephant Park by Panter Hudspith Architects (London)
• Sands End Arts and Community Centre by Mæ Architects (London)
• St John’s Church, Hackney by Thomas Ford & Partners (London)
• Surbiton Springs by Surman Weston (London)

100 Liverpool Street design by Hopkins Architects:
100 Liverpool Street design by Hopkins Architects - 2022 RIBA London Awards100 Liverpool Street design by Hopkins Architects - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Charles Hosea

BFI Riverfront, Southbank, central London by Carmody Groarke, Architects:
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photo : Luke Hayes
BFI Riverfront London

Hackney New Primary School and 333 Kingsland Road, design by Henley Halebrown:
Hackney New Primary School and 333 Kingsland RoadHackney New Primary School and 333 Kingsland Road
photo © Nick Kane

Harris Academy, Sutton, design by Architype:
Harris Academy, Sutton, by Architype - 2022 RIBA London AwardsHarris Academy, Sutton, by Architype - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Jack Hobhouse

Hawley Wharf design by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris:
Hawley Wharf London building by Allford Hall Monaghan MorrisHawley Wharf London building by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
photo © Timothy Soar

Ibstock Place School Refectory design by Maccreanor Lavington:
Ibstock Place School Refectory, Maccreanor LavingtonIbstock Place School Refectory, Maccreanor Lavington
photo © Jack Hobhouse

Kiln Place design by Peter Barber Architects:
Kiln Place, by Peter Barber Architects - 2022 RIBA London AwardsKiln Place, by Peter Barber Architects - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Morley von Sternberg

LB Southwark SILS3:
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Orchard Gardens, Elephant Park, design by Panter Hudspith Architects:
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photograph © Timothy Soar

Sands End Arts and Community Centre design by Mæ Architects:
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photo © Rory Gardiner

St John’s Church, Hackney, design by Thomas Ford & Partners:
St John's Church, Hackney, by Thomas Ford & PartnersSt John's Church, Hackney, by Thomas Ford & Partners
photograph © Gilbert McCarragher

Ditton Hill House, Surbiton, South West London
Design: Surman Weston Architects
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photo : Johan Dehlin
House in Ditton Hill, Surbiton

24 May 2022

2022 RIBA London Building of the Year announced

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photo © Rory Gardiner

2022 RIBA London Awards Winners News

Sands End Arts and Community Centre by Mæ Architects has been announced as the 2022 Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) London Building of the Year.

Located on the northwest corner of Fulham’s South Park, the new Sands End Arts and Community Centre is a collaborative development comprising several new pavilions built with a sustainably sourced CLT frame. As part of the same project Clancarty Lodge, a popular landmark, was refurbished as an exhibition space. Driven by the local council’s arts strategy of improving access to cultural activities for the widely diverse local community, the development’s brief and programme were co-created in consultation with the council, user clients, local stakeholders and local residents, all facilitated by the architects. The result is a flexible new facility at the gateway into the park.

RIBA President, Simon Allford said:

“Winning a regional Building of the Year Award is a major achievement. Across the country projects have been selected for this accolade because they are exemplars of the very best of innovative, intelligent and delightful design. The results of positive collaboration between architect and client, and design team and contractor, they demonstrate that high quality, sustainable architecture can positively impact the lives of the people that engage with it. My warmest congratulations to all those involved.”

The RIBA Regional Building of the Year Awards were presented at a ceremony at the RIBA’s Headquarters in London on Tuesday evening.

Sands End Arts and Community Centre, by Mæ Architects

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The 2022 RIBA London Award winners were:

