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Farewell to Richard Rogers

24-12-2021

Farewell to Richard Rogers

Internationally renowned Italo-British architect Richard Rogers passed away on December 18. His emblematic high-tech projects such as the Millennium Dome and Lloyds of London, or the Centre Pompidou designed with Renzo Piano in Paris, have altered the skylines of numerous cities.

Farewell to Chris Wilkinson

22-12-2021

Farewell to Chris Wilkinson

Architect Chris Wilkinson, co-founder of WilkinsonEyre architectural studio with Jim Eyre and winner of two RIBA Stirling Prizes, passed away on December 14 at the age of 76. The announcement was made on the studio’s official Twitter account on December 16.

Balkrishna Doshi wins the 2022 Royal Gold Medal

14-12-2021

Balkrishna Doshi wins the 2022 Royal Gold Medal

Indian architect Balkrishna Doshi, winner of the 2018 Pritzker Prize, will receive the 2022 Royal Gold Medal, one of the most important international architecture awards, presented annually by the Royal Institute of British Architects, RIBA. The award is assigned to studios or professionals who have had a significant impact on the progress of architecture, either directly or indirectly.

Roger Hawkins and Russell Brown at The Architects Series

17-11-2021

Roger Hawkins and Russell Brown at The Architects Series

Architects Roger Hawkins and Russell Brown, founders of the studio HawkinsBrown, will be the subject of the twentieth event in "The Architects Series – A documentary on: HawkinsBrown", organised by The Plan magazine for the Iris Ceramica Group and broadcast in live streaming on November 18. The screening of the video documentary about the studio will be followed by the two architects' lecture "Who do we think we are?".

Town House by Grafton Architects wins the RIBA Stirling Prize

22-10-2021

Town House by Grafton Architects wins the RIBA Stirling Prize

The Town House project for Kingston University London by Grafton Architects, led by architects Shelley McNamara and Yvonne Farrell, has won the 25th RIBA Stirling Prize, the prestigious prize awarded by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) for the finest works in the United Kingdom.

RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2021 Finalists

20-09-2021

RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2021 Finalists

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the list of six finalist projects that have been shortlisted for the Stephen Lawrence Prize 2021. The award is dedicated to the memory of a young architecture student who died tragically in 1993 and is open to projects with a budget of less than £1 million. The winner is awarded a scholarship provided by the Marco Goldschmied Foundation.

Moxon Architects’ Esperance Bridge in King’s Cross, London

05-08-2021

Moxon Architects’ Esperance Bridge in King’s Cross, London

Commissioned by King's Cross and designed by Moxon Architects and Arup, the new Esperance Bridge, named by the children of a nearby school, is inspired by the area’s industrial past. The new infrastructure crosses Regent's Canal to link Pancras Square with the area’s shopping district, Coal Drops Yard and Granary Square, a classic symbol of London.

16 projects selected for the RIBA International Awards for Excellence 2021

28-07-2021

16 projects selected for the RIBA International Awards for Excellence 2021

A major modern art museum in Shanghai and a new entrance building and visitor centre to the Museum Island in Berlin, a pedestrian and cycle bridge through the heart of Copenhagen, a beautiful artists’ home in Sri Lanka, a new hospital where the healing power of nature becomes a central element: these are just a few of the sixteen architectures selected for the RIBA International Awards for Excellence 2021, the important biennial awards handed out by the Royal Institute of British Architects. In November, the winner of the RIBA International Prize 2021 will be selected from these sixteen finalist projects.

Waterloo City Farm, a Feilden Fowles project made of timber and sheet metal

02-07-2021

Waterloo City Farm, a Feilden Fowles project made of timber and sheet metal

Waterloo City Farm is a place in central London where office work, farming and livestock-raising are combined with schooling.

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