Stephen Lawrence

In loving memory of Stephen Lawrence (an 18-year-old young man who aspired to become an Architect but became the victim of racial murder in 1993), the RIBA established an annual architectural award. This award will be claimed by “the best examples of projects that have a construction budget of less than £1 million” as a way of encouraging upcoming architects to design economically friendly masterpieces.

The short list features the following buildings:

1. Acoustic Shells, West Sussex by Flanagan Lawrence

photography by: Flanagan Lawrence

photography by: Flanagan Lawrence

2. Ancient Party Barn, Kent by Liddicoat & Goldhill LLP

courtesy of  LIDDICOAT & GOLDHILL.photography by: Keith Collie

courtesy of LIDDICOAT & GOLDHILL.photography by: Keith Collie

3. Brighton Waste House, East Sussex by BBM Sustainable Design Ltd 

courtesy of  BBM SUSTAINABLE DESIGN LTD, photography by: The University of Brighton

courtesy of BBM SUSTAINABLE DESIGN LTD, photography by: The University of Brighton

4. Dundon Passivhaus, Somerset by Prewett Bizley Architects 

courtesy of  PREWETT BIZLEY ARCHITECTS, photography by: Graham Bizley

courtesy of PREWETT BIZLEY ARCHITECTS, photography by: Graham Bizley

5. The Fishing Hut, Hampshire by Niall McLaughlin Architects

photography by:  NIALL MCLAUGHLIN ARCHITECTS

photography by: NIALL MCLAUGHLIN ARCHITECTS

6. Myrtle Cottage Garden Studio, Wiltshire by Stonewood Design

courtesy of  GARDEN STUDIO, photography by: Jo Chambers

courtesy of GARDEN STUDIO, photography by: Jo Chambers

7. Pear Tree House, London by Edgley Design

photography by:  Nicholas Worley

photography by: Nicholas Worley

by: D’zyna Eni

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