The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has today (Thursday 7 September 2017) announced the shortlist for the RIBA Client of the Year 2017. The annual award, supported by The Bloxham Charitable Trust, recognises the role that a good client plays in the creation of fine architecture.
The 2017 shortlist is:
- Bedales School
for Bedales School Art and Design Building, Hampshire by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
- Forestry Commission
for Wolfson Tree Management Centre, Gloucestershire by Invisible Studio; also Stihl Treetop Walkway by Glenn Howells Architects
- London Borough of Enfield
for Dujardin Mews, London by Karakusevic Carson Architects (with Maccreanor Lavington)
for Tate Modern Blavatnik Building (Switch House), London by Herzog & de Meuron
The winner of RIBA Client of the Year 2017 will be announced at the RIBA Stirling Prize party on Tuesday 31 October at The Roundhouse in central London.
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- Previous winners of RIBA Client of the Year include Westmorland Ltd (2016), National Theatre (2015), Manchester Metropolitan University (2014), National Trust (2013) and the Olympic Delivery Authority (2012).
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- Tom Bloxham MBE of Urban Splash supports the RIBA Client of the Year award through his charity The Bloxham Charitable Trust.
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