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Annunciati i vincitori dei premi RIBA 2006

di Cecilia Di Marzo

Conclusi il RIBA Awards 2006 e il RIBA European Awards

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30/06/2006 – Lo scorso 23 giugno, durante la serata conclusiva della “Architecture Week 2006” a Londra, sono stati annunciati i vincitori dei premi indetti dal RIBA - Royal Institute of British Architects e dedicati alle architetture che contribuiscono allo sviluppo locale in Inghilterra ( RIBA Awards ) e nell’Unione Europea ( RIBA European Awards ). I progetti premiati non appartengono solo a grandi nomi dello scenario architettonico internazionale, ma anche a giovani architetti emergenti. I 62 vincitori del RIBA Award (54 in UK e 8 nella UE) costituiscono la lunga lista dei candidati al prestigioso premio RIBA Stirling Prize organizzato con la collaborazione di The Architects’ Journal e conferito al progettista dell’edificio più significativo per lo sviluppo architettonico dell’anno precedente, che sarà consegnato il prossimo 14 ottobre. Durante la cerimonia altri 10 edifici internazionali riceveranno il RIBA International Award , in collaborazione con The Architectural Review, e sarà annunciato il vincitore del Lubetkin Prize 2006 . Ecco la lista completa dei vincitori: Scotland 1. JKS Workshops, Glasgow by Gordon Murray + Alan Dunlop Architects 2. Maggie’s Highlands Cancer Caring Centre, Inverness by Page/Park Architects 3. The Saltire Centre, Glasgow Caledonian University, by Building Design Partnership Northern Ireland 4. The Arches Centre Health and Care for East Belfast, by Penoyre & Prasad LLP in partnership with Todd Architects 5. Triplicate – Office Fit-Out, Belfast by Hackett + Hall North West 6. Lymm Water Tower, Cheshire by Ellis Williams Architects 7. moho, Castlefield, Manchester by shedkm 8. Research Area Facility, AstraZeneca, Macclesfield, Cheshire by Amec Design & project services Yorkshire 9. ARC, Hull by Niall McLaughlin Architects 10. Broughton Hall Pavilion, Skipton by Hopkins Architects 11. Underground Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park by Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects Wales 12. National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff, by Richard Rogers Partnership 13. National Waterfront Museum, Swansea by Wilkinson Eyre Architects West Midlands 14. The Spiral Café, Birmingham by Marks Barfield Architects East Midlands 15. The Collection, City and County Museum, Lincoln by Panter Hudspith Architects 16. Northampton Academy, Northampton by Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects 17. Visitor Centre, Attenborough Nature Reserve, Nottingham by Groundworks Architects LLP East 18. Holly Barn, Norfolk by Knox Bhavan Architects LLP 19. Girton College Library and Archive, Cambridge by Allies and Morrison South West 20. Brewhouse and Clarence Buildings, Royal William Yard, Plymouth by Acanthus Ferguson Mann Architects with Gilmore Hankey Kirke 21. The Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Riverside Mill, Bovey Tracey TQ13 by Softroom Wessex 22. Blaise Castle Estate Café, Bristol by CODA Architects 23. The Egg, Bath, by Haworth Tompkins 24. Heelis, The Central Office for The National Trust, Swindon by Feilden Clegg Bradley South 25. New terminal / operations building, TAG Farnborough Airport, Hampshire by Reid Architecture 26. New teaching and administration buildings, Bedales School, Hampshire by Walters and Cohen 27. Pinions Barn, Buckinghamshire by Simon Conder Associates 28. St Catherine’s College, Oxford by Hodder Associates 29. Senior Common Room, St John’s College, Oxford by MacCormac Jamieson Prichard South East 30. Esher House, Surrey by Wilkinson King Architects 31. Harbour Meadow, West Sussex, by Avanti Architects Ltd 32. The Menuhin Hall, The Yehudi Menuhin School, Stoke D'Abernon, Surrey by Burrell Foley Fischer LLP London 33. Brick House, W2 by Caruso St John Architects 34. Christ Church Spitalfields, E1 by Purcell Miller Tritton 35. The Davies Alpine House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew by Wilkinson Eyre Architects 36. Donnybrook Quarter, E3 by Peter Barber Architects 37. Evelina Children’s Hospital, SE1 by Hopkins Architects 38. Gagosian Gallery, Brittania Street, WC1 by Caruso St John Architects 39. House and Studio, Deptford by DSDHA 40. Idea Store Whitechapel, E1 by Adjaye/Associates 41. Institute of Cell + Molecular Science, The Blizard Building, Barts and the London Queen Mary's School of Medicine and Dentistry, E1 by Alsop Design Ltd + Amec Design + Management 42. John Perry Children’s Centre and Nursery, RM10 by DSDHA 43. Light House, W11 by Gianni Botsford Architects Ltd 44. Lock-keeper’s Graduate Centre, E1 by Surface Architects 45. National Gallery London East Wing and Central Portico Phase 1, WC2 by Dixon Jones Ltd with Purcell Miller Tritton 46. National Police Memorial, SW1 by Foster and Partners 47. New classrooms at Hallfield School, W2 by Caruso St John Architects 48. Newington Green Student Housing, N16 by Haworth Tompkins 49. Nile Street, N1 by Munkenbeck & Marshall Urbanism Limited 50. Parliament Hill School, NW5 by Haverstock Associates 51. Siobhan Davies Studio, SE1 by Sarah Wigglesworth Architects 52. UCL – School of Slavonic and East European Studies, WC1 by Short and Associates 53. Unicorn Theatre, SE1 by Keith Williams Architects 54. Wrap House, W4 by Alison Brooks Architects Europa 1. Kilen, Frederiksberg, Denmark by Lundgaard & Tranberg Architektfirma A/S 2. The Federal Environmental Agency, Dessau, Germany by sauerbruch hutton architects 3. The Frieder Burda Museum, Baden Baden, Germany by Richard Meier & Partners 4. Phaeno Science Centre, Wolfsburg, Germany by Zaha Hadid Architects and Mayer Baehrle Freie Architekten BDA, Germany 5. Áras Chill Dara, Devoy Park, Naas, Co. Kildare, Ireland by heneghan.peng architects in association with Arthur Gibney & Partners 6. Poustinia, Kilsheelan, Ireland by Bates Maher 7. Caixa Galicia Art Gallery, La Coruña, Spain by Grimshaw 8. New Area Terminal, Barajas Airport, Madrid, Spain by Richard Rogers Partnership I dieci vincitori dell’ RIBA International Award sono: 1. 173-176 Perry Street, New York, United States by Richard Meier & Partners 2. A Bridge in Maosi Village, China by Department of Architecture, Chinese University of Hong Kong 3. British Council, Lagos, Nigeria by Allies and Morrison 4. Canadian War Museum, Ottawa, Canada by Moriyama and Teshima Architects / Griffiths Rankin Cook Architects in joint venture 5. Dulnyouk Publishers, South Korea by Foreign Office Architects 6. Kasetlett School, Oslo, Norway - div.A arkitekter as 7. Red Location Museum of the People's Struggle, New Brighton, South Africa by Noero Wolff Architects 8. Terrence Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research, Toronto, Canada by Behnisch Architekten with architects Alliance 9. The Wohl Centre, Israel by Studio Daniel Libeskind with architects The Heder Partnership 10. Zürich Airport, Switzerland by Grimshaw I candidati al Lubetkin Prize sono il Canadian War Museum, il Red Location Museum for the People’s Struggle e il Terrence Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research.
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