South West & Wessex National Winners
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Located within the context of a working Somerset farmyard, the new building provides an architecture archive that houses the client's collection of historic and contemporary drawings, models and books.Within the walls of a dilapidated walls old stone and brick barn, two timber structures have been i…
Built by the developer Zero C, who were partly responsible for Prince Charles's somewhat divisive vision in Poundbury, Dorchester, Officers Field is a remarkable achievement.
The centre of Poole has long had a problem with congestion as its only lifting bridge regularly rises and stops traffic and pedestrians.
A Grade II listed building and the last of its type in the UK that once housed artists like Ben Nicholson and Patrick Heron, as well as the St Ives School of Painting – not to mention a cellar for pressing pilchards.
This is a new sixth form building for an Academy school on the outskirts of Bath. How could we fail to be bowled over by a proud and enthusiastic (for…
Won in competition back in 2007, this building waited patiently for many years as the Museum and Arts Manager, Jane Lillystone, battled away and won g…
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View the winners of the RIBA National Awards 2014 here. RIBA National Award winning buildings are the best examples of design from across the UK. Win…