14-10-2015

Finalists for the 2015 RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize

Niall McLaughlin Architects,

Bar, Sport & Wellness,

Design,

Exhibition,

The seven projects shortlisted for the RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2015 offer concrete examples of good architecture on a limited budget.



Finalists for the 2015 RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize

The RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2015, funded by the Marco Goldschmied Foundation, is an annual award for a project implemented by a young architectural practice on a budget of less than 1 million pounds. The award is named after Stephen Lawrence, an architecture student who was murdered in 1993.

On September 3 RIBA published a list of the 7 finalists. The 7 projects are very different, but all share a common attitude of dialogue and desire to overcome the urban and natural limitations of the sites where they were built, offering concrete demonstrations of good architecture on a limited budget.

- Acoustic Shells, West Sussex by Flanagan Lawrence
- Ancient Party Barn, Kent by Liddicoat & Goldhill LLP
- Brighton Waste House, East Sussex by BBM Sustainable Design Ltd
- Dundon Passivhaus, Somerset by Prewett Bizley Architects
- The Fishing Hut, Hampshire by Niall McLaughlin Architects
- Myrtle Cottage Garden Studio, Wiltshire by Stonewood Design
- Pear Tree House, London by Edgley Design

The winner of the RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2015 will be announced on October 15 2015 at the RIBA Stirling Prize awards ceremony.

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