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Twelve projects shortlisted for the RIBA South Awards 2024

A historic farmhouse, wellbeing centre for cancer support and a temple are among 12 projects shortlisted for the RIBA South Awards 2024.

14 February 2024

The reinvention of a 17th-century farmhouse, a wellbeing centre for cancer patients and a temple set within the South Downs National Park are among 12 projects shortlisted for the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) South Awards 2024.

Maggie's Southampton by Al_A. Image: Hufton + Crow

The projects that have been shortlisted are:

RIBA South Jury Chair Jennifer Dyne, Associate of David Kohn Architects, said:

“From colleges to cottages, the South proves to be ambitious at any scale. The shortlisted projects challenge conventions around re-use, materials, context, conservation and typologies - opening up conversations about setting, sustainability, and the stories behind each building.

“These dialogues will no doubt continue as we visit the shortlist. Travelling the region visiting houses, halls, and even hides – it should make for a didactic few days.”

Black House Farm by Robin Lee Architects. Image: Ståle Eriksen

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 (sponsored by Autodesk) and RIBA Building of the Year (sponsored by EH Smith), 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. 

Cheng Yu Tung Building, Jesus College, Oxford by MICA Architects. Image: Jim Stephenson
School Green Centre by AOC Architecture. Image: Philip Vile

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