Ranging from a £100,000 house in Belfast to a £75m hospital in Omagh, 21 projects have been shortlisted for the RSUA Design Awards.
On a very cold February morning, John Morgan, director at Leonard Design Architects, took a group of nine Year 3 Architecture students from The University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University on a visit to see one of the practice’s projects.
From a museum constructed out of an old grain silo in Cape Town, to a remodelled concert hall, take a closer look at the 16 cultural projects on the 2018 RIBA International list - 62 projects around the world identified by the judges as ones to watch out for as the shortlist and winners are announced later this year.
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On Friday 23 March, De Montfort University, Leicester hosted the first RIBA East Midlands pan-school charrette with students from all six of the region's schools of Architecture taking part.
Ben Derbyshire capped his visit to Nottingham on 9 March by officially opening Nottingham’s Urban Room.
Situated close to the Broadmarsh regeneration area, the space at 38 Carrington Street, is a partnership between the Nottingham and Derby Society of Architects, Nottingham City Council, Urban Design Group, Historic England, The University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University, with support from the RIBA East Midlands office.
Take a closer look at eight civic and infrastructure projects on the 2018 RIBA International list. From a maritime terminal in Italy, to a national library in Saudi Arabia, these buildings around the world impressed the judges enough to make it onto our list of projects to watch out for as the RIBA International Prize shortlist and winners are announced later this year.
The Royal Society of Architects in Wales are delighted to announce the six buildings that have been shortlisted for the RSAW 2018 Welsh Architecture Awards. The shortlisted schemes include a dignified new In-Patient Unit for a hospice in Newport, and a school in Port Talbot that recently won the 2017 National Eisteddfod's Gold Medal for Architecture.