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RIBA Awards programme 2013: call for entries

Date:

26 November 2012

Press office contact:

Howard Crosskey
T: +44 (0)20 7307 3761
E: howard.crosskey@riba.org

Online applications open on Monday 3 December at www.architecture.com/awards|

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is seeking the best examples of new British and international architecture. Practices up and down the country are invited to enter projects of architectural excellence for the 2013 RIBA awards.

The 2013 programme includes RIBA Regional, National, EU and International Awards. The programme culminates with regional and national special awards and the RIBA Stirling Prize and RIBA Lubetkin Prize. Eligibility details and the entry form will be online from Monday 3 December.

Any building by an RIBA Chartered member or RIBA International Fellow is eligible. Buildings must be completed and occupied between the dates of 1 January 2011 and 8 February 2013.

The closing date for entries is Thursday 31 January for London, EU and International awards and Friday 8 February for all other UK regions.

Online entry opens from 3 December at www.architecture.com/awards|.

Any queries to Clemency Christopherson in the RIBA Awards Office on 020 7307 3715 or awards@riba.org|.

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Notes to editors

  • For further press information contact Howard Crosskey in the RIBA Press Office on 020 7307 3761; howard.crosskey@riba.org
  • For further information on applications and eligibility contact Clemency Christopherson in the RIBA Awards Office on 020 7307 3715 or clemency.christopherson@riba.org
  • The RIBA Awards have been running continuously since 1966 and are judged and presented locally.  No matter the shape, size, budget or location, RIBA Award winning schemes set the standard for great architecture all across the country. RIBA Awards are for buildings in the UK by RIBA Chartered Architects and RIBA International Fellows. Entries are to be submitted to the region or nation in which the building is situated. Winners are considered for the RIBA Stirling Prize.
  • The Royal Institute of British Architects champions better buildings, communities and the environment through architecture and its members. www.architecture.com

 

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