  • 100 Bishopsgate by Allies and Morrison with Arney Fender Katsalidis
  • 100 Liverpool Street by Hopkins Architects
  • 198 CAL by CarverHaggard
  • 245 Hammersmith Road by Sheppard Robson
  • Artist’s Studio in Stepney by Martin Edwards Architects
  • Barts Square by Sheppard Robson with Maccreanor Lavington and Piercy&Company
  • Belle Vue by Morris+Company with Architecture PLB
  • BFI Riverfront by Carmody Groarke
  • Breakers Place, Nottingdale by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
  • Cromwell Place by BuckleyGrayYeoman
  • Ditton Hill House by Surman Weston
  • Hackney New Primary School and 333 Kingsland Road by Henley Halebrown
  • Hackney School of Food by Surman Weston
  • Harris Academy Sutton by Architype
  • Hawley Wharf by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
  • House in Primrose Hill by Jamie Fobert Architects
  • Hoxton Southwark by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands
  • Ibstock Place School Refectory by Maccreanor Lavington
  • Kiln Place by Peter Barber Architects
  • Lambeth Palace Library by Wright & Wright Architects
  • LB Southwark SILS3 by Tim Ronalds Architects
  • Leyton House by McMahon Architecture
  • Mews House by creativemass
  • Mews House Deep Retrofit by Prewett Bizley Architects
  • Mountain View by CAN
  • NoMad London by EPR Architects
  • Orchard Gardens, Elephant Park by Panter Hudspith Architects
  • Peveril Gardens and Studios by Sanchez Benton Architects with Gabriel Kuri and Nigel Dunnett
  • Pitched Black by Gruff Architects
  • Plumstead Centre by HawkinsBrown
  • Royal Wharf Primary School by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
  • Sands End Arts and Community Centre by Mæ Architects
  • Sideways House by Leep Architects
  • Sir Michael Uren Hub by Allies and Morrison
  • St John’s Church, Hackney by Thomas Ford & Partners with John Pawson
  • St John’s Street by Emil Eve Architects
  • The Post Building by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
  • The Library House by Macdonald Wright Architects
  • Tree House Ealing by Fletcher Crane Architects
  • Victoria House Bloomsbury by Hutchinson & Partners and LABS Design
  • Woods Quay by Architecturall with Bere Architects
  • Yorkton Workshop by Cassion Castle Architects with Pearson Lloyd

All RIBA London Award winners will now be considered for a highly-coveted RIBA National Award in recognition of their architectural excellence, which will be announced in June. The shortlist for the RIBA Stirling Prize for the best building of the year will be drawn from the RIBA National Award-winning projects later in the year.

Previously on e-architect:

28 Feb 2022

68 projects shortlisted for the 2022 RIBA London architecture awards

Royal Institute of British Architects – British Prize Shortlist: Buildings + Architects News

Monday 28th of February 2022 – 68 projects have been shortlisted for 2022 RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) London Awards.

Principal Tower building design by Foster + Partners:
Principal Tower building design by Foster + Partners - 2022 RIBA London AwardsPrincipal Tower building design by Foster + Partners - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Nigel Young

2022 RIBA London Awards shortlist News

The projects that have been shortlisted are:

• 100 Bishopsgate, Allies and Morrison
• 100 Liverpool Street, Hopkins Architects
• 135 Bishopsgate, Fletcher Priest Architects
• 198 CAL, CarverHaggard
• 245 Hammersmith Road, by Sheppard Robson
• 80 Percent House – Deep Retrofit in a Conservation Area, by Prewett Bizley Architects
• Albion Drive E8, by Theme2 Architects
• Artist’s Studio in Stepney, Martin Edwards Architects
• Barts Square, by Sheppard Robson
• Belgravia Gate, by Flanagan Lawrence Ltd
• Belle Vue, by Morris+Company
• BFI Riverfront, Carmody Groarke
• Breakers Place, Nottingdale, by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
• Brickfields, by Witherford Watson Mann Architects
• Bunhill 2 Energy Centre, by Cullinan Studio
• City Law School, by WilkinsonEyre
• Cromwell Place, by Buckley Gray Yeoman
• Dept W, Buckley Gray Yeoman
• Ditton Hill House, Surman Weston
• Duckworth Terrace, Peter Barber Architects
• Forest Gate Community School, by Rivington Street Studio
• Hackney New Primary School and 333 Kingsland Road, by Henley Halebrown
• Hackney School of Food, by Surman Weston
• Harris Academy, Sutton, Architype
• Harrow Square, by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (Europe)
• Hawley Wharf, by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
• House in Primrose Hill, by Jamie Fobert Architects Limited
• Hoxton Southwark, Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands
• Ibstock Place School Refectory, Maccreanor Lavington
• Kiln Place, by Peter Barber Architects
• Lambeth Palace Library, Wright & Wright Architects
• LB Southwark SILS3, Tim Ronalds Architects
• Leyton House, by McMahon Architecture
• Mews House Deep Retrofit, by Prewett Bizley Architects
• Mews House, by creativemass
• Mountain View, CAN
• NoMad London, by EPR Architects
• Orchard Gardens, Elephant Park, Panter Hudspith Architects
• Peveril Gardens and Studios, Sanchez Benton Architects
• Pinnacle House, Royal Wharf, Mae Architects
• Pitched Black, Gruff Architects
• Plumstead Centre, HawkinsBrown
• Principal Tower, Foster + Partners
• Ram Quarter Phase One, EPR Architects
• Royal Wharf Primary School, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
• Sands End Arts and Community Centre, by Mæ Architects
• Sideways House, by Leep Architects
• Sir Michael Uren Hub, by Allies and Morrison
• Smithson Tower _ The Economist Building, by ConForm Architects
• Southwark Brick House, Satish Jassal Architects
• St John Street, by Emil Eve Architects
• St John’s Church, Hackney, by Thomas Ford & Partners
• St Mary’s Centre, by Erect Architecture
• Stephen Hawking School, by Donald McCrory
• Studio House, by AOC Architecture Ltd
• The Archives, by ROAR Architects
• The Interlock, by Bureau de Change Architects
• The Library House, by Macdonald Wright Architects
• The Lodge, Simon Gill Architects
• The Mews House, Bouverie Mews, by Spatial Affairs Bureau
• The Post Building, by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
• Totteridge House, by Gregory Phillips Architects
• Toynbee Hall Estate and London Square Spitalfields, Platform 5 Architects
• Tree House, Ealing, by Fletcher Crane Architects
• Victoria House, Bloomsbury , by Hutchinson & Partners
• Wimbledon House, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
• Woods Quay, by Architecturall ltd
• Yorkton Workshops, by Cassion Castle Architects

