RIBA National Awards: the 29 best British buildings for 2022

Among the winners there are buildings of different scales and typologies, but united by sustainability, innovation, and attention to the community.

The list of the 29 winners of the 2022 RIBA National Awards spans projects in many parts of the Uk, with different scales and typologies: such as a net-zero-carbon office building in the City of London (100 Liverpool Street); the UK’s first secondary school to achieve Passivhaus eco status (Harris Academy Sutton); a remodeled London landmark (BFI Riverfront); a redesign of a traditional village pub in North Yorkshire (The Alice Hawthorn); and many homes (House at Lough Beg in Northern Ireland).

RIBA president Simon Allford says: “At a time when we need to bring people together and plan for a sustainable future, this year’s RIBA National Award-winning buildings offer much hope. This is a powerful collection of buildings that show, despite the economic, political, and social turmoil of the last few years, how great architecture can emerge even in challenging conditions. […] I’m very pleased to see new and innovative solutions to meet the ever-growing demand for high-quality, energy-efficient homes, showing what can be achieved by forward-thinking clients”.

RIBA National Awards 2022:
Harris Academy, Sutton by Architype (London), Hawley Wharf by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (London), High Sunderland by Loader Monteith (Scotland), House at Lough Beg by McGonigle McGrath (Northern Ireland), Ibstock Place School Refectory by Maccreanor Lavington (London), Kiln Place by Peter Barber Architects (London), LB Southwark SILS3 by Tim Ronalds Architects (London), Lovedon Fields by John Pardey Architects (South), Magdalene College Library by Niall McLaughlin Architects (East), Masters Field Development by Niall McLaughlin Architects (South), Orchard Gardens, Elephant Park by Panter Hudspith Architects (London), Quarry Studios by Moxon Architects (Scotland), Sands End Arts and Community Centre by Mæ Architects (London), St. John's Church, Hackney by Thomas Ford & Partners (London), Suffolk Cottage by Haysom Ward Miller Architects (East), Surbiton Springs by Surman Weston (London), Sutton Hoo by Nissen Richards Studio (East), Alice Hawthorn by De Matos Ryan (Yorkshire), The Fratry by Feilden Fowles (Northwest), Skinners' School's Mitchell Building by Bell Phillips Architects (Southeast), The Parchment Factory by Will Gamble Architects (East Midlands), Winsford Cottage Hospital by benjamin+beauchamp architects (Southwest)

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