Monday, 16 July 2012

RIBA Awards and White Rose Awards 2012


An amazing new gallery in Wakefield, elegant apartments in Leeds and an inspiring college in Barnsley have been given an award by the RIBA in recognition of their architectural excellence.


The Yorkshire buildings are amongst 59 buildings in the UK and Europe, which have received RIBA Awards (50 in the UK and 9 in the rest of the EU).  The shortlist for the RIBA Stirling Prize, for the best building of the year, will be drawn from these RIBA Award winners.


The three Yorkshire buildings that have won National RIBA Awards are:
 

The Hepworth, Wakefield, David Chipperfield Architects
RIBA Award 2012
White Rose Building of the Year Award 2012
Photographer: Iwan Baan


Saxton, Leeds, Union North Architects  
RIBA Award 2012

White Rose Sustainability Award 2012
Photographer: Joel Fildes
Kirk Balk Community College, Barnsley, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris 
RIBA Award 2012

White Rose Client of the Year Award 2012
Photographer: Timothy Soar

In addition to this, four buildings in Yorkshire were winners of the regional RIBA Yorkshire, White Rose Awards:

Ad++ House, York, Coffey Architects 

White Rose Award 2012

White Rose Small Project of the Year Award 2012



Photographer: Timothy Soar
Cliffe Hill Primary School, Halifax, Aedas Architects
White Rose Award 2012
Photographer: Simon Miles

The Horsefield House, Sheffield, Prue Chiles Architects
White Rose Award 2012
Photographer: Peter Lathey

M&S Simply Foods, Sheffield, Lewis & Hickey Architects
White Rose Award 2012
Photographer: Feargal O’Ceallaigh
Shortlisted buildings 2012:
  • Archbishop Sentamu Academy, Hull, HKS Architects
  • Bradford Grammar School, Bradford, Halliday Clark Architects
  • Carlton Community College, Barnsley, BDP
  • Darton College, Barnsley, Lathams Architects
  • The Grange, Sheffield, Studio Gedye
  • Grimsby University Centre, Grimsby, Ryder Architecture
  • Headingley Enterprise and Arts Centre, Leeds, Brewster Bye Architects
  • New Head Quarters for Northern Ballet and Phoenix Dance, Leeds, Jacobs Architecture
  • Saint Margaret’s Burley (Left Bank), Leeds, Wiles & Maguire

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