RIBA South Award Winners 2018, Winning Southern English Buildings, Best UK Architecture Projects
RIBA South Award Winners 2018 News
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18 May 2018
2018 RIBA South Award Winners
Eight buildings in the South win 2018 architecture awards
Eight buildings in the South have won RIBA South Awards from the Royal Institute of British Architects, was announced at a prestigious awards ceremony held at Mercedes-Benz World in Weybridge on Thursday 17 May 2018, in recognition of their architectural excellence. The event was hosted by ITV Meridian presenter, Stacey Poole.
The winning buildings are:
Pheasants, Buckinghamshire by Sarah Griffiths + Amin Taha Architects
photo © Tim Soar
Big Data Institute, Oxford by make
photo © Martina Ferrara
The Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre, Worcester College, Oxford by Niall McLaughlin Architects
photo © Keith Barnes
Regional Jury Chair, Adrian James of Adrian James Architects, said of this year’s RIBA South Award winners:
“The overall standard of the shortlist for RIBA South Awards was very high, which is why so many of them made the grade to progress to a Regional Award.
“Oxford generally dominates the architecture of the region. The University and the colleges have an eye-popping track record as patrons and that tradition shows no sign of waning. The standard of the submitted buildings in Oxford this year was quite superb. Most should achieve national and even international recognition.
“One building type that was notably absent in the region was housing. Whereas London has legions of housing developments each year, RIBA South apparently has none. So it is good to see that Oxfordshire is now taking meaningful steps to correct this, with major housebuilding initiatives. Let’s hope that the authorities and developers prioritise quality as paramount.”
Further Special Awards were awarded as follows:
Thames Tower, Reading – RIBA South Sustainability Award, sponsored by Geberit
Sarah Griffiths – RIBA South Project Architect of the Year Award, sponsored by Taylor Maxwell
Canoe Lake Leisure Tennis Pavilion, Southsea – RIBA South Client of the Year Award, sponsored by Tobermore
New Library, The Queen’s College, Oxford – RIBA South Conservation Award
The Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre, Worcester College, Oxford – RIBA South Building of the Year Award, sponsored by Artifice Press.
RIBA South Award winners will also be considered for a highly-coveted RIBA National Award in recognition of their architectural excellence, which will be announced on Thursday 21 June. The shortlist for the RIBA Stirling Prize for the best building of the year will be drawn from the RIBA National Award-winning buildings later in the year.
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