RIBA Awards 2009 – Buildings, Architects

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RIBA Awards 2009

Royal Institute of British Architects, UK

11 Jun 2009

Lubetkin Prize – Buildings Shortlist

103 RIBA Award winners, 97 in the UK

Lubetkin Prize Shortlist, alphabetical:

Beijing Airport Building
Beijing Water Cube
Birds Nest Building
British High Commission Colombo
Museum for the Brandhorst Collection
Sean O’Casey Community Centre

Lubetkin Prize 2009

Bird's Nest Beijing
photo © Arup_Ben McMillan

RIBA Special Awards 2009 – Stephen Lawrence Prize, Manser Medal, etc.

RIBA Award Winners by region : Building + Architect

RIBA Awards 2009 – Scotland

Beatson Institute New Cancer Research Facility
Reiach and Hall

Drummond House – The Shed
LJRH Architects

Moore Street Housing
Richard Murphy, Elder & Cannon, JM, Page/Park

North Glasgow College
RMJM

Pollock Civic Realm
Archial

The Potterrow Development
Bennetts Associates

The Printworks
cameronwebster

RIBA Awards 2009 – Northern Ireland

Fallahogey House
McGarry-Moon Architects

The Knockbreda Centre
Penoyre & Prasad / TODD Architects

RIBA Awards 2009 – North East

Berwick Work Space
Malcolm Fraser Architects

Cardinal Hume Catholic School
GWK Architects

Gateshead Heritage at St Mary’s
Design Service, Gateshead Council

Kielder Observatory
Charles Barclay Architects

The Place
Reid Jubb Brown Architecture

Saltholme Wildlife Reserve and Discovery Park
JDDK Ltd

The Tyneside Cinema
Fletcher Priest

RIBA Awards 2009 – North West

13b Paradise Street, Liverpool ONE
Allies and Morrison

BDP Studio Manchester
BDP

Liverpoool One Masterplan
BDP

Midland Hotel
Union North

Paradise Street Bridge
Wilkinson Eyre

The Schaefer House
MBLA Architects & Urbanists

RIBA Awards 2009 – North

Three Towers
Union North

RIBA Awards 2009 – Yorkshire

1 North Bank
BDP

Castle Hill Hospital
HLM Architects

Castleford Bridge
McDowell & Benedetti

Charles Street Car Park, Sheffield
Allies and Morrison

York St John University, De Grey Court
Rivington Street Studio

RIBA Awards 2009 – Wales

Penderyn Distillery Visitor Centre
David Archer Architects

Ruthin Craft Centre
Sergison Bates architects

RIBA Awards 2009 – East Midlands

82 Derngate
John McAslan & Partners

Curve Leicester
Rafael Vinoly Architects

David Wilson Library
Associated Architects LLP

Highfields Automotive and Engineering Training Centre – Public Space
Hawkins/Brown Architects

John Lewis Department Store & Cineplex
Foreign Office Architects (FOA)

Level Centre
Clash Associates Ltd

The Minster School
Penoyre & Prasad LLP

New Art Exchange
Hawkins/Brown Architects

RIBA Awards 2009 – West Midlands

Bournville Place
Stanton Williams

Joseph Chamberlain Sixth Form College
Nicholas Hare Architects LLP

The Pavilions
Ross Sharpe Architects Ltd

RIBA Awards 2009 – South West

Falmouth School and Design & Technology Building
Urban Salon Ltd

Pencalenick House
Seth Stein Architects Ltd

Scott Building
Nicholas Burwell Architects

RIBA Awards 2009 – Wessex

House of Fraser Bristol
Stanton Williams

The Apprentice Store
Threefold Architects

Merchants Academy
Penoyre & Prasad LLP

Meads Reach Bridge
Niall Mclaughlin Architects

RIBA Awards 2009 – South

Burnham Copse Primary School
Hampshire County Council & Architecture & Design Services

Hind House
John Pardey Architects

The Mountbatten Building, University of Southampton Campus
Jestico+Whiles

New Biochemistry Department, University of Oxford
HawkinsBrown Architects

Queen’s & Stanhope House
Rick Mather Architects

Westwell Manor Farm Stable Conversion
Munkenbeck+Marshall Urbanism Limited
and cameronwebster architects

