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Building Stories - 2022 RIBA

On the 21st September at London's RIBA and the 4th October at the Everyman Cinema in Leeds, the architects shortlisted for the 2022 RIBA Stirling Prize will reveal the stories behind their buildings, what inspires them, and what it would mean to win the UK’s most prestigious architecture prize.  

The six shortlisted projects are:  

  • 100 Liverpool Street, Hopkins Architects  
  • Forth Valley College – Falkirk Campus, Reiach and Hall Architects  
  • Hackney New Primary School and 333 Kingsland Road, Henley Halebrown  
  • Orchard Gardens, Elephant Park, Panter Hudspith Architects  
  • Sands End Arts and Community Centre, Mæ Architects  
  • The New Library, Magdalene College, Niall McLaughlin Architects  

The architects behind the six shortlisted buildings will give brief presentations, followed by a panel discussion and a live Q&A with the audience.  Talking on behalf of our pratice to present the New Library, Magdalene College will be Claire McMenamin and Tim Allen-Booth. You can watch the RIBA London event here. 



Indian Institute or Architects Lecture

On the 22nd September Níall will be giving the Keynote Speech for the Indian Institute or Architects Northen Regional Conference in New Delhi. Niall will talk about his practice involved in placing modern new buildings in highly sensitive historic settings. He will show how modern architects can enter into a dialogue with history to create a sense of architecture as a representation of continuity in time. He will discuss the new focus on materials with low embodied carbon, like wood and stone, as a response to the Climate Emergency.


JULY 2022

Stirling Prize Shortlist

We are delighted that the New Library for Magdalene College has been shortlisted for this years Stirling Prize. Also on the list are 100 Liverpool Street by Hopkins Architects, Forth Valley College – Falkirk Campus by Reiach and Hall Architects, Hackney New Primary School and 333 Kingsland Road by Henley Halebrown, Orchard Gardens by Panter Hudspith Architects and Sands End Arts and Community Centre by Mae Architects. The winner will be announced in October.