Friday21 July 2017

All the shortlisted buildings, latest news and bookie's favourites from this year's architecture Oscars

Stirling Prize 2013 building review collection

Inside the Stirling shortlist with BD's critics

18 July 2013

Get your hands on our special collection of building studies for a critical look inside each project on the Stirling Prize shortlist

Bishop Edward King Chapel by Niall McLaughlin Architects

In pictures: who should win the Stirling Prize 2013?

18 July 2013

View the shortlisted buildings, find out who the bookies’ favourite is and vote for your choice to win the Oscars of architecture

Ripon College chapel by Niall McLaughlin Architects

Ripon College Cuddesdon chapel by Niall McLaughlin Architects

24 April 2013

Niall McLaughlin’s new chapel for a theological college represents a triumphant combination of poetic form and Christian symbolism

University of Limerick by Grafton Architects

University of Limerick Medical School by Grafton Architects

20 February 2013

Grafton Architects’ buildings for Limerick University demonstrate the practice’s theory of placemaking

Newhall, Harlow, by Alison Brooks Architects

Newhall housing, Harlow, by Alison Brooks Architects

16 January 2013

Having built a reputation for adventurous one-off homes, Alison Brooks Architects has brought its talents to bear on volume housing in the form of 85 units at Newhall in Essex.

Giant's Causeway visitor centre by Heneghan Peng Architects

Giant's Causeway visitor centre by Heneghan Peng Architects

12 September 2012

Heneghan Peng Architects’ visitor centre for the Giant’s Causeway combines a raw simplicity with a generative grid to create a powerful sense of place

Astley Castle by Witherford Watson Mann

Astley Castle by Witherford Watson Mann

6 June 2012

Witherford Watson Mann’s new house within the ruined fragments of Astley Castle creates a physical and emotional connection between old and new

Stage 1 of the redevelopment, seen from the north-west.

Park Hill estate, Sheffield, by Hawkins Brown with Studio Egret West

14 September 2011

The apartments of the regenerated Park Hill are a world away from 1961’s socially conscious streets in the sky. Here, BD looks at how Sheffield’s iconic housing block has echoed 50 years of Britain shifting political moods

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