Fifteen buildings shortlisted for RIBA East Midlands 2018 Awards
Lincoln University’s Isaac Newton Building, regeneration project Lenton Gardens and GlaxoSmithKline’s Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry are among the fifteen buildings shortlisted for the RIBA East Midlands 2018 Awards.
Of the buildings that were entered in the region, which covers Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Rutland, Northamptonshire, and Lincolnshire, fifteen buildings were shortlisted including university buildings and Northamptonshire County Council’s new headquarters.
East Midlands Chair, Sam Culling welcomed the news saying that the diversity of the schemes demonstrates the ‘breadth of high-quality architecture’ that the region has to offer.
The buildings in the running for RIBA East Midlands Awards 2018 are:
- Advanced Manufacturing Building, University of Nottingham by Bond Bryan Architects
- Alton Nether Farm, Ashbourne by Evans Vettori
- Castle Hall, De Montfort University, Leicester by maber
- Font House, Market Harborough by Gluckman Smith
- Isaac Newton Building, University of Lincoln by maber
- Lenton Gardens, Nottingham by JTP
- NGS Macmillan Unit, Chesterfield Royal Hospital by The Manser Practice
- Nottingham Mews House by Chiles Evans + Care Architects
- One Angel Square, Northampton by BDP
- Orchard Barn, Ashover by Chiles Evans + Care Architects
- Oundle School, by van Heyningen and Haward Architects
- Private House, Gertrude Road, Nottingham by ta Architecture
- The Fairway, Leicester by Daykin Marshall Studio
- The GlaxoSmithKline Carbon Neutral Laboratories for Sustainable Chemistry, Nottingham by Fairhursts Design Group
- Vijay Patel Building, De Montfort University, Leicester by CPMG Architects