RIBA Stirling Prize shortlist 2014
Find out more about the 2014 RIBA Stirling Prize Shortlist.
Playing an important role in Birmingham's Centenary Square, the new Library of Birmingham is an impressive and bold addition to the city.
This is a world-class building and its distinctive curvaceous form was a fitting backdrop for the 2012 Olympic Games.
The original theatre, on one of the city's most important streets, was one of the most cherished of Liverpool's cultural assets. In selecting Haworth Tompkins the client found a partner that has understood the essence of the organisation and its ambitions.
This remarkable project is an object lesson in mobilising the limitations of a site into a surprising and original building. The architects started by taking the geometry of tight angles as the definition of a solid into which they gouged cuts and cracks that give light and form.
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 land directly next to one of London's major transport hubs.
This major refurbishment and extension to the Manchester School of Art has been executed with great skill by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios. Design excellence has been coupled with the brief of a visionary client to break down the traditional art and design units encouraging staff and students across…