Record-breaking number of buildings win RIBA Awards

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Record-breaking number of buildings win RIBA Awards

Postby Paul Clerkin » Mon Jul 07, 2003 12:37 pm

Record-breaking number of buildings win RIBA Awards


A staggering 70 new buildings across Britain and the EU have been rewarded with RIBA Awards for their high architectural standards and their contribution to their local environment. Projects selected for their design excellence range in size and use from a small shelter for ferry passengers on the Scottish island of Tiree, to an energy efficient housing scheme in Surrey. The awards were announced this evening at a special dinner in London in the run up to Architecture Week 2003 (20 – 29 June)

The 70 winners will form the longlist for the RIBA Stirling Prize in association with The Architects’ Journal, which will be broadcast for the fourth year running on Channel 4 on Sunday 12 October.

Speaking at the awards dinner RIBA President Paul Hyett said: “The large number of winners this year is testament to the fact that our built environment continues to change for the better. It is clear that those who commission buildings understand and appreciate, more and more, the benefits that good architecture can bring to them and the local community. I am particularly delighted to see two primary schools, a hospital and several social housing schemes on the list of winners, proving that good architecture does not have to be the preserve of the rich and elite. The inclusion of a waste treatment plant also illustrates clearly that architecture can “lift the spirit” in even the most unpalatable of surroundings!

“We are grateful to Channel 4 for their continuing commitment to architecture on our television screens. 2003 looks set to be another exciting year for the RIBA Stirling Prize.”

Paul Finch, deputy chairman of the Commission for Architecture and Built Environment (CABE) and editorial director of The Architects’ Journal, who spoke at the awards dinner commented,
“The past year has seen an exceptionally high level of quality of entry for these awards; this is most welcome, and continuing evidence of improved standards which the RIBA Awards promote.”

The list of RIBA Award winners are:

Scotland
1. Harvey Nichols Restaurant, Edinburgh – Lifschutz Davidson
2. Jack Kilby Computer Centre, Napier University, Edinburgh – Richard Murphy Architects
3. Newhailes House Conservation, Musselburgh – LDN Architects
4. The Space, Dundee College - Nicholl Russell Studios
5. Tiree Shelter, Tiree - Sutherland Hussey Architects with Jake Harvey, Donald Urquhart, Glen Onwin and Sandra Kennedy
6. Waddell House, Pollockshields, Glasgow - Studio KAP
7. Westport Project, Evolution House, Edinburgh - Reiach and Hall Architects
8. Wolfson Medical School, University of Glasgow - Reiach and Hall Architects

Northern Ireland
9. Edel McElholme Opticians, Market Street, Downpatrick, Co.Down - White Ink Architects

North
10. BALTIC: centre for contemporary art, Gateshead - Ellis Williams

North West
11. Blackwell, The Arts and Crafts House, Bowness on Windermere, Cumbria - Allies and Morrison
12. Boxworks, Manchester – Arkheion
13. Chorlton Park Housing, Manchester - Stephenson Bell
14. No 1 Deansgate, Manchester - Ian Simpson Architects
15. Manchester City Art Gallery - Michael Hopkins & Partners
16. Manchester Piccadilly Station - Building Design Partnership
17. Timber Wharf, Castlefield, Manchester - Glenn Howells Architects
18. Urbis, Manchester - Ian Simpson Architects
19. Waulk Mill, Manchester - Total Architecture

Yorkshire
20. Sheffield Millennium Galleries and Winter Garden - Pringle Richards Sharratt
21. Private House, Wetherby - OMI Architects
22. Whitby Abbey Visitor Centre - Stanton Williams
23. Yorkshire Sculpture Park Entrance Building - Feilden Clegg Bradley

West Midlands
24. Moat House, Dorsington - Glenn Howells Architects

East
25. The Centre for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge - Edward Cullinan Architects
26. Lowestoft Waste Water Works, Suffolk - Barber Casanovas Ruffles
27. The Pavilion, New Maltings, Nayland, Suffolk - Knox Bhavan Architects
28. Postgraduate Housing, Churchill College, Cambridge - Cottrell & Vermeulen
29. Shanks Millennium Bridge, Peterborough - Whitbybird Bridges Team
30. Sutton Hoo Visitor Centre, Woodbridge, Suffolk - van Heyningen and Haward Architects
31. House in Victoria Street, Cambridge - 5th Studio