RIBA Awards 2009 – East

Anglesey Abbey Visitor Centre
Cowper Griffiths Architects

Clay Field
Riches Hawley Mikhail Architects

Gillespie Centre
Van Heyningen and Haward

House at Piper’s End
Niall McLaughlin Architects

The Long Barn Studio
Nicolas Tye Architects

Moller Centre for Continuing Education & Churchill College Music Centre
DSDHA

Private House
dRMM

The Taylor Library
Wright & Wright Architects

RIBA Awards 2009 – South East

Craddock Cottages Development
Stephen Taylor Architects

Deal Pier
Niall Mclaughlin Architects

Pond Meadow Special Needs School
DSDHA

Private House
Allies and Morrison

Private House
Simon Conder Associates

Quarterhouse
Alison Brooks Architects

Runnymede Civic Centre
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios LLP

RIBA Awards 2009 – London

5 Aldermanbury Square
Eric Parry Architects

14 Lincoln’s Inn Fields
Julian Harrap Architects

100 VE, Unilever London Headquarters
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates

Arts Council England: National Office
Caruso St John

Block 3, Tarling Estate Regeneration
S333 Architecture + Urbanism Ltd

City of London Information Centre
Make Architects

Frame House
Flacq

Gap House
Pitman Tozer Architects

Garden Pavilion
Andrew Pilkington Architects & Designers

Hothouse
Ash Sakula Architects

House in Belsize Park
Eldridge Smerin

House in Highgate Cemetery
Eldridge Smerin

Imperial College Central Library
A-EM Studio Ltd

Kentish Town Health Centre
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Kew Treetop Walkway
Marks Barfield

Kings Cross Construction Skills Centre
David Morley Architects

Kings Place
Dixon Jones Ltd

Lumen URC and Community Centre
Theis and Kahn Architects

Maggie’s Centre London
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

New Street Square
Bennetts Associates

One Vine Street
Allies and Morrison

Reiss Headquarters
Squire and Partners

St. Benedict’s School, Ealing
Buschow Henley

St Martin-in-the-Fields
Eric Parry Architects

St Mary Magdalene Academy
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

UCL Cancer Institute : Paul O’Gorman Building
Grimshaw

Urban Housing Finsbury Park, London, UK
Sergison Bates Architects

The Yellow Building
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

RIBA Awards 2009 – European Union

Fuglsang Kunstmuseum, Lolland, Denmark
Tony Fretton Architects

Zenith Saint-Etienne, France
Foster + Partners

Burren House, Dublin, Ireland
Niall McLaughlin Architects

Wexford Opera House, Ireland
Keith Williams Architects

Hoogvliet Heerlijkhied, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
FAT

Bodegas Protos, Spain
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

RIBA Stirling Prize

The RIBA Stirling Prize shortlist will be drawn from the 103 RIBA Award winners.

The RIBA Stirling Prize is awarded to the architects of the building that has made the greatest contribution to British architecture in the past year. The prize will be presented on 17 Oct 2009, broadcast live on Channel 4:

Stirling Prize

RIBA International Awards 2009 – Winners

Alto Vetro Tower
Shay Cleary Architects

Beijing Airport Terminal 3 [link at top of page]
Foster + Partners

National Stadium Beijing [link at top of page]
Herzog & de Meuron, China Architectural Design Research Group, Ove Arup&Partners, Arup Sports

Beijing Station [link at top of page]
Farrells, Third Railway Survey and Design Institute Group Corporation

Ching Fu Shipbuilding
Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners with Hoya Architects and Associates

Cocoon
Camenzind Evolution

European Investment Bank
Ingenhoven Architects

British High Commission [link at top of page]
Richard Murphy Architects

Maosi Primary School
Department of Architecture, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Museum Brandhorst [link at top of page]
Sauerbruch Hutton

North Arizona University
Hopkins Architects with Burns Wald and Executive Architects

Nine Tree Village
David Chipperfield Architects

Saxo Bank
3XN

Sean O’Casey Centre [link at top of page]
O’Donnell Tuomey

The Water Cube
PTW Architects, China State Construction and Engineering Corporation, China State Construction Design International and ARUP

Comments on the RIBA Award 2009 Winners welcome

RIBA Awards – including our guess at the Stirling Prize shortlist

RIBA Awards 2009 information from Royal Institute of British Architects


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