RIBA East Awards Winners 2019

RIBA East Awards Winners 2019, Winning Buildings, UK Architecture, Links, Design Projects

RIBA East Awards Winners 2019

Royal Institute of British Architects – British Prize: Buildings + Architects News

19 May 2019

RIBA East award winners 2019

RIBA East Awards Winners 2019

Winning buildings, architecture practices and clients listed below in alphabetical order:

Abode at Great Kneighton Phase 2
Design: Proctor and Matthews Architects
for Countryside Properties

Black Barn
Design: Studio Bark
for James Holland

Courtyard House
Design: Williams Griffiths Architects
for James Drew and Michaela Breilmann

Eaton Socon Pre-School
Design: Devlin Architects
for Eaton Socon Pre-School CIO

Eddington Lot 1, North West Cambridge
Design: WilkinsonEyre with Mole Architects
for University of Cambridge

Eddington Masterplan
Design: AECOM
for University of Cambridge

Goldsmith Street
Design: Mikhail Riches with Cathy Hawley
for Norwich City Council

Kettle’s Yard
Design: Jamie Fobert Architects
for Kettle’s Yard, University of Cambridge

Kintyre
Design: Tate Harmer
for Emily Spry & Alex Paul

Marmalade Lane
Design: Mole Architects
for TOWN and Trivselhus with Cambridge Cohousing

North West Cambridge Utility Buildings
Design: Robin Lee Architecture
for the University of Cambridge

Pavilion Extension
Design: Ashworth Parkes Architects
for RM Construction

Peter Hall Performing Arts Centre
Design: Haworth Tompkins
for The Perse School

Simon Sainsbury Centre, Cambridge Judge Business School
Design: Stanton Williams
for the University of Cambridge
The Simon Sainsbury Centre
photograph © Hufton+Crow
The Simon Sainsbury Centre in Cambridge

St Albans Museum + Gallery
Design: John McAslan + Partners
for St Albans City and District Council

Stapleford Granary Study Centre for the Arts and Music
Design: MCW architects
for ACE Foundation

The Dorothy Garrod Building
Design: Walters & Cohen Architects
for Newnham College, Cambridge

The Lookout, Holkham
Design: Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios with Lucas+Western Architects
for Holkham Estate

RIBA East Special Award winners

As well as scooping RIBA East Awards, six architectural projects were also specially recognised for their excellence in sustainability, exemplary approach to conservation, inspirational Project Architect or design quality at a small scale. Also, just one project was named RIBA East Building of the Year.

Courtyard House
Design: Williams Griffiths Architects
for James Drew and Michaela Breilmann,
winning RIBA East Small Project of the Year Award 2019

Eaton Socon Pre-School
Design: Devlin Architects
for Eaton Socon Pre-School CIO,
winning RIBA East Project Architect of the Year Award 2019

Goldsmith Street
Design: Mikhail Riches with Cathy Hawley for Norwich City Council,
winning RIBA East Sustainability Award 2019 and RIBA East Client of the Year Award 2019

Kintyre
Design: Tate Harmer
for Emily Spry & Alex Paul,
winning RIBA East Sustainability Award 2019 – sponsored by Michelmersh

St Albans Museum + Gallery
Design: John McAslan + Partners
for St Albans City and District Council,
winning RIBA East Conservation Award 2019

The Dorothy Garrod Building
Design: Walters & Cohen Architects
for Newnham College, Cambridge,
winning RIBA East Building of the Year 2019

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RIBA East Awards Winners 2018

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East of England architecture winners in 2018 – selection

The David Attenborough Building, Cambridge, by Nicholas Hare Architects
The David Attenborough Building
photo © David Lowe

Storey’s Field Community Centre & Nursery, Cambridge, by muma
Storeys Field Community Centre Nursery
photo © Alan Williams

Aura housing, Great Kneighton, Cambridge, by TateHindle
Aura Housing
photo © Timothy Soar

Stephen Perse Foundation new sports and learning building, Cambridge, by Chadwick Dryer Clarke Studio & LSI Architects
Stephen Perse Foundation New Sports and Learning Building
photo © Richard Chivers

West Court, Jesus College, Cambridge, by Niall McLaughlin Architects
West Court Jesus College
photo © Nick Kane

The Deerings, Harpenden, by Gresford Architects & Nicholas Tye Architects
The Deerings
photo © Quintin Lake

Bushey Cemetery, Herts, by Waugh Thistleton Architects
Bushey Cemetery
photo © Lewis Kahn

Five Acre Barn, Suffolk, by Blee Halligan
Five Acre Barn
photo © Sarah Blee

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