Twenty-three buildings and a masterplan for a new urban district in Cambridge have been shortlisted for RIBA East 2019 Awards.
Out of an original 42 entries in the East of England, twenty-four will now be considered for an RIBA Regional Award.
RIBA East regional director Louise Todd said: “We have seen some really impressive entries in the East of England this year. The range of projects clearly demonstrates the many specialist skills that practices can offer, from conservation work and re-imagining outdated buildings through to designing highly energy-efficient one-off homes and social housing. All the architects and their clients are to be heartily congratulated on making it onto this year’s shortlist.”
This year's shortlisted projects are:
Abode at Great Kneighton phase 2, by Proctor and Matthews Architects
Bishop’s Stortford College Boarding Houses, by Hawkins\Brown
Black Barn, nr Woodbridge, by Studio Bark
Cambridge Assessment, by Eric Parry Architects
Courtyard House, Bury St Edmunds, by Williams Griffiths Architects
Eaton Socon Preschool, by Devlin Architects
Eddington masterplan, by AECOM
Eddington Lot 1, by WilkinsonEyre with Mole Architects
Ermine Street Church Academy, Huntingdon, by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
Essendonbury Farm, Hatfield, by Brooks Murray Architects
Goldsmith Street social housing, Norwich, by Mikhail Riches with Cathy Hawley
Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, by Jamie Fobert Architects
Kintyre, nr St Albans, by Tate Harmer
Marmalade Lane Cohousing, Cambridge, by Mole Architects
North West Cambridge Utility Buildings, Eddington, by Robin Lee Architecture
Pavilion extension, nr Cambridge, by Ashworth Parkes Architects
Peter Hall Performing Arts Centre, The Perse School Cambridge, by Haworth Tompkins
Simon Sainsbury Centre, Cambridge Judge Business School, by Stanton Williams
St Albans Museum and Art Gallery, by John McAslan + Partners
Stapleford Granary Study Centre for Arts and Music, by MCW Architects
The Church of St Augustine extension, Ipswich, by Haward Architects
The Dorothy Garrod Building, Newnham College, by Walters & Cohen Architects
The Lookout, Holkham, by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios with Lucas + Western
Wesley House Theological College, Cambridge, by Cowper Griffith Architects
All shortlisted buildings will now be assessed by a regional jury with the winning buildings announced at an awards ceremony on 9 May at Downing College Cambridge.
If successful, the Regional Award winners will be considered for a highly-coveted RIBA National Award in recognition of their architectural excellence, the results of which will be announced in June. The shortlist for the RIBA Stirling Prize, the best new building of the year, will be drawn from the RIBA National Award-winning buildings in July and the Stirling Prize winner will be announced in October.
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