Seventeen projects shortlisted for RIBA architectural awards

Gainsborough's House Museum, Sudbury, SuffolkImage source, Jack Hobhouse
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Gainsborough’s House Museum in Sudbury, Suffolk, is among those shortlisted for architecture awards

Seventeen projects across the East of England have been shortlisted for this year’s RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) awards for the region.

The RIBA East Awards 2024 celebrate architecture that creates “characterful places of lasting value”.

Nominations include buildings in Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.

Those on the shortlist will be visited by a regional jury, and the winners will be announced this spring.

The winners of regional awards will then be considered for several RIBA Special Awards, including the RIBA Sustainability Award and RIBA Building of the Year, before being considered for the National Award, which will be announced in the summer.

Chairman of RIBA East’s jury, Gavin Henderson, said: “The diverse range of projects shortlisted this year reflects the breadth of architectural talent and the ambition of clients working across the region.”

The full list of nominations for the RIBA East Awards 2024 is below:

Bailey Studios, Cambridge, by Ashworth Parkes Architects

Image source, Matthew Smith

Beechwood Village, Basildon, Essex, by Pollard Thomas Edwards

Image source, Nick Kane

Bluebird, in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, by SKArchitects

Image source, Billy Haynes

Creek Cabin, Southwold, Suffolk, by MAP Architecture

Image source, David Valinsky

Dining Hall at Homerton College, Cambridge, by Feilden Fowles Architects

Image source, Jim Stephenson

Freeholders, Wells next-the-Sea, North Norfolk, by Mole Architects

Image source, Nick Guttridge

Gainsborough’s House Museum, Sudbury, Suffolk, by ZMMA

Image source, Jack Hobhouse

John Bradfield Court, Cambridge, by Allies and Morrison

Image source, Jack Hobhouse

King’s College, Stephen Taylor Court, Cambridge, by Fielden Clegg Bradley Studios

Image source, James Newton

Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge, by R H Partnership Architects

Image source, Nick Guttridge

Pepper Pot House, north Norfolk, by Ashworth Parkes Architects

Image source, Matthew Smith
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Pepper Pot House in north Norfolk is in the running

Image source, Nick Kane
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The WongAvery music gallery is at Trinity Hall in Cambridge

The Little Big House, Hertfordshire, by Knox Bhavan

Image source, Edmund Sumner

Meadow House, Ingatestone, Essex, by Ström Architects

Image source, Helena Lee

University of Cambridge West Hub, Cambridge, by Jestico + Whiles

Image source, Stale Eriksen

The Little Big House, Hertfordshire, by Knox Bhavan

Image source, Edward Sumner

51-53 Argyle Street, Cambridge, by Borough Architects

Image source, Richard Fraser Photography

St Catherine’s College, Cambridge, by Gort Scott

Image source, Jim Stephenson

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