Buildings nominated for the Royal Institute of British Architects 2016

For the first time in the history of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), an organization associating architects in Great Britain, the selection of the best building of the year will be on a global scale.

In December, the winner will be announced from among the nominated 30 buildings from 20 countries.
The winner will be a project that will be the most interesting, the most innovative, revealing and perfectly made.

The jury, in addition to the leading Richard Rogers, will also include Billie Tsien, Kunlé Adeyemi, Philip Gumuchdjian and Marilyn Jordan Taylor.

The Royal Institute of British Architects are associations founded in 1834 (originally under the name Institute of British Architects in London), currently has over 44 thousand members, and its headquarters is in London.

The full list of 30 buildings nominated by RIBA is:




Heydar Aliyev Center.
Zaha Hadid Architects. 2012, Baku, Azerbaijan (photo: Hufton + Crow)



PARK ROYAL on Pickering.
WOHA Architects Pte Ltd. Singapore (photo Patrick Bingham Hall)



Culture House Rozet.
Neutelings Riedijk Architects. 2013, Arnhem, the Netherlands (photo: Scagliola Brakee)



Jockey Club Innovation Tower.
Zaha Hadid Architects. 2014, Hong Kong, China (photo by Iwan Baan)



Invisible House.
Peter Stutchbury Architecture. Hampton, Australia (photo: Michael Nicholson)



VIA at West 57th.
BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group). 2016, Nowy Jork, USA (fot. Nic Lehoux)



Dlr Lexicon.
Carr Cotter & Naessens. 2014, Dún Laoghaire Co. Dublin, Irlandia (fot. Dennis Gilbert)



Rundeskogen.
dRMM Architects, Helen and Hard Architects. 2013, Stavanger, Norwegia (fot. Alex de Rijke)



Oita Prefecture Art Museum.
Shigeru Ban Architects. 2014, Oita, Japonia (fot. Hiroyuki Hirai)



Fulton Center.
Grimshaw, HDR, Page Ayres Cowley Architects. Nowy Jork, USA (fot. James Ewing)



Tula House.
Patkau Architects. 2015, Heriot Bay, Quadra Island, Kanada (fot. James Dow)



Public Library of Constitucion.
Sebastian Irarrazaval Arquitectos. 2015, Constitucion, Chile (fot. Felipe Diaz)



Buenos Aires Ciudad Casa de Gobierno.
Foster + Partners. 2015, Buenos Aires, Argentyna (fot. Nigel Young)



Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies.
Mangera Yvars Architects Ltd. 2015, Doha, Katar (fot. Qatar Foundation)



Saint Louis Art Museum.
David Chipperfield Architects. 2013, St Louis, USA (fot. Simon Menges)



The Ring of Remembrance, International WWI Memorial of Notre-Dame-de-Lorette.
Agence d'architecture Philippe Prost. Ablain-Saint-Nazaire, Francja (fot. Aitor Ortiz)



Office Building, Moganshan Road.
David Chipperfield Architects. Hangshou, Chiny (fot. Simon Menges)


SkyTerrace.
SCDA Architects Pte Ltd. 2015, Singapur (fot. Aaron Pocock)



St Angela's College Cork.
O'Donnell + Tuomey. 2015, Cork, Irlandia (fot. Alice Clancy)



Stormen Concert Hall, Theatre and Public Library.
DRDH Architects. Bodø, Norwegia (fot. David Grandorge)



UTEC.
Grafton Architects. 2015, Lima, Peru (fot. Iwan Baan)


Europaallee Baufeld E.
Caruso St John Architects. 2013, Zurich, Szwajcaria (fot. Georg Aerni)



Andong Hospital.
Rural Urban Framework. 2013, Baojing County, Chiny (fot. Jose Campos)



Fine Arts Museum of Asturias.
Francisco Mangado, Mangado y Asociados. 2015. Oviedo, Hiszpania (fot. Pedro Pregenaute)



Museo Jumex.
David Chipperfield Architects. 2013, Meksyk, Meksyk (fot. Simon Menges)



Sancaklar Mosque.
Emre Arolat Architects. 2012, Büyükçekmece, Turcja (fot. Cemal Emden)



Arquipelago Contemporary Arts Centre.
Menos é Mais Arquitectos Associados. 2015, Ribeira Grande, Portugalia (fot. Jose Campos)



European Hansemuseum.
Studio Andreas Heller Architects & Designers. 2015, Lubeka, Niemcy (fot. Werner Huthmacher)



Farming Kindergarten.
Vo Trong Nghia Architects. 2013, Bien Hoa City, Wietnam (fot. Hiroyuki Oki)



Saint Trinitatis Catholic Church.
Schulz und Schulz. 2015, Lipsk, Niemcy (fot. Simon Menges)
Buildings nominated for the Royal Institute of British Architects 2016
24/05/2016     Wojciech Andruszkiewicz

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