RIBA International Award

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RIBA International Awards are part of an awards program operated by the Royal Institute of British Architects, also encompassing the Stirling Prize and the European Award.The RIBA International Award rewards "the excellent work being done by RIBA members around the world".[1] They are awarded annually to a varying number of buildings.

The shortlist for the Lubetkin Prize is made up of the winners of the RIBA International Awards.[2]

Laureates[edit]

2011[edit]

RIBA International award winners in 2011 were:[3]

Building Location Architect Nationality
Masdar Institute Masdar City, Abu Dhabi
 United Arab Emirates
Foster and Partners  United Kingdom
Brain and Mind Research Unit - Youth Mental Health Building University Sydney
 Australia
BVN Architecture  Australia
Guangzhou Opera House Guangzhou
 China
Zaha Hadid Architects  United Kingdom
Iron Market Port-au-Prince
 Haiti
John McAslan + Partners  United Kingdom
Alila Villas Uluwatu Bali
 Indonesia
WOHA  Singapore
Stanislavsky Factory Moscow
 Russia
John McAslan + Partners  United Kingdom
School of the Arts  Singapore WOHA  Singapore
Galleria Centercity Department Store Cheonan
 South Korea
UNStudio  Netherlands
Laboratory Building Basel
  Switzerland
David Chipperfield Architects  United Kingdom
Loft Gardens Istanbul
 Turkey
Tabanlioglu Architects  Turkey
Boston Museum of Fine Arts Boston
 United States
Foster and Partners  United Kingdom
North College, Rice University Houston
 United States
Hopkins Architects  United Kingdom
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Richmond
 United States
Rick Mather Architects  United Kingdom

2010[edit]

RIBA International award winners in 2010 were:[4]

Building Location Architect Nationality
Spanish 2010 EXPO Pavilion Shanghai
 China
EMBT  Spain
UK 2010 EXPO Pavilion Shanghai
 China
Thomas Heatherwick Studios  United Kingdom
Herning Museum of Contemporary Art Herning
 Denmark
Steven Holl Architects  United States
Unilever Headquarters, Hamburg
 Germany
Behnisch Architekten  Germany
Timberyard Social Housing Dublin
 Ireland
O'Donnell & Tuomey  Ireland
Bras Basah MRT Station Singapore
 Singapore
WOHA  Singapore
The Met Bangkok
 Thailand
WOHA  Singapore
Anchorage Museum Anchorage
 United States
David Chipperfield Architects  United Kingdom
Kroon Hall, School of Forestry & Environmental Studies Yale University New Haven
 United States
Hopkins Architects  United Kingdom
Winspear Opera House Dallas
 United States
Foster and Partners  United Kingdom
Carrasco International Airport Montevideo
 Uruguay
Rafael Vinoly Architects  Uruguay/ United States
Villalagos  Uruguay Kallosturin  United Kingdom

2009[edit]

RIBA International award winners in 2009 were:[5]

Building Location Architect Nationality
Beijing Station Beijing
 China
Farrell and Partners/Design Institute  United Kingdom/ China
Ching Fu Shipbuilding Kaohsiung
 Taiwan
Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners  United Kingdom
Beijing National Stadium Beijing
 China
Herzog & de Meuron/China Architectural Design & Research Group   Switzerland/ China
Beijing Airport Terminal 3 Beijing
 China
Foster + Partners  United Kingdom
Cocoon Zürich
  Switzerland
Camenzind Evolution   Switzerland
Saxo Bank Headquarters Copenhagen
 Denmark
3XN Architects  Denmark
Nine Tree Village Hangzhou
 China
David Chipperfield  United Kingdom
European Investment Bank Luxemburg
 Luxembourg
Ingenhoven Architects  Germany
Museum Brandhorst Munich
 Germany
Annette Kisling  Germany
Alto Vetro Tower Dublin
 Ireland
Shay Cleary Architects  Ireland
British High Commission Colombo
 Sri Lanka
Richard Murphy Architects  United Kingdom
Northern Arizona University Flagstaff
 United States
Hopkins Architects  United Kingdom
Maosi Primary School Qingyang
 China
Professor Edward Ng, School of Architecture, Chinese University of Hong Kong  Hong Kong
The Water Cube Beijing
 China
PTW Architects/China State Construction Engineering Corp/China State Construction Engineering Corp/Arup  Australia/ China/ United Kingdom
Sean O'Casey Centre Dublin
 Ireland
O'Donnell & Tuomey  Ireland

2008[edit]

RIBA International award winners in 2008 were:[6]

Building Location Architect Nationality
Akron Art Museum Akron
 United States
Coop Himmelb(l)au  Austria
Casa Kike Cahuita
Bandera de la Provincia de Limón.svgCosta Rica
Gianni Botsford Architects  United States
Denver Art Museum Denver
 United States
Adjaye Associates  United Kingdom
Gardiner Museum Toronto
 Canada
Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects  Canada
British High Commission Kampala
 Uganda
FAT  United Kingdom

2007[edit]

RIBA International award winners in 2007 were:[7]

Building Location Architect Nationality
Residence at the Swiss Embassy Washington, D.C.
 United States
Steven Holl Architects  United States
School of Art and Art History, University of Iowa Iowa City
 United States
Steven Holl Architects  United States
L5 Building, University of New South Wales Sydney
 Australia
Bligh Voller Nield  Australia
Edith Cowan University Perth
 Australia
Jones Coulter Young Architects  Australia
Empire Riverside Hotel Sana'a
 Yemen
Design Engine Architects  United Kingdom
Des Moines Public Library Des Moines
 United States
David Chipperfield Architects  United Kingdom
Hearst Tower New York City
 United States
Foster + Partners  United Kingdom

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "RIBA International Awards". RIBA. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 
  2. ^ RIBA Lubetkin Prize website
  3. ^ "RIBA International Award winners 2011 announced". May 19, 2011. RIBA. Retrieved 24 May 2011. 
  4. ^ "RIBA International Awards Winners Announced". RIBA. Retrieved 2010-05-28. 
  5. ^ "2009 winners". RIBA. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 
  6. ^ "Winners 2008". RIBA. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 
  7. ^ "Winners 2007". RIBA. 2013. Retrieved 11 June 2013.