Lubetkin Prize

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

The jury for 2010 was Paul Monaghan, AHMM, Tony Chapman, RIBA Head of Awards, Ruth Reed, RIBA President, Keith Williams, Keith Williams Architects and Paul Finch, Editorial Director of Architects Journal.

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.

UK Pavilion, Expo 2010 Shanghai in China by Heatherwick Studio was the 2010 Lubetkin Prize winner.

The 2010 Lubetkin shortlist:

 

UK Pavilion, Shanghai

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Architect: Heatherwick Studio

Client: Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Photographer: Heatherwick Studio

 

Anchorage Museum

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Architect: David Chipperfield Architects

Client: Anchorage Museum at Rasmoun Center

Photographer: Christian Richters

 

Timberyard Social Housing

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Architect: O'Donnell & Tuomey

Client: Dublin City Council

Photographer: Dennis Gilbert

 

 

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