RIBA European Award

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RIBA European Awards are part of an award program by the Royal Institute of British Architects. Complemented by the RIBA National and International Awards, it rewards "the excellent work being done by RIBA members in the European Union outside the UK".[1] Awarded annually, it is given to a varying number of buildings. They are judged by the RIBA Awards Group, and winners are eligible for the Stirling Prize.[2]

Laureates[edit]

2013[edit]

RIBA European award winners in 2012 were:[3]

Building Location Architect Nationality
Frederiksberg Courthouse Copenhagen
 Denmark
3XN  Denmark
Sorø Art Museum Sorø
 Denmark
Lundgaard & Tranberg  Denmark
Pierresvives Montpellier
 France
Zaha Hadid Architects  United Kingdom
MBA Building, Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales Paris
 France
David Chipperfield Architects  United Kingdom
House on Mount Anville Dublin
> Ireland
Aughey O'Flaherty Architects > Ireland
University of Limerick Medical School and Pergola Bus Shelter Limerick
> Ireland
Grafton Architects > Ireland
Enzo Ferrari Museum Modena
 Italy
Shiro Studio  United Kingdom
Hoflaan House Rotterdam
 Netherlands
Maccreanor Lavington  Netherlands
Municipal Auditorium of Teulada Alicante
 Spain
Francisco Mangado y Asociados  Spain

2012[edit]

RIBA European award winners in 2012 were:[4]

Building Location Architect Nationality
Bilbao Arena Bilbao
 Spain
IDOM  United Kingdom
Centre Pompidou-Metz Metz
 France
Shigeru Ban  Japan
FCN 2009 Sicily
 Italy
Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo  Italy
H27D Konstanz
 Germany
Kraus Schoenberg  Germany
Las Arenas Barcelona
 Spain
Rogers Stirk Harbour  United Kingdom
Maison L near Paris
 France
Christian Pottgiesser  France
PJ Carroll Factory Wexford
 Ireland
Scott Tallon Walker  Ireland
Solid 11 Amsterdam
 Netherlands
Tony Fretton  United Kingdom
Wexford County Council Headquarters Wexford
 Ireland
Robin Lee  United Kingdom

2011[edit]

RIBA European award winners in 2011 were:[5]

Building Location Architect Nationality
Aviva Stadium Dublin
 Ireland
Scott Tallon Walker  Ireland
Bodegas Portia Ribera del Duero
 Spain
Foster and Partners  United Kingdom
De Prinsendam Amsterdam
 Netherlands
Tony Fretton  United Kingdom
Harbour Isle Apartments Copenhagen
 Denmark
Lundgaard & Tranberg  Denmark
Kaufhaus Tyrol Innsbruck
 Austria
David Chipperfield  United Kingdom
Middelfart Savings Bank Middelfart
 Denmark
3XN  Denmark
Museum Folkwang Essen
 Germany
David Chipperfield  United Kingdom
SEB Bank Copenhagen
 Denmark
Lundgaard & Tranberg  Denmark

2010[edit]

RIBA European award winners in 2010 were:[6]

Building Location Architect Nationality
A. P. Møller School Schleswig
 Germany
C. F. Møller Architects  Denmark
Neues Museum Berlin
 Germany
David Chipperfield Architects, Restoration Architect Julian Harrap Architects  United Kingdom
House at Spanish Cove Cork
 Ireland
Niall McLaughlin Architects  United Kingdom
VISUAL – Centre for Contemporary art & George Bernard Shaw Theatre Carlow
 Ireland
Terry Pawson Architects  United Kingdom
Alzheimers respite centre Dublin
 Ireland
Niall McLaughlin Architects  United Kingdom
MAXXI – National Museum of the 21st Century Arts Rome
 Italy
Zaha Hadid Architects  United Kingdom
British Embassy Warsaw Warsaw
 Poland
Tony Fretton Architects  United Kingdom
Campus Palmas Altas Seville
 Spain
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners  United Kingdom
Ciutat de la Justícia de Barcelona i l'Hospitalet de Llobregat Barcelona
 Spain
David Chipperfield Architects  United Kingdom

2009[edit]

Building Location Architect Nationality
Fuglsang Art Museum Lolland
 Denmark
Tony Fretton  United Kingdom
Zenith Saint-Étienne
 France
Foster + Partners  United Kingdom
Burren House Dublin
 Ireland
Niall McLaughlin Architects  United Kingdom
Wexford Opera House Wexford
 Ireland
Keith Williams Architects  United Kingdom
Hoogvliet Heerlijkhied Rotterdam
 Netherlands
FAT  United Kingdom
Bodegas Protos Ribera del Duero
 Spain
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners  United Kingdom

2008[edit]

RIBA European award winners in 2008 were:[7]

