The Lubetkin Prize plaque
Guangzhou International Finance Centre in China by Wilkinson Eyre Architects has won the 2012 Lubetkin Prize for the best new international building.
The RIBA Lubetkin Prize is named in honour of the Georgia-born architect, who worked in Paris before coming to London in the 1930s to establish the influential Tecton Group.
This year's shortlist consisted of four international winners:
Guangzhou Intnernational Finance Centre, Guangzhou, China by Wilkinson Eyre Architects for Guangzhou Yuexiu City Construction
One KL, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, by SCDA Architects for Waterfront Group
Solaris, Singapore, by TR Hamzah and Yeang in collaboration with CPG consultants for Soilbuild Group Holdings
Sperone Westwater, New York, USA, by Foster + Partners for Sperone Westwater.
To enter for the RIBA Lubetkin Prize the architect must be an RIBA member building outside the EU. It is awarded to the most outstanding building and is chosen from winners of RIBA International Awards following visits by a jury of architects.
The RIBA Lubetkin Prize 2011 winner was The Met Bangkok by WOHA.