Ten projects have been announced as winners of the 2022 RIBA Building of the Year Award in their respective regions.
RIBA President, Simon Allford said:
“Winning a regional Building of the Year Award is a major achievement. Across the country projects have been selected for this accolade because they are exemplars of the very best of innovative, intelligent and delightful design. The results of positive collaboration between architect and client, and design team and contractor, they demonstrate that high quality, sustainable architecture can positively impact the lives of the people that engage with it. My warmest congratulations to all those involved.”
The RIBA regional Building of the Year Awards were presented at a ceremony at the RIBA’s Headquarters in London on Tuesday evening.
All RIBA Regional Award winners will now be considered for a highly-coveted RIBA National Award in recognition of their architectural excellence, which will be announced in June. The shortlist for the RIBA Stirling Prize for the best building of the year will be drawn from the RIBA National Award-winning projects later in the year.
The RIBA regional Building of the Year awards are sponsored by Taylor Maxwell.
Learn more about the RIBA Awards programme including how to enter for the upcoming awards season.
RIBA East Building of the Year
By Cottrell & Vermeulen Architecture
RIBA East Midlands Building of the Year
By Evans Vettori Architects for Nottingham Trent University
RIBA London Building of the Year
By Mæ Architects for Hammersmith and Fulham Council
RIBA North East Building of the Year
By LEAP for private client
RIBA North West Building of the Year
By Hodder and Partners for The Royal Horticultural Society
RIBA South Building of the Year
by Alison Brooks Architects for Exeter College, Oxford
RIBA South East Building of the Year
By Haverstock for Guildford Crematorium
RIBA South West & Wessex Building of the Year
By CaSA Architects for private client
RIBA West Midlands Building of the Year
By Acanthus Clews Architects for Dean & Chapter of Worcester Cathedral
RIBA Yorkshire Building of the Year
By Heatherwick Studio for Maggie's Yorkshire