Lubetkin Prize

Lubetkin Prize 2009

The RIBA Lubetkin Prize is awarded to the architect of the best International Award winning building.

The jury for 2009 was Paul Monaghan, AHMM, Tony Chapman, RIBA Head of Awards, Sunand Prasad, RIBA President, Alison Brooks, Architect and Tom Dyckhoff, architecture critic.

The 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.

The National Stadium in Beijing, China by Herzog de Meuron was the 2009 Lubetkin Prize winner.

The 2009 Lubetkin shortlist:

 

Beijing Airport Terminal 3

Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal 3

Source: Foster Partners

Copyright: Nigel Young

Client: Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal 3

Award: RIBA International Award, shortlisted for the Lubetkin Prize

 

National Stadium Beijing

National Stadium Beijing

Source: Architects Herzog & de Meuron with China Architectural Design & Research Group and Arup Sport

Copyright: IwanBaan

Client: National Stadium Company

Award: RIBA International Award, shortlisted for the Lubetkin Prize

 

British High Commission

British High Commission

Source: Richard Murphy Architects

Copyright: Richard Murphy Architects

Client: The Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Award: RIBA International Award, shortlisted for the Lubetkin Prize

 

 

 

Museum Bradhorst

Museum Bradhorst

Source: Sauerbruch Hutton

Copyright: Annette Kisling

Client: Staatliches Bauamt Munchen 1

Award: RIBA International Award, shortlisted for the Lubetkin Prize

 

Sean O'Casey Centre

Sean O'Casey Community Centre

Source: O'Donnell Tuomey

Copyright: Dennis Gilbert

Client: Manager Architecture and Urban Design

Award: RIBA International Award, shortlisted for the Lubetkin Prize

 

The Water Cube

The Water Cube

Source: PTW Architects, China State Construction and Engineering Corporation, China State Construction Design International and ARUP

Copyright: Ben McMillan

Client: People's Government of Beijing, State Owned Assets management Co. LTD

Award: RIBA International Award, shortlisted for the Lubetkin Prize

 

 

 

 

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