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Last edited 11 Oct 2018
RIBA Stirling Prize 2018
© Aaron Hargreaves
The sandstone Bloomberg office building is situated between St. Paul's Cathedral and the Bank of England, and is the highest-rated BREEAM building to date. Built by Sir Robert McAlpine, it incorporates a covered walkway around the perimeter, as well as a new street which carves the building into two blocks connected by bridges.
The other shortlisted projects were as follows:
 Bushey Cemetery
by Waugh Thistleton Architects
© Lewis Khan
 Chadwick Hall
by Henley Halebrown
© Nick Kane
Set in the grounds of the Georgian grade II* listed Downshire House, three new buildings provide 210 en-suite student bedrooms. Each has a distinct plan type - two are villas, the third a Modernist pinwheel plan.
 New Tate St. Ives
by Jamie Fobert Architects with Evans & Shalev
The reconfiguration and extension of the Tate St Ives achieves a more functional building with double the gallery space. The design also increases car parking provision at the top of the site and creates a better public route from top to bottom.
by MUMA LLP
© Alan Williams
An operationally-linked community hall and nursery provide a sense of space, natural daylight and ventilation, and balance the competing needs of the users. The hall itself has been designed to become a civic centre or town hall for the new community at Storey’s Field.
 The Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre
by Niall McLaughlin Architects
© Nick Kane
This is a relatively small single-storey teaching facility with an auditorium, seminar rooms, dance studio and ancillary facilities arranged around a central foyer which opens onto a cricket pitch. The pitch is set within the secluded garden of one of Oxford’s most historic colleges.
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