Meet the people judging the 2019 RIBA Regional Awards
Every project shortlisted for a RIBA Regional Award is visited by a carefully selected jury of leading architects and relevant experts in the built environment. We think it’s essential that judges get up close and personal with a building before thinking about giving it an award.
So it’s not the RIBA deciding which projects get shortlisted and which go on to win – that task falls to our architects’ fellow members and peers.
To encourage new talent and fresh perspectives, the regional juries (comprised of a Chair, regional representative, lay assessor, sustainability specialist and conservation specialist) are changed each year.
The RIBA Awards are open for entries until Thursday 21 February 2019.
Carol Pyrah - Historic England
Catherine Wilson - CSK
Chris Perkins - CBP Architects
Colin Riches - Mott MacDonald
David Edmondson - Cornwall Council
Dharmista Patel - OPUN
Ellie Howard - Greater London Authority
Guy Holmes - North Tyneside Council
Henriette Helstrup - BIG
Ian Dieffenthaler - City and Country
Ilka van Heerden - Perkins + Will
Laura Jenkinson - GVA
Michael Davies - Davies Sutton Architects
Michael Williams - MJW Architects
Michelle Martin - Live Site Project
Mike Jamieson - Tate Hindle
Peter Clash - Clash Associates
Professor Stephen Curwell
Rachel White - Winchester City Council
Ralph Carpenter – Modece
Richmal Wigglesworth - Sheppard Robson
Tom Jagger - GSS
Please keep checking this page for further Regional Awards Jury announcements.