Vectorworks Users Make Shortlist for RIBA's Inaugural International Prize for Architecture

Posted by Hannah Force on 5/16/16 11:57 AM  |  2 min read time

In its inaugural year, the Royal Institute of British Architects’ (RIBA) International Prize for Architecture recognizes the most significant building of the year that demonstrates visionary, innovative thinking and excellence of execution, while making a distinct contribution to its users and to its physical context. Unlike any previous RIBA award for architecture, the RIBA International Prize is open to any qualified architect in the world.

With hundreds of entries from 50 countries, RIBA recently announced the shortlisted buildings for the prize. We’re ecstatic to see some Vectorworks users gracing the top 30 projects, which range from large urban infrastructure schemes, private residential projects, and cultural destinations to civic spaces, academic buildings, and places of worship. Best of luck to our superstar users: Studio Andreas Heller Architects & Designers, dRMM Architects, Agence d’architecture Philippe Prost (AAPP), Peter Stutchbury Architecture, and Neutelings Riedijk Architects. Check out their work below.

European Hansemuseum in Lübeck, Germany by Studio Andreas Heller Architects & Designers

dRMM Architects Rundeskogen in Stavanger, Norway by dRMM Architects/Helen and Hard Architects

AAAP The Ring of Remembrance, International WWI Memorial of Notre-Dame-de-Lorette in Albain-Saint-Nazaire, France by Agence d’Architecture Philippe Prost (AAPP)

Peter Stutchbury Invisible House in Hampton, Australia by Peter Stutchbury Architecture

Culture House Rozet in Arnhem, Netherlands by Neutelings Riedijk Architects

The RIBA awards committee will visit the shortlisted projects this summer to narrow the list down to the top 20, which the Grand Jury will tour and subsequently choose six finalists this autumn. The winner of the first RIBA International Prize will be announced in December 2016.

The Grand Jury is chaired by Richard Rogers of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. Fellow jurors include Billie Tsien, founding partner of New York-based Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects | Partners, Kunlé Adeyemi, founder and principal of NLÉ, Marilyn Jordan Taylor, FAIA, the dean of architecture at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Fine Arts, and Philip Gumuchdjian, founder of Gumuchdjian Architects and Chair of RIBA Awards.

You can learn more about RIBA's International Prize here.

Topics: AAAP, Architecture, Billie Tsien, International WWI Memorial, Marilyn Jordan Taylor, Neutelings Riedijk Architects, Philip Gumuchdjian, RIBA, RIBA awards committee, RIBA International Prize, RIBA Shortlisted Buildings, Richard Rogers, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, Royal Institute of British Architects, Studio Andreas Heller Architects & Designers, The Ring of Remembrance, Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects | Partners, awards, Culture House Rozet, dRMM Architects, European Hansemuseum, gence d’architecture Philippe Prost, Gumuchdjian Architects, Invisible House, Kunlé Adeyemi, NLÉ, Peter Stutchbury Architecture, University of Pennsylvania’s School of Fine Arts

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