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RIBA Client of the Year 2015
The Bloxham Charitable Trust, England, UK – Creation of Fine Architecture
15 Oct 2015
2015 RIBA Client of the Year
National Theatre wins 2015 RIBA Client of the Year award
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has this evening (15 October 2015) named National Theatre the 2015 RIBA Client of the Year. The annual award, supported by The Bloxham Charitable Trust, recognises the key role that a good client plays in the creation of fine architecture.
RIBA President Jane Duncan said:
“Architecture needs clients who take a long-term approach to their properties, and few have had a longer commitment than the National Theatre. Ever since Sir Laurence Olivier’s initial dream in the 1960s of a national theatre with a permanent home on London’s South Bank, successive directors have seen architecture and theatre as being mutually inter-dependent. Sir Denys Lasdun, Stanton Williams and Haworth Tompkins have successively given an improved theatrical experience to actors and audiences. The result of both of the latter architects’ work has made Lasdun’s masterpiece more than worthy of its Grade I-listed status.”
The winner of RIBA Client of the Year was announced this evening (Thursday 15 October) at the RIBA Stirling Prize party at RIBA in central London.
The RIBA Client of the Year award is supported by The Bloxham Charitable Trust.
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Previous winners of RIBA Client of the Year include The Royal Shakespeare Company (2011), Olympic Delivery Authority (2012) and the National Trust (2013) and Manchester Metropolitan University (2014).
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Hammerson – Award
Hammerson named RIBA Client of the Year 2010 supported by the Bloxham Charitable Trust
Hammerson have been named the 2010 RIBA Client of the Year supported by the Bloxham Charitable Trust.
The RIBA Client of the Year award honours the key role that a good client plays in the creation of fine architecture. They consider clients of the year’s RIBA Award-winning schemes but take into account a track record of previous successful commissioning, particularly where this has led to earlier RIBA Awards
Threadneedle Street project:
photos from RIBA
The judges named Hammerson the 2010 Client of the Year for their commitment to supporting good architecture. Working with a mix of established and younger architects, they have produced commercial architecture of the highest quality. Inspiring design has resulted in inspiring projects, which include the Foreign Office’s striking net glazing at Leicester; artist Susanna Heron’s etched glass windows in Stanton Williams’s Bristol store, and the beautifully detailed oriel window shopfronts in Eric Parry’s Threadneedle Street project.
Client of the Year Award Winner
Buildings by Hammerson include House of Fraser Bristol
photo : Hélène Binet
image from ArcelorMittal
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RIBA Special Awards Winners
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Neues Museum, Berlin
photograph : Ute Zscharnt
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photo © Alan Cookson
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image © Philip Gumuchdjian
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The RIBA Sorrell Foundation Schools Award
St Luke’s CE Primary School, Wolverhampton
photo : Leigh Simpson
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