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Stephen Lawrence Prize

Stephen Lawrence Prize

House of Trace - photograph by Tim Croker

Stephen Lawrence Prize

The Stephen Lawrence Prize rewards the best projects with a construction budget of less than £1 million

Established in 1998 in memory of Stephen Lawrence, who aspired to be an architect, the Stephen Lawrence Prize is now in its twentieth year and rewards the best examples of projects with a construction budget of less than £1 million. 

The 2017 judges are: Marco Goldschmied, RIBA Past President and Founder of the Marco Goldschmied Foundation, which established and supports the Stephen Lawrence Prize; Baroness Lawrence of Clarendon, Doreen Lawrence CBE; 2016 winner Taro Tsurata, Tsurata Architects; and Stephen Lawrence Scholarship recipient Stephanie Edwards, Barton Willmore.

The winner of the 2017 Stephen Lawrence Prize will be announced on Tuesday 31 October at the Roundhouse, London.

PAST WINNERS OF THE STEPHEN LAWRENCE PRIZE

2013 - Montpelier Community Nursery, London by AY Architects

2012 - King’s Grove, London by Duggan Morris Architects

2011 - St Patrick’s School Library and Music Room, London by Coffey Architects

2010 - Artists’ House, London by Gumuchdjian Architects

2009 - El Ray, Dungeness by Simon Conder Associates

2008 - The Sackler Crossing, London by John Pawson

2007 - Wooda Auditorium, Cornwall by David Sheppard Architects

2006 - Wrap House, London by Alison Brooks Architects

2005 - House, Clonakilty, by Níall McLaughlin Architects

2004 - Vista, Dungeness by Simon Conder Associates

2003 - Think Tank, Skibbereen by Gumuchdjian Architects

2002 - Westborough Cardboard Building, Westcliff-on-Sea by Cottrell & Vermeulen

2001 - Hatherley Studio, Winchester by Richard Rose-Casemore

2000 - Kielder Belvedere, Northumberland by Softroom

1999 - Roche Court Sculpture Gallery, Wiltshire by Munkenbeck + Marshall

1998 - Terrasson, France by Ian Ritchie Architects

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