Northern Ireland National Winners RIBA Awards 2014

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London National winners - Top Four Results

Building Brent Civic Centre

Brent Civic Centre

The Brent Civic Centre is unusual in that it brings together into one building all the civic functions associated with the Authority, previously spread over 14 different buildings.

Building London Library

London Library

The London Library is a much loved institution used by a wide variety of distinguished writers and researchers. Its complex and confusing matrix of spaces allows the user to get pleasurably lost and gives opportunities for discovering personal favourite spaces.

Building Luker House

Luker House

This beautiful house is an essay in how to transform a totally unpromising site into something poetic and memorable. Sited in backlands with the prospect of new development overlooking the site, the design makes a benefit of developing a one-sided relationship to a sequence of external spaces.

Building Golden Lane

Golden Lane

The jury agreed unanimously that the architect had created an exquisite tactile gem of a place, by removing years of thoughtless accretions, finding and carefully reinstating original fabric and judiciously adding elegant and beautifully detailed contemporary elements that complement the original.

London National winners - Other Results

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Tate Britain, Millbank Project

This project makes important changes and improvements to Tate Britain through a series of intelligent and sensitively conceived transformations to fou…

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RIBA National Award Winners 2014

RIBA National Award winning buildings are the best examples of design from across the UK. Winners this year include the new Library of Birmingham.

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Drapers' Academy

This school is a beautiful and accomplished piece of architecture. It has a very clear, rational plan, which creates an unusual sense of calm, while a…

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JW3

JW3 is a new concept for the UK, a community centre for Jewish and non-Jewish people, for infants, for teenagers, adults and senior citizens; it is a …

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King's Cross Station Redevelopment

This enormous and complex project takes a Grade 1 listed structure and has brought it up to a standard that meets the exacting demands for a 21st Cent…

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London Aquatics Centre

This is a world-class building and its distinctive curvaceous form was a fitting backdrop for the 2012 Olympic Games.

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One Pancras Square

This speculative office building is a key building in the Kings Cross master-plan sited between Kings Cross and St Pancras station.

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Ortus

It is a testament to its bold client vision, humane architectural approach and intelligent environmental design that this building is already becoming…

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Lens House

This project involved the remodelling and extension of a four storey semiĀ­ detached Victorian Villa in the Canonbury Conservation area.

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Rambert

The Jury were impressed by the seemingly effortless crispness of the architectural detailing both internally and externally, as well as by the deep at…

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Saxon Court & Roseberry Mansions

This development is the first phase of a mixed-tenure residential scheme that is a part of the King's Cross masterplan.

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London Bridge Tower/The Shard

There cannot be a more compressed model for city intensification than this tower: 1.2 million square feet of accommodation built on a small piece of l…

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TNG Youth and Community Centre

This building has many virtues. Both its brief and its design are the product of an extensive process of public consultation apparently resulting in a…

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