Building Location Architect Nationality
Am Kupfergraben Berlin
 Germany
David Chipperfield Architects  United Kingdom
Bijlmer Station Amsterdam
 Netherlands
Grimshaw/Arcadis  United Kingdom
BMW Welt Munich
 Germany
Coop Himmelb(l)au  Austria
Carabanchel Social Housing Madrid
 Spain
Foreign Office Architects  United Kingdom
Empire Riverside Hotel Hamburg
 Germany
David Chipperfield Architects  United Kingdom
The Living Bridge Limerick
 Ireland
Wilkinson Eyre Architects  United Kingdom
Lufthansa Aviation Centre Frankfurt
 Germany
David Chipperfield Architects  United Kingdom
Nordpark Cable Railway Innsbruck
 Austria
Zaha Hadid  United Kingdom
Royal Playhouse Copenhagen
 Denmark
Lundgaard & Tranberg  Denmark
The Sleeping Giant  Ireland O'Donnell Tuomey Architects  Ireland

2007[edit]

RIBA European award winners in 2007 were:[8]

Building Location Architect Nationality
Villa in the Var Bargemon
 France
Dixon Jones / Jean-Paul Radigois  United Kingdom/ France
Tietgenkollegiet Ørestad, Copenhagen
 Denmark
Lundgaard & Tranberg  Denmark
Cherry Orchard Primary School Dublin
 Ireland
O'Donnell & Tuomey  Ireland
Environmental Research Institute Cork
 Ireland
Bucholz McEvoy Architects  Ireland
Alsion Sønderborg
 Denmark
3XN Architects  Denmark
Casa da Musica Porto
 Portugal
OMA  Netherlands
Cork Institute of Technology Cork
 Ireland
De Blacam & Meagher Boyd Barrett Murphy-O’Connor Architects  Ireland
Sint Lucas Art Academy Boxtel
 Netherlands
Fashion Architecture Taste  United Kingdom
Cork City Council Civic Offices Cork
 Ireland
ABK Architects  United Kingdom
Museum of Modern Literature Marbach
 Germany
David Chipperfield Architects  United Kingdom
America's Cup Building Valencia
 Spain
David Chipperfield Architects  United Kingdom
Law Courts Antwerpen
 Belgium
Rogers, Stirk, Harbour + Partners  United Kingdom
Dresden Station Redevelopment Dresden
 Germany
Foster + Partners  United Kingdom

2006[edit]

RIBA European award winners in 2006 were:[9]

Building Location Architect Nationality
Aras Chill Dara Naas
 Ireland
Heneghan Peng  United Kingdom
Caixa Galicia Art Gallery La Coruña
 Spain
Grimshaw/Arcadis  United Kingdom
Federal Environmental Agency Dessau
 Germany
Sauerbruch Hutton  Germany
Kilen Copenhagen
 Denmark
Lundgaard & Tranberg  Denmark
New Area Terminal, Barajas Airport Madrid
 Spain
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners  United Kingdom
Phaeno Science Center Wolfsburg
 Germany
Zaha Hadid  United Kingdom
Poustinia Kilsheelan
 Ireland
Architects Bates Maher  Ireland
Frieder Burda Collection Museum Baden
 Germany
Richard Meyer  United States

2005[edit]

RIBA European award winners in 2005 were:[10]

Building Location Architect Nationality
Sampension Headquarters Copenhagen
 Denmark
3XN Architects  Denmark
Millau Viaduct Millau
 France
Foster + Partners  United Kingdom
BMW Central Building Leipzig
 Germany
Zaha Hadid  United Kingdom
Entory Home Ettlingen
 Germany
Behnisch, Behnisch + Partner  Germany
Fire & Police Station Berlin
 Germany
Sauerbruch Hutton  Germany
Athlone Civic Centre Athlone
 Ireland
Keith Williams Architects  United Kingdom
Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown
 Ireland
A&D Weichent Architects  Ireland
SAP Galway Parkmore East
 Ireland
Bucholz McEvoy Architects  Ireland
Sheltered Housing & Hostel Gorey
 Ireland
Paul Keogh Architects  Ireland
Wheatfield Courtyard County Dublin
 Ireland
David McDowell  Ireland
Max Mara Headquarters Reggio Emilia
 Italy
John McAslan + Partners  United Kingdom
South-East Coastal Path Barcelona
 Spain
Foreign Office Architects  United Kingdom
Museum of World Culture Gothenburg
 Sweden
Brisac Gonzalez Architects  United Kingdom
Café Mangiarebere Wine Bar Catania
 Italy
Studio Maria Giuseppina/Grasso Cannizzo  Italy

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "RIBA European Awards". RIBA. Retrieved 2009-09-21. 
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  6. ^ "2010 RIBA Award Winners Announced". Bustler. Retrieved 2010-05-28. 
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