Saturday05 September 2015

RIBA Special Awards shortlist announced

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David Chipperfield, DSDHA, dRMM, Carmody Groarke and Aecom are among the finalists for the RIBA Special Awards 2010.

The awards, with a prize value of £5,000, acknowledge architectural excellence in five categories: conservation project, public space, school, project with a budget under £1 million, and client.

Carmody Groarke’s memorial to the victims of the 2005 London bombings has been shortlisted for two awards – the Stephen Lawrence Prize and the Public Space Award. The firm’s Regent’s Place Pavilion is also in the running for the latter.

Drawn from the 102 RIBA Award-winning buildings announced earlier this year, the winners will be announced at the Stirling Prize dinner in October.

The shortlists:

RIBA CABE Public Space Award

•           Pierhead & Canal Link, Liverpool, by Aecom

•           7 July Memorial, London, by Carmody Groarke (Landscape Architect Colvin & Moggeridge)

•           Regent’s Place Pavilion, London, by Carmody Groarke

The Crown Estate Conservation Award

•           Aldeburgh Music Creative Campus, Aldeburgh, by Haworth Tomkins

•           Norwich Cathedral Hostry, Norwich, by Hopkins Architects

•           Corpus Christi College, Oxford, by Rick Mather Architects

•           The Monument, City of London, by Julian Harrap Architects

•           Neues Museum, Berlin, by David Chipperfield Architects in collaboration with Julian Harrap

The RIBA Sorrell Foundation Schools Award

•           St Luke’s CE Primary School, Wolverhampton, by Architype

•           Rednock School, Gloucester, by Cube Design

•           Christ’s College School, Guilford, by DSDHA

•           Clapham Manor Primary School, London, by dRMM

•           Lowther Children’s Centre, London, by Patel Taylor

Stephen Lawrence Prize

For projects with a construction budget of less than £1 million.

•           Hunsett Mill in Stalham, Norfolk, by Acme

•           Martello Y Tower, Bawdsey, Suffolk by Piercy Connor Architects with Billings Jackson

•           1-5 Bateman’s Mews, London SW4, by Anne Thorne Architects Partnership

•           7 July Memorial, London, by Carmody Groarke

•           The Artist’s House, Kensington, London, by Gumuchdjian Architects

•           Bus Driver Facility, Dagenham, London, by Julian Cowie Architects

RIBA Client of the Year

Honours the key role that a good client plays in the creation of fine architecture.

•           NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Glasgow

•           Aldeburgh Music

•           Royal Parks, London

•           Hammerson

•           The Victoria & Albert Museum, London


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