RIBA names shortlist for animal welfare centre design

Alma-nac visuals for RSPCA animale welfare centre of the future

Nicholas Hare one of three practices shortlisted in RSPCA competition

The RIBA has announced the three shortlisted architects charged with designing the “animal welfare centre of the future”.

The shortlist is Nicholas Hare Architects; London-based Alma-Nac and Gabbitas Gill Partnership’s collaboration with Hull-headquartered Fresh Design International.

The RSPCA, which with RIBA jointly chose the three practices, said it wanted the centres to provide the best possible environment to care for animals who have had the worst start in life.

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