kb-network    News 24 May 2017
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Meet the winners from the 2017 RIBA South-West regional awards ceremony…

The 2017 RIBA South-West regional awards officially took place last night and celebrated a host of fantastic architectural projects and designers’ achievements from the past year.

 

Winners of the RIBA South-West award included…

 

Living Systems Institute, University of Exeter, by Hawkins Brown

Hill House by Mike Keys and Anne Claxton

Cob Corner by David Sheppard Architects

Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) Design Studios by DE Architects

Private House in Devon by Stan Bolt Architects

Houseboat by Mole Architects and Rebecca Granger Architects

Wolfson Tree Management Centre by Invisible Studio

The Miner’s Cottages by Design Storey

New Music Facilities at Wells Cathedral School by Eric Parry Architects (pictured)

Woodsman’s Treehouse by Brownlie Ernst & Marks

Stihl Treetop Walkway by Glenn Howells

Studio by David Sheppard Architects

The Quest by Strom Architects

Dyson Campus Expansion by WilkinsonEyre

 

Additional specialist awards included…

 

Conservation Award: The Miner’s Cottages by Design Storey

Sustainability Award, sponsored by Geberit: Wolfson Tree Management Centre by Invisible Studio

Small Project of the Year: Woodsman’s Treehouse by Brownlie Ernst & Marks

Client of the Year, sponsored by Tobermore: Forestry Commission

Project Architect of the Year, sponsored by Taylor Maxwell Co.: Magnus Strom of Strom Architects

Building of the Year, sponsored by Marley Eternit: New Music Facilities at Wells Cathedral School by Eric Parry Architects

 

 

Congratulations to all the evening’s winners, as well as the record-breaking 19 shortlisted contenders, from all of us here at kb-network!

RIBA South-West | architecture.com