Principal Tower design by Foster + Partners:
Principal Tower building design by Foster + Partners ArchitectsPrincipal Tower building design by Foster + Partners Architects
photograph © Nigel Young

RIBA London Director Dian Small, welcomed the news:

“Despite the challenges of the past two years, we are delighted that the shortlist includes a wide variety of buildings – all are a true testament to the high standard of architecture that London has to offer.

The jury discussions were focused on assessing how environmentally and socially consciousness the projects were – and particularly how they have and will positively shape the communities they are in.”

2022 RIBA London Awards shortlist – South East

100 Bishopsgate design by Allies and Morrison:
100 Bishopsgate design by Allies and Morrison - 2022 RIBA London Awards100 Bishopsgate design by Allies and Morrison - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Jason Hawkes

100 Liverpool Street design by Hopkins Architects:
100 Liverpool Street design by Hopkins Architects - 2022 RIBA London Awards100 Liverpool Street design by Hopkins Architects - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Charles Hosea

135 Bishopsgate design by Fletcher Priest Architects:
135 Bishopsgate design by Fletcher Priest Architects - 2022 RIBA London Awards135 Bishopsgate design by Fletcher Priest Architects - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Jack Hobhouse

Artist’s Studio in Stepney:
Artist's Studio in Stepney - 2022 RIBA London AwardsArtist's Studio in Stepney - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Simon Carruthers

Dept W:
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photograph © Matt Chisnall

Duckworth Terrace:
Duckworth Terrace 2022 RIBA London Awards shortlistDuckworth Terrace 2022 RIBA London Awards shortlist
photograph © Morley von Sternberg

LB Southwark SILS3:
LB Southwark SILS3 - 2022 RIBA London AwardsLB Southwark SILS3 - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Jim Stephenson

Pinnacle House, Royal Wharf:
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photograph © Rory Gardiner

Pitched Black House:
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photograph © French+Tye

Plumstead Centre:
Plumstead Centre - 2022 RIBA London AwardsPlumstead Centre - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Jack Hobhouse

Royal Wharf Primary School:
Royal Wharf Primary School - 2022 RIBA London AwardsRoyal Wharf Primary School - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Jim Stephenson

Southwark Brick House:
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photograph © Richard Chivers

Toynbee Hall Estate and London Square Spitalfields:
Toynbee Hall Estate and London Square SpitalfieldsToynbee Hall Estate and London Square Spitalfields
photograph © Alan Williams

2022 RIBA London Awards shortlist – South West

198 CAL by CarverHaggard:
198 CAL, CarverHaggard in Herne Hill, South London198 CAL, CarverHaggard in Herne Hill, South London
photograph © Francesco Russo

BFI Riverfront by Carmody Groarke:
BFI Riverfront by Carmody Groarke - 2022 RIBA London AwardsBFI Riverfront by Carmody Groarke - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Carmody Groarke

Ditton Hill House by Surman Weston:
Ditton Hill House by Surman Weston - 2022 RIBA London AwardsDitton Hill House by Surman Weston - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Johan Dehlin

Harris Academy, Sutton, by Architype:
Harris Academy, Sutton, by Architype - 2022 RIBA London AwardsHarris Academy, Sutton, by Architype - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Jack Hobhouse

