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Goldsmith Street by Mikhail Riches and Cathy Hawley. Photograph by Tim Crocker.

RIBA Awards

Celebrating architecture in the UK and around the world

RIBA confirms 2021 and 2022 UK Awards plans

The next call for UK awards entries will be this year, for the 2022 RIBA Awards. Read RIBA President Alan Jones' article on the new requirements for these entries.

The 2021 RIBA UK Awards (including Regional, National and the RIBA Stirling Prize) will be selected from the shortlist for the 2020 RIBA Regional, RIAS, and RSAW Awards. 

Read more information about entering the RIBA Awards, including advice and contact details.

The RIBA has been celebrating outstanding work for over 180 years. Our awards and prizes are regarded internationally as a mark of excellence, recognising the best architecture, architects, research and students.

"Winning the RIBA Yorkshire Building of the Year was a great honour and gave us excellent exposure to new and existing clients." - Fergus Feilden, Director at Feilden Fowles, winner of RIBA Yorkshire Building of the Year Award 2019.

To enter a UK project, you must have a current individual RIBA Chartered Membership number or RIBA International Fellowship. The lead architect of the scheme must be a current RIBA Chartered Member.

Entries to the RIBA International Awards are currently closed. The dates of the next edition will be confirmed in due course. Eligibility criteria may vary.

RIBA Awards 2019 Juries

Discover who’s on the jury for this year’s awards programme

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