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Last edited 19 Jul 2018
RIBA Stirling Prize 2017
© Alex de Rijke
Originally built in 1872, Hastings Pier was closed in 2008 and badly damaged by a serious fire in 2010. The redevelopment, by the London-based firm, took more than two years and involved turning the former pavilion into a restaurant and bar.
Derbyshire also praised Hastings' locals for finding 3,000 shareholders to buy £100 stakes in "the people's pier".
© Alex de Rijke
The five other shortlisted projects were as follows:
 Barretts Grove
by Amin Taha + Groupwork
© Timothy Soar
 City of Glasgow College - City Campus
© Keith Hunter
 Command of the Oceans
by Baynes and Mitchell Architects
© Hélène Binet
 Photography Studio for Juergen Teller
by 6a architects
© Johan Dehlin
© Joas Souza
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