Hoxton Southwark by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands:
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photograph © Paul Riddle

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photograph © Jack Hobhouse

Lambeth Palace Library Building by Wright & Wright Architects:
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photograph © Hufton+Crow

Mountain View
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photograph © Jim Stephenson

Orchard Gardens, Elephant Park, Panter Hudspith Architects
Orchard Gardens, Elephant Park, Panter Hudspith ArchitectsOrchard Gardens, Elephant Park, Panter Hudspith Architects
photograph © Timothy Soar

Peveril Gardens and Studios by Sanchez Benton Architects:
Peveril Gardens and Studios by Sanchez Benton ArchitectsPeveril Gardens and Studios by Sanchez Benton Architects
photograph © Oskar Proctor

Ram Quarter Phase One EPR Architects:
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photograph © Simon Kennedy

The Lodge, Simon Gill Architects:
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photograph © James Brittain

Wimbledon House, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris:
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photograph © Timothy Soar

2022 RIBA London Awards shortlist – North

Barts Square by Sheppard Robson:
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photograph © Alex Upton

Belle Vue by Morris+Company:
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photograph © Jack Hobhouse

Bunhill 2 Energy Centre by Cullinan Studio:
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photograph © Paul Raftery

City Law School by WilkinsonEyre:
City Law School by WilkinsonEyre - 2022 RIBA London AwardsCity Law School by WilkinsonEyre - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Nick Hufton

Kiln Place by Peter Barber Architects:
Kiln Place, by Peter Barber Architects - 2022 RIBA London AwardsKiln Place, by Peter Barber Architects - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Morley von Sternberg

St John Street by Emil Eve Architects:
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photograph © Mariell Lind Hansen

Studio House, by AOC Architecture Ltd
Studio House, by AOC Architecture Ltd - 2022 RIBA London AwardsStudio House, by AOC Architecture Ltd - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Anna Stathaki

The Archives by ROAR Architects:
The Archives by ROAR Architects - 2022 RIBA London AwardsThe Archives by ROAR Architects - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Ollie Hammick

The Mews House, Bouverie Mews by Spatial Affairs Bureau:
The Mews House, Bouverie Mews by Spatial Affairs Bureau - 2022 RIBA London AwardsThe Mews House, Bouverie Mews by Spatial Affairs Bureau - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Peter Culley

Totteridge House by Gregory Phillips Architects:
Totteridge House by Gregory Phillips Architects - 2022 RIBA London AwardsTotteridge House by Gregory Phillips Architects - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Andrew Beasley

2022 RIBA London Awards shortlist – East

80 Percent House – Deep Retrofit in a Conservation Area, by Prewett Bizley Architects
80 Percent House - Deep Retrofit in a Conservation Area - 2022 RIBA London Awards80 Percent House - Deep Retrofit in a Conservation Area - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Kilian O’Sullivan

Albion Drive E8, by Theme2 Architects
Albion Drive E8, by Theme2 Architects - 2022 RIBA London AwardsAlbion Drive E8, by Theme2 Architects - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © Francis Sumner

Brickfields, by Witherford Watson Mann Architects
Brickfields, by Witherford Watson Mann Architects - 2022 RIBA London AwardsBrickfields, by Witherford Watson Mann Architects - 2022 RIBA London Awards
photograph © David Grandorge

Forest Gate Community School, by Rivington Street Studio
Forest Gate Community School, by Rivington Street StudioForest Gate Community School, by Rivington Street Studio
photograph © Simon Kennedy

Hackney New Primary School and 333 Kingsland Road, by Henley Halebrown
Hackney New Primary School and 333 Kingsland RoadHackney New Primary School and 333 Kingsland Road
photograph © Nick Kane

Hackney School of Food, by Surman Weston
Hackney School of Food, by Surman WestonHackney School of Food, by Surman Weston
photograph © Jim Stephenson

Leyton House, by McMahon Architecture
Leyton House, by McMahon ArchitectureLeyton House, by McMahon Architecture
photograph © Fernando Manoso

Sideways House, by Leep Architects
Sideways House, by Leep ArchitectsSideways House, by Leep Architects
photograph © Mark Anthony Fox

St John’s Church, Hackney, by Thomas Ford & Partners
St John's Church, Hackney, by Thomas Ford & PartnersSt John's Church, Hackney, by Thomas Ford & Partners
photograph © Gilbert McCarragher

St Mary’s Centre, by Erect Architecture
St Mary's Centre, by Erect ArchitectureSt Mary's Centre, by Erect Architecture
photograph © David Grandorge

