Tate Harmer and Hall McKnight on starry shortlist for uni building

Hall McKnight Oxford

Two Stirling Prize winners among finalists

Tate Harmer and Hall McKnight have been shortlisted alongside two Stirling Prize-winners for a new building for the University for the Creative Arts in Surrey.

Haworth Tompkins and Wilkinson Eyre – both winners of UK architecture’s biggest prize – are also finalists, along with Dutch practice UNStudio.

Each finalist receives an honorarium of £7,500 (+VAT).

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