59-strong longlist for 2012 Stirling Prize released in the form of 2012 RIBA Awards winners

The longlist for the RIBA Stirling Prize has been announced in the form of the winners of the Royal Institute of British Architects’ (RIBA) 2012 Awards for architectural excellence. A list of 50 buildings across the UK and 9 in the EU has been released from which the Stirling Prize winner will be selected on 13 October 2012. The Stirling Prize is awarded each year to a project either built or designed in the UK which has pushed the boundaries of British architecture.

Ten of the schemes on this year’s RIBA Awards winners’ list are public arts buildings including the Eric Parry-designed Holburne Museum, former Stirling Prize winner David Chipperfield’s Hepworth Wakefield and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh by Page/Park Architects. In amongst these cultural projects are a wide variety of schemes across the sectors, such as Maggie’s South West Wales with Garber & James, Swansea by Kisho Kurokawa Architect & Associates and The Royal Veterinary College Student Village, Hatfield by Hawkins\Brown.

Speaking on the announcement, RIBA President Angela Brady said: “For nearly fifty years the RIBA Awards have reflected the changing state of British architecture and revealed emerging design trends. What really stands out is that even in times of austerity, we can still deliver amazingly clever, high quality buildings that reflect the needs of today and enhance our daily lives.”

The 50 UK buildings that have won an RIBA Award are:

National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh - Gareth Hoskins Architects
Bogbain Mill, Maryburgh - Rural Design
Dundee Council Civic Office, Dundee - Reiach and Hall Architects
Maggie’s Gartnavel , Glasgow – OMA
Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh - Page/Park Architects

Glenariffe House, Glens of Antrim - McGarry-Moon Architects
Lyric Theatre, Belfast - O’Donnell + Tuomey
Public Records Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast - Todd Architects
Rear Extension to 109 Osborne Park, Belfast - ard (ciaran mackel) Architects

Roseberry Park, Middlesbrough - Medical Architecture
Toffee Factory, Newcastle upon Tyne - xsite architecture

Brockholes Visitor Centre, Lancashire - Adam Khan Architects
Festival House, Blackpool - dRMM Architects
North House, Bowden - Roger Stephenson Architects

Kirk Balk Community College, Barnsley - Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
Saxton, Leeds - Union North
The Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield - David Chipperfield Architects

Maggie’s South West Wales with Garber & James, Swansea - Kisho Kurokawa Architect & Associates
Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff - BFLS

BFI Master Film Store, Warwickshire - Edward Cullinan Architects

Caistor Arts & Heritage Centre, Lincolnshire - Jonathan Hendry Architects
Easton Neston Estate, Northamptonshire - Ptolemy Dean Architects
Loughborough Design School, Loughborough - Burwell Deakins Architects

Brentwood School Sixth Form Centre & Assembly Hall, Essex - Cottrell & Vermeulen Architecture
Royal Veterinary College Student Village, Hatfield - Hawkins\Brown
The Dune House, Suffolk - Jarmund Vigsnaes Architects & Mole Architects
The Sainsbury Laboratory, University of Cambridge - Stanton Williams

Private House, Gloucestershire - Found Associates
The Dyson Centre for Neonatal Care, Bath - Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
The Holburne Museum, Bath - Eric Parry Architects
The Triangle, Swindon - Glenn Howells Architects

Garsington Opera Pavilion, High Wycombe - Snell Associates
The Shulman Auditorium, Oxford - Berman Guedes Stretton
Student Accommodation, Somerville College, Oxford - Niall McLaughlin Architects

McLaren Production Centre, Surrey - Foster + Partners
Turner Contemporary, Kent - David Chipperfield Architects

14 St George Street and 50 New Bond Street, London W1S - Eric Parry Architects
Exhibition Road, London SW7 - Dixon Jones
Dalling Road, Carmichael, London - Hayhurst and Co. in collaboration with Lucy
Peabody Avenue, Pimlico, London SW1V - Haworth Tompkins
The St. Paul’s Centre at St. Paul’s Church, London W6 - Richard Griffiths Architects
The Hurlingham Club Outdoor Pool, London SW6 - David Morley Architects
Kings Grove, London SE15 - Duggan Morris Architects
White Cube, Bermondsey, London SE1 - Casper Mueller Kneer Architects
Hackney Marshes Centre, London E9 - Stanton Williams
London Olympic Stadium, London E20 – POPULOUS
New Court, London EC4N - OMA with Allies and Morrison
St. Pancras Chambers, London NW1 - RHWL Architects with Richard Griffiths Architects
Henrietta Barnett School, London NW11 - Hopkins Architects
University of the Arts London Campus, Central Saint Martins, London N1C - Stanton Williams

The 9 RIBA Award buildings in the EUROPEAN UNION are:

PJ Carroll’s Factory, Dundalk, Ireland - scott tallon walker architects
Wexford County Council Headquarters, Wexford, Ireland - Robin Lee Architecture
Solid 11, Amsterdam - Tony Fretton Architects
Las Arenas, Barcelona, Spain - Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Bilbao Arena, Bilbao, Spain - Idom UK
H27D, Constance, Germany - Kraus Schoenberg Architects
maison L, Yvelines, France – architecturespossibles
Centre Pompidou- Metz, Metz, France - Shigeru Ban and Jean de Gastine Architectes with Gumuchdjian Architects
FCN 2009, Portelle, Italy - M Guiseppina Grasso Cannizzo

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