South West
32. National Maritime Museum Cornwall, Falmouth - Long & Kentish
33. Plymouth Theatre Royal Production Centre, Neptune Park, Plymouth - Ian Ritchie Architects

Wessex
34. Chapa, Malmesbury, Wiltshire - A-EM
35. Cowley Manor Hotel and Spa, Gloucestershire - De Matos Storey Ryan
36. New House on Evening Hill, Poole Harbour - Horden Cherry Lee Architects
37. Oxtalls Campus, University of Gloucestershire, Gloucester - Feilden Clegg Bradley

South
38. Chipping Norton Sports Centre Oxfordshire - Feilden Clegg Bradley
39. Ercol Factory, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire - Horden Cherry Lee Architects
40. Ineos Headquarters, Lyndhurst, Hampshire - architecture plb
41. Rothermere American Institute, Oxford University, Oxford – Kohn Pederson Fox Associates (International)

South East
42. Painshill Park Visitor Centre - Feilden Clegg Bradley

London
43. House in Aberdeen Lane, London N1 - Azman Owens Architects
44. Anderson House, London W1 - Jamie Fobert Architects
45. BedZed, Wallington, Surrey - Bill Dunster Architects
46. Broadwick Street, Soho, London W1 - Richard Rogers Partnership
47. No 1 Centuar Street, London SE1 - de Rijke Marsh Morgan
48. The Charter School, Dulwich, London SE29 - Penoyre & Prasad
49. Chiswick Park, London W4- Richard Rogers Partnership
50. Clearwater Yard, London NW1 - Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
51. 30 Finsbury Square, London EC2 - Eric Parry Architects
52. Great Court at the British Museum, London WC1 - Foster and Partners
53. Hampstead Theatre, London NW3- Bennetts Associates
54. Jubilee School, London SW2 - Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
55. Laban, Deptford, London SE8 - Herzog & de Meuron
56. Millennium Bridge, linking the City of London with Southwark - Foster and Partners
57. The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace, London SW1 - John Simpson & Partners
58. 1 Rawsthorne Place, London EC1 - Bennetts Associates
59. The Red House, London SW3 - Tony Fretton Architects
60. The Women's Library, Old Castle Street, London E1 - Wright & Wright Architects
61. Young House, London W11 –Tonkin Liu

Europe
62. Biological Research Laboratories, Biberach, Germany - sauerbruch hutton
63. Centre for Research into Infectious Diseases, University College Dublin - O’Donnell + Tuomey
64. History Museum and Music School extension, Stuttgart - Wilford Schupp Architekten with Michael Wilford & Partners
65. Private House in Galicia, Spain - David Chipperfield Architects with Carlos Seoane
66. Offaly County Council Civic Offices - ABK Architects
67. St Joseph’s Hospital, Cork, Ireland - Building Design Partnership
68. Social Housing Galbally, Co Limerick, Ireland - O’Donnell + Tuomey
69. Think Tank, West Ireland - Gumuchdjian Architects
70. World Trade Centre, Amsterdam - Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates




The shortlist for the RIBA Stirling Prize in association with The Architects’ Journal will be announced on Thursday 11 September 2003

All 70 RIBA Award-winning buildings will be eligible for the following prizes which will be announced on October 12:
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Postby Paul Clerkin » Wed Aug 27, 2003 3:35 pm

quick q... does the shortlist have to come from the longlist or can other buildings appear?
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Postby Andrew Duffy » Wed Aug 27, 2003 5:25 pm

As in Spire of Dublin?
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Postby shadow » Wed Aug 27, 2003 5:50 pm

If some can be added can others be removed? I am surprised by the inclusion one particular building in Dublin which is intellectually suspect, architecturally problematic, practically compromised and visually unbalanced.
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Postby trace » Thu Aug 28, 2003 9:48 am

Stirling Prize 2003 will come from the list above. Reference to the Spire's chances relate to next year's awards, 2004.
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