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RIBA Awards 2015 winners announced

Published on 27 July 2015 at 17:45

RIBA National Award winning buildings set the standard for good architecture covering all types of developments and schemes, they are recognised as important contributions to architecture.

Congratulations to all this years winners, to view full listing click here:  

http://www.architecture.com/StirlingPrize/Awards2015/RegionalWinners/RIBARegionalAwardWinners2015.aspx

AIS provided Building Regulation Approvals for  5 winning projects:

Chichester Festival Theatre was one of the major winners of the night,  the Haworth Tompkins designed Theatre redevelopment won five RIBA architectural awards; RIBA South East Award 2015,  RIBA South East Building of the Year 2015, RIBA South East Project Architect of the Year - Sponsored by Larfarge Tarmac,  RIBA South East Conservation Award 2015 and the RIBA South East Sustainability Award 2015 - Sponsored by SIKA.  Described by judges as the “true masterclass in how to restore and augment an existing iconic building”.  

The Foundry a former shoe polish factory underwent total refurbishment and rebuilding on a small budget into a Social Justice and Human Rights Centre in Vauxhall, London.   The Architecture 00 Limited designed building took the RIBA London Building of the Year Award  and the RIBA London Regional award 2015.

Donmar, Dryden Street –  Awarded the RIBA London Award 2015, the Haworth Tompkins designed five storey warehouse in Dryden Street has become a new administrative home for the Donmar Theatre, including a range of education spaces, library, offices, rehearsal and casting studios, music practice rooms, interspersed with inviting living rooms and kitchens.

University Campus for Hult  International Business School - The new undergraduate campus for the Hult International Business School was achieved through the conversion of a Grade II listed brewery plus a recently completed concrete framed extension to the front. Designed by Sergison Bates Architects the Hult won the RIBA National Award 2015 and the RIBA London Award 2015.

William Perkin Church of England High School Architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios demonstrated their experience when designing this secondary school to a very tight programme and budget.    The majority of the building’s superstructure and architectural features are formed using CLT (Cross laminiated timber) making this 4 storey complex the largest CLT building in the UK. Awarded RIBA London Award 2015. 

The RIBA Stirling Prize is the world's most prestigious architecture prize and will be awarded later this year in October.