The winner of the 21st RIBA Stirling Prize has been announced. The UK’s most prestigious award for architecture has been assigned to Caruso St John's Newport Street Gallery. Let us look at Floornature’s coverage of some of the projects that have won the prize in the past.
The Haworth Tompkins architecture studio is responsible for the project to restructure and enlarge the National Theatre in London. The theatre won the RIBA “Client of the Year” award 2015, which recognises the importance of a good client for good architecture.
RIBA’s famous Stirling Prize is 20 years old, and while awaiting announcement of the winner for 2015 on October 15, this week’s best of the week feature looks at this year’s six finalists and past winners presented in Floornature.
London architectural practice Haworth Tompkins has renovated Liverpool’s historic Everyman Theatre. The renovation of the Everyman Theatre offered an opportunity to build a contemporary icon with which the people of Liverpool could identify, a sustainable construction reusing 25,000 bricks from the old building.
The 6 finalists for the Stirling Prize awarded by RIBA are Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, Zaha Hadid architects, Mecanoo architecten, O'Donnell + Tuomey Architects, Renzo Piano Building Workshop and Haworth Tompkins.
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