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Seventeen projects shortlisted for RIBA East Awards 2024

A museum renovation, music pavilion and the reinvention of a grain warehouse are among 17 projects shortlisted for the RIBA East Awards 2024.

09 February 2024

The revamp of Gainsborough’s House Museum, a free-standing music pavilion and the reinvention of a 17th century grain warehouse are among 17 projects that have been shortlisted for the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) East Awards 2024. 

Meadow House, Essex by Ström Architects. Image: Helena Lee

The shortlisted projects are: 

RIBA East Jury Chair Gavin Henderson, Principal Director of Stanton Williams, said: 

“The diverse range of projects shortlisted this year reflects the breadth of architectural talent and the ambition of clients working across the region.  

“It is particularly encouraging to see schemes that embrace high levels of sustainability, while also focusing on enhancing the experience and wellbeing of their occupants. These are projects that respond with ingenuity to contemporary challenges and their unique contexts, creating characterful places of lasting value.” 

Dining Hall at Homerton College, Cambridge, by Feilden Fowles Architects. Image: David Grandorge

The RIBA Regional Awards shortlists for 2024 will be announced from 8 to 23 February. Check back throughout this period for shortlist publications.

All projects shortlisted for RIBA Regional Awards will be visited by a regional jury, and the winning projects will be announced later this spring.

The winners will then be considered for several RIBA Special Awards, including the RIBA Sustainability Award and RIBA Building of the Year, before being considered for a highly coveted RIBA National Award, which will be announced in summer.

The shortlist for the RIBA Stirling Prize – the UK’s best new building – will be drawn from the RIBA National Award-winning projects, and announced in September. The Stirling Prize winner will be announced in October.

Creek Cabin by MAP Architecture and Jon Broome Architects. Image: David Valinsky
Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge, by R H Partnership Architects: Image: Nick Guttridge
WongAvery Gallery by Níall McLaughlin Architects. Image: Nick Kane

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