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Friday, February 28, 2020

Six finalists for RIBA Stirling Prize 2013

The Royal Institute of British Architects has announced its shortlist for the Stirling Prize, an award the RIBA has since 1996 given annually to the best European building by a British author. The finalists are: phase one of the Park Hill apartments in Sheffield, by Hawkins/Brown with Egret West; the restoration of Astley Castle in Warwickshire, by Witherford Watson Mann; the Bishop Edward King Chapel in Oxfordshire, by Niall McLaughlin; the Giant’s Causeway Visitor Center in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, by Heneghan Peng; the medical school of the University of Limerick, by Grafton Architects; and the Newhall Be residential development in Harlow, by Alison Brooks. The winner of the prize, which comes with a cash award of 20,000 pounds, will be announced on 26 September.
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