Stirling Prize Awards – Past Winners

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Shortlist + Previous Winners – Buildings + Architects, 2015

Stirling Prize

The RIBA Stirling Prize is awarded annually to the architects of the best new European building ‘built or designed in Britain’.

Stirling Prize : contenders – RIBA Awards 2015

RIBA Awards 2015 key dates

Regional events to announce regional winners
Apr 13 – May 19 2015

National Shortlist visits
May 5 – May 25 2015

RIBA National awards press announcement
Jun 18 2015

National Award winners’ event
late Jun

Stirling shortlist announced
Jul 16 2015

National special award announcements
Sep 3 2015

RIBA Stirling Prize event
Oct 15 2015 at the RIBA in London

Stirling Prize 2015 – RIBA info

Stirling Prize 2012

The Stirling Prize winner is The Sainsbury Laboratory, University of Cambridge, England
Design: Stanton Williams
Sainsbury Laboratory building
photograph © Hufton+Crow

Stirling Prize 2012

Shortlist

The Hepworth Wakefield, Yorkshire by David Chipperfield Architects

London Olympic Stadium by Populous

The Lyric Theatre, Belfast by O’Donnell + Tuomey

Maggie’s Centre, Gartnavel, Glasgow by OMA

New Court, London by OMA with Allies and Morrison

Sainsbury Laboratory, Cambridge by Stanton Williams

Stirling Prize 2011

The Stirling Prize winner is Evelyn Grace Academy, London, England
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects
Evelyn Grace Academy
picture : Luke Hayes

Stirling Prize 2011

Shortlist

An Gaelaras, Derry, Northern Ireland : O’Donnell + Tuomey

Angel Building, north London : Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Evelyn Grace Academy, south London : Zaha Hadid Architects

Museum Folkwang Essen, Germany : David Chipperfield Architects

Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon : Bennetts Associates

Velodrome, Stratford, east London : Hopkins Architects

Stirling Prize 2010

The Stirling Prize winner is MAXXI, Italy

Zaha Hadid Architects

MAXXI Rome

photo : Roland Halbe

Stirling Prize 2010

Shortlist

Ashmolean Museum : Rick Mather Architects

Bateman’s Row : Theis and Khan

Christ’s College School : DSDHA

Clapham Manor Primary School : dRMM

MAXXI : Zaha Hadid Architects

Neues Museum : David Chipperfield Architects / Julian Harrap Architects

Stirling Prize 2010 Winner – Thoughts by Joyce Hwang for e-architect

Stirling Prize 2009

Maggie’s Centre London, England
Design: Rogers Stirk Harbour Partners
Stirling Prize winner 2009
photo : Speirs and Major Associates / James Newton

Stirling Prize Shortlist – 2009

Shortlist

5 Aldermanbury Square : Architect: Eric Parry Architects

Bodegas Protos : Rogers Stirk Harbour Partners

Fuglsang Kunstmuseum : Architect: Tony Fretton Architects

Kentish Town Centre : Architect: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Liverpool One Masterplan : Architect: BDP

Maggie’s Centre : Architect: Rogers Stirk Harbour Partners

Stirling Prize 2008

Accordia, Cambridge, England
Design: Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios; Alison Brooks Architects; Macreanor Lavington
Stirling Prize Winner 2008
photo © Adrian Welch

Stirling Prize 2008

Shortlist

Accordia, Cambridge, England : Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios; Alison Brooks Architects; Macreanor Lavington

Bijlmer Arena Station Building, Amsterdam, The Netherlands : Grimshaw / Arcadis

Manchester Civil Justice Centre, Manchester, England : Denton Corker Marshall

Nord Park Cable Railway, Innsbruck, Austria : Zaha Hadid Architects

The Royal Festival Hall Building, London, England : Allies and Morrison

Westminster Academy, London, England : Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Stirling Prize 2007

Museum of Modern Literature, Marbach am Neckar, Germany
Stirling Prize Winner 2007
photo © Christian Richters

Stirling Prize Winner : David Chipperfield Architects

Stirling Prize 2007

Stirling Prize Shortlist 2007

Shortlist

America’s Cup Building, Valencia, Spain : David Chipperfield Architects

Casa da Musica, Porto, Portugal : Rem Koolhaas

Dresden Station Building Redevelopment, Dresden, Germany : Foster + Partners

The Museum of Modern Literature, Germany : David Chipperfield Architects

Savill Building, Windsor, England : Glenn Howells Architects

Young Vic, London, England : Haworth Tomkins

Stirling Prize 2006

Barajas Airport, Madrid, Spain
Stirling Prize Winner 2006
building image : Manuel Renau

Stirling Prize winner : Richard Rogers Partnership

Stirling Prize 2006

Shortlist

Barajas Airport Building, Madrid, Spain : Richard Rogers Partnership

Brick House : Caruso St John Architects

Evelina Children’s Hospital : Hopkins Architects

Idea Store Whitechapel : Adjaye/Associates

National Assembly for Wales : Richard Rogers Partnership

Phaeno Science Center : Zaha Hadid Architects

Stirling Prize 2005

Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh, Scotland
Stirling Prize Winner 2005
photo © Adrian Welch

Stirling Prize Winner : EMBT / RMJM

Stirling Prize 2005

Shortlist

Brighton Library Building : Bennetts Associates

BMW Central Building in Leipzig : Zaha Hadid Architects

McLaren Technology Centre Building : Foster & Partners

Lewis Gluckman Gallery, Cork : O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects

Fawood Children’s Centre : Alsop Design

Stirling Prize 2004

30 St Mary Axe – Swiss Re Building, City of London

Stirling Prize Winner : Foster + Partners

Shortlist

Kunsthaus, Graz : Peter Cook, Colin Fournier

The Spire, Dublin : Ian Ritchie Architects

Imperial War Museum North, Manchester : Studio Daniel Libeskind

Phoenix Initiative, Coventry : MacCormac Jamieson Prichard

Business Academy Bexley, southeast London : Foster & Partners

Stirling Prize 2003

Laban Dance Centre, south London

Stirling Prize Winner : Herzog & de Meuron

Shortlist

30 Finsbury Square, City of London : Eric Parry Architects

BedZED, Wallington, Surrey : Bill Dunster Architects

Great Court, British Museum, central London : Foster & Partners

Plymouth Theatre Royal Production Centre, Plymouth : Ian Ritchie Architects

Tiree Shelter, Tiree, Scotland : Sutherland Hussey Architects with Jake Harvey, Donald Urquhart, Glen Onwin and Sandra Kennedy

Stirling Prize 2002

Gateshead Millennium Bridge

Stirling Prize Winner : Wilkinson Eyre Architects

Shortlist

Dance Base, Edinburgh : Malcolm Fraser Architects

Downland Gridshell – Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Chichester : Edward Cullinan Architects

Ernsting’s Service Centre, Germany : David Chipperfield Architects

Hampden Gurney Church of England Primary School, London : Building Design Partnership

Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, London : Richard Rogers Partnership

National Gallery of Ireland – Millennium Wing, Dublin : Benson and Forsyth

Stirling Prize 2001

Magna Science Adventure Centre, Rotherham, Yorkshire

Stirling Prize Winner : Wilkinson Eyre Architects [link above]

Shortlist

British Embassy Building, Wilhelmstrasse, Berlin, Germany : Michael Wilford & Partners

Eden Project, Cornwall : Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners Ltd

The Lawns, 16 South Grove, north London : Eldridge Smerin

National Portrait Gallery extension, central London : Dixon.Jones

Portcullis House & Westminster Underground Station : Michael Hopkins & Partners

The Surgery, 1 Hammersmith Bridge Road, London : Guy Greenfield Architects

Stirling Prize 2000

Peckham Library, south London

Stirling Prize Winner : Alsop & Störmer

Shortlist

88 Wood Street, City of London : Richard Rogers Partnership

Canary Wharf Station, Isle of Dogs, east London : Norman Foster & Partners

GSW Headquarters, Berlin, Germany : Sauerbruch Hutton

London Eye, central London : Marks Barfield Architects

Walsall Art Gallery Building, Staffordshire : Caruso St John

Sainsburys Supermarket, Greenwich, southeast London : Chetwood Associates

Stirling Prize 1999

Lords Cricket Ground Media Stand – NatWest Media Centre

Stirling Prize Winner : Future Systems Architects

Shortlist

Jubilee Line Extension Project, London : Chris Wilkinson Architects

Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh : Benson and Forsyth Architects

North Greenwich Jubilee Line Underground station : Alsop, Lyall & Störmer

Ranelagh Multi-Denominational School : O’Donnell & Tuomey

Reichstag, Berlin, Germany : Foster & Partners

River and Rowing Museum, Henley on Thames : David Chipperfield Architects

Sto AG Marketing and Training Building, Germany : Wilford Associates

Roche Court: Stephen Lawrence Award (for projects under £500k)

Stirling Prize 1998

American Air Museum – Imperial War Museum, Duxford, Cambridgeshire

Stirling Prize Winner : Foster + Partners [link above]

Shortlist

British Library, north London : Colin St John Wilson

Crystal Palace Concert Platform, south London : Ian Ritchie Architects

Private house, Hampstead, northwest London : Rick Mather Architects

Richard Attenborough Centre : Ian Taylor with Bennetts Associates

Quay Bar, Manchester : Stephenson/Bell Architects

Temple of Concord & Victory – restoration, Stowe : Inskip and Jenkins

St Benno School, Dresden, Germany : Günter Behnisch

Landesgirokasse, Stuttgart, Germany : Günter Behnisch

Office and studio building, Düsseldorf, Germany : David Chipperfield Architects

Commerzbank HQ, Frankfurt, Germany : Norman Foster and Partners

Stirling Prize 1997

Music School, Stuttgart, Germany

Stirling Prize Winner : Stuttgart Music SchoolMichael Wilford

Shortlist

Hotel du Departement, Marseille, France : William Alsop

Roof-top apartment, Paris : Mark Guard

Paul Hamlyn Learning Resource Centre, Thames Valley University : Richard Rogers

Stratford maintenance depot, Jubilee Line, east London : Chris Wilkinson

Stirling Prize 1996

Centenary Building, University of Salford, northwest England

Stirling Prize Winner : Stephen Hodder

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Stirling Prize, Scottish Architecture

Last month’s Stirling Prize – and ensuing commentaries – should have refocused our eyes again on the health of Scottish architecture. There seem to be opposing views here, or is it just architecture critics setting up various standpoints and counterpoints? Sudjic, Pearman, Rodger, Wilson and Linklater have all commented, sometimes only by request, on whether things are improving or whether the building boom (mostly in Edinburgh) is simply throwing up more rather than better architecture. I’m trying not to join the fray but surely Scottish architecture is improving but yes, we could be better.



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