RIBA Announces 2017 Stirling Prize Shortlist

The British Museum World Conservation and Exhibitions Center in London. Image courtesy Joas Souza.

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has revealed its six-firm shortlist for the 22nd Stirling Prize. The U.K.’s most prestigious architecture honor, the prize will be bestowed on October 31 at the Roundhouse in London. The list was assembled based on the 49 winners of the RIBA national awards, which were announced last month.

The shortlisted firms and projects are:

Barretts Grove (Stoke Newington, London)

Groupwork + Amin Taha


Barretts Grove. Image courtesy Tim Soar.

The British Museum World Conservation and Exhibitions Center (London)
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners


The British Museum World Conservation and Exhibitions Center. Image courtesy Paul Raftery.

City of Glasgow College – City Campus

Reiach and Hall Architects and Michael Laird Architects


City of Glasgow College – City Campus. Image courtesy Keith Hunter.

Command of the Oceans (Kent, England)

Baynes and Mitchell Architects


Command of the Oceans. Image courtesy Hélène Binet.

Hastings Pier (Sussex, England)
dRMM Architects


Hastings Pier. Image courtesy Alex de Rijke.

Photography Studio for Juergen Teller (London)
6a architects


Photography Studio for Juregen Teller. Image courtesy Johan Dehlin.