Stephen Hawking School, by Donald McCrory
Stephen Hawking School, by Donald McCroryStephen Hawking School, by Donald McCrory
photograph © Tim Crocker

The Library House, by Macdonald Wright Architects
The Library House, by Macdonald Wright ArchitectsThe Library House, by Macdonald Wright Architects
photograph © Heiko Prigge

Yorkton Workshops, by Cassion Castle Architects
Yorkton Workshops, by Cassion Castle ArchitectsYorkton Workshops, by Cassion Castle Architects
photograph © Taran Wilkhu

2022 RIBA London Awards shortlist – West

245 Hammersmith Road, by Sheppard Robson
245 Hammersmith Road, by Sheppard Robson245 Hammersmith Road, by Sheppard Robson
photo © Jack Hobhouse

Belgravia Gate, by Flanagan Lawrence Ltd
Belgravia Gate Lndon building design by Flanagan Lawrence LtdBelgravia Gate Lndon building design by Flanagan Lawrence Ltd
photo © Hufton + Crow

Breakers Place, Nottingdale, by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
Breakers Place, Nottingdale, by Allford Hall Monaghan MorrisBreakers Place, Nottingdale, by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
photo © Timothy Soar

Cromwell Place, by Buckley Gray Yeoman
Cromwell Place, by Buckley Gray YeomanCromwell Place, by Buckley Gray Yeoman
photo © Julian Cornish-Trestrail

Harrow Square, by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (Europe)
Harrow Square London design by Skidmore, Owings & MerrillHarrow Square London design by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
photo © Dave Burke

Hawley Wharf, by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
Hawley Wharf London building by Allford Hall Monaghan MorrisHawley Wharf London building by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
photo © Timothy Soar

House in Primrose Hill, by Jamie Fobert Architects Limited
House in Primrose Hill, by Jamie Fobert ArchitectsHouse in Primrose Hill, by Jamie Fobert Architects
photo © Jim Stephenson

Mews House, by creativemass
Mews House interior design by creativemassMews House interior design by creativemass
photo © David Butler

Mews House Deep Retrofit, by Prewett Bizley Architects
Mews House Deep Retrofit, by Prewett Bizley ArchitectsMews House Deep Retrofit, by Prewett Bizley Architects
photo © Tom Graham

NoMad London Hotel, by EPR Architects
NoMad London Hotel by EPR ArchitectsNoMad London Hotel by EPR Architects
photo © Simon Upton

Sands End Arts and Community Centre, by Mæ Architects
Sands End Arts Community Centre - 2022 RIBA London AwardsSands End Arts Community Centre
photo © Rory Gardiner

Sir Michael Uren Hub, by Allies and Morrison
Sir Michael Uren Hub, by Allies and MorrisonSir Michael Uren Hub, by Allies and Morrison
photo © James Newton

Smithson Tower _ The Economist Building, by ConForm Architects
Smithson Tower _ The Economist Building, by ConForm ArchitectsSmithson Tower _ The Economist Building, by ConForm Architects
photo © Lorenzo Zandri

The Interlock, by Bureau de Change Architects
The Interlock, by Bureau de Change ArchitectsThe Interlock, by Bureau de Change Architects
photo © Gilbert McCarragher

The Post Building, by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
The Post Building, by Allford Hall Monaghan MorrisThe Post Building, by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
photo © Timothy Soar

Tree House, Ealing, by Fletcher Crane Architects
Tree House, Ealing, by Fletcher Crane ArchitectsTree House, Ealing, by Fletcher Crane Architects
photo © Lorenzo Zandri

Victoria House, Bloomsbury, by Hutchinson & Partners
Victoria House, Bloomsbury, by Hutchinson & PartnersVictoria House, Bloomsbury, by Hutchinson & Partners
photo © Ståle Eriksen

Woods Quay, by Architecturall ltd
Woods Quay, by Architecturall ltdWoods Quay, by Architecturall ltd
photo © Dan Glasser

All shortlisted projects will be assessed by a regional jury, and the winning projects will be announced later this Spring.

Regional Award winners are considered for several RIBA Special Awards including the RIBA Sustainability Award sponsored by Michelmersh and the RIBA Building of the Year sponsored by Taylor Maxwell.

Regional Award winners will be considered for a highly coveted RIBA National Award in recognition of their architectural excellence, the results of which will be announced in the summer.

The shortlist for the RIBA Stirling Prize for the best building of the year will then be drawn from the RIBA National Award-winning projects, and the Stirling Prize winner will be announced in October

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