RIBA 2010 Award winners
Royal Institute of British Architects announced that 102 buildings have been given for the 2010 Awards. These buildings, lying in the UK in 1993 and nine in the entire European Union, including six who has been nominated for the Stirling prize.
Projects are varied and have included winning a small circular room for bus driver in London, an art museum in Berlin, zero-carbon homes, and even power plants for the Olympics in 2012. An additional feature RIBA prize this year has been a public space category that includes flags and monuments.
Some architects are some winners, and the largest number of RIBA prize went to Rick Mather Architects (four awards). Many of the leading architects in the United Kingdom this year awarded for their work outside the United Kingdom with Zaha Hadid, David Chipperfield, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and Tony Fretton all won the RIBA for buildings in the European Union.
RIBA President Ruth Reed said: “RIBA price not only reflects the state of British architecture, but is also economical.
In the middle of the worst recession in 45 years RIBA Awards, the winners of this year showed that, although it can sometimes be difficult for architects, there is still building in the development of the country and abroad.
Price RIBA always provide opportunities for small projects such as jewelry and practice are not clear to shine through this year is no exception. Far from the price of size, price RIBA is a building that adds value to life society. I’m looking forward to the S-pull RIBA Stirling Prize.
source : archdialy