RIBA European Awards are part of an award program by the Royal Institute of British Architects. Complemented by the RIBA National and International Awards, it rewards "the excellent work being done by RIBA members in the European Union outside the UK".Awarded annually, it is given to a varying number of buildings. They are judged by the RIBA Awards Group, and winners are eligible for the Stirling Prize.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is a professional body for architects primarily in the United Kingdom, but also internationally, founded for the advancement of architecture under its charter granted in 1837 and Supplemental Charter granted in 1971.
RIBA National Awards are part of an awards program operated by the Royal Institute of British Architects, also encompassing the Stirling Prize, the European Award and the International Award. The National Awards are given to buildings in the UK which are "recognised as significant contributions to architecture" which are chosen from the buildings to receive an RIBA Regional award.
RIBA International Awards are part of an awards program operated by the Royal Institute of British Architects, also encompassing the Stirling Prize and the European Award.The RIBA International Award rewards "the excellent work being done by RIBA members around the world". They are awarded annually to a varying number of buildings.
RIBA European award winners in 2014 were:
|Library and Learning Centre|| Vienna ||Zaha Hadid Architects|
|Musiktheater Linz|| Linz ||Terry Pawson|
|Blue Planet Aquarium|| Copenhagen ||3XN|
|Danish Maritime Museum|| Helsingør ||Bjarke Ingels Group|
|Vartorv Square|| Copenhagen ||Hall McKnight|
|Marseille Vieux Port|| Marseille ||Foster and Partners|
|Enzo Ferrari Museum|| Modena ||Shiro Studio|
|Baakenhafen Bridge|| Hamburg ||Wilkinson Eyre Architects|
|Extension Joachimstrasse 11|| Berlin ||David Chipperfield Architects|
|Lenbachhaus extension|| Munich ||Foster and Partners|
|New civic centre|| Florence ||Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners|
|Kraaiennest metro station|| Amsterdam ||Maccreanor Lavington|
RIBA European award winners in 2013 were:
|Frederiksberg Courthouse|| Copenhagen ||3XN|
|Sorø Art Museum|| Sorø ||Lundgaard & Tranberg|
|Pierresvives|| Montpellier ||Zaha Hadid Architects|
|MBA Building, Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales|| Paris ||David Chipperfield Architects|
|House on Mount Anville|| Dublin ||Aughey O'Flaherty Architects|
|University of Limerick Medical School and Pergola Bus Shelter|| Limerick ||Grafton Architects|
|Enzo Ferrari Museum|| Modena ||Shiro Studio|
|Hoflaan House|| Rotterdam ||Maccreanor Lavington|
|Municipal Auditorium of Teulada|| Alicante ||Francisco Mangado y Asociados|
RIBA European award winners in 2012 were:
|Bilbao Arena|| Bilbao ||IDOM|
|Centre Pompidou-Metz|| Metz ||Shigeru Ban|
|FCN 2009|| Sicily ||Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo|
|H27D|| Konstanz ||Kraus Schoenberg|
|Las Arenas|| Barcelona ||Rogers Stirk Harbour|
|Maison L||near Paris ||Christian Pottgiesser|
|PJ Carroll Factory|| Wexford ||Scott Tallon Walker|
|Solid 11|| Amsterdam ||Tony Fretton|
|Wexford County Council Headquarters|| Wexford ||Robin Lee|
RIBA European award winners in 2011 were:
|Aviva Stadium|| Dublin ||Scott Tallon Walker|
|Bodegas Portia|| Ribera del Duero ||Foster and Partners|
|De Prinsendam|| Amsterdam ||Tony Fretton|
|Harbour Isle Apartments|| Copenhagen ||Lundgaard & Tranberg|
|Kaufhaus Tyrol|| Innsbruck ||David Chipperfield|
|Middelfart Savings Bank|| Middelfart ||3XN|
|Museum Folkwang|| Essen ||David Chipperfield|
|SEB Bank|| Copenhagen ||Lundgaard & Tranberg|
RIBA European award winners in 2010 were:
|A. P. Møller School|| Schleswig ||C. F. Møller Architects|
|Neues Museum|| Berlin ||David Chipperfield Architects, Restoration Architect Julian Harrap Architects|
|House at Spanish Cove|| Cork ||Niall McLaughlin Architects|
|VISUAL – Centre for Contemporary art & George Bernard Shaw Theatre|| Carlow ||Terry Pawson Architects|
|Alzheimers respite centre|| Dublin ||Niall McLaughlin Architects|
|MAXXI – National Museum of the 21st Century Arts|| Rome ||Zaha Hadid Architects|
|British Embassy Warsaw|| Warsaw ||Tony Fretton Architects|
|Campus Palmas Altas|| Seville ||Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners|
|Ciutat de la Justícia de Barcelona i l'Hospitalet de Llobregat|| Barcelona ||David Chipperfield Architects|
|Fuglsang Art Museum|| Lolland ||Tony Fretton|
|Zenith|| Saint-Étienne ||Foster + Partners|
|Burren House|| Dublin ||Niall McLaughlin Architects|
|Wexford Opera House|| Wexford ||Keith Williams Architects|
|Hoogvliet Heerlijkhied|| Rotterdam ||FAT|
|Bodegas Protos|| Ribera del Duero ||Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners|
RIBA European award winners in 2008 were:
|Am Kupfergraben||Berlin||David Chipperfield Architects|
|Bijlmer Station|| Amsterdam ||Grimshaw/Arcadis|
|BMW Welt|| Munich ||Coop Himmelb(l)au|
|Carabanchel Social Housing|| Madrid ||Foreign Office Architects|
|Empire Riverside Hotel|| Hamburg ||David Chipperfield Architects|
|The Living Bridge|| Limerick ||Wilkinson Eyre Architects|
|Lufthansa Aviation Centre|| Frankfurt ||David Chipperfield Architects|
|Nordpark Cable Railway|| Innsbruck ||Zaha Hadid|
|Royal Playhouse|| Copenhagen ||Lundgaard & Tranberg|
|The Sleeping Giant||O'Donnell Tuomey Architects|
RIBA European award winners in 2007 were:
|Villa in the Var|| Bargemon ||Dixon Jones / Jean-Paul Radigois|
|Tietgenkollegiet|| Ørestad, Copenhagen ||Lundgaard & Tranberg|
|Cherry Orchard Primary School|| Dublin ||O'Donnell & Tuomey|
|Environmental Research Institute|| Cork ||Bucholz McEvoy Architects|
|Alsion|| Sønderborg ||3XN Architects|
|Casa da Musica|| Porto ||OMA|
|Cork Institute of Technology|| Cork ||De Blacam & Meagher Boyd Barrett Murphy-O’Connor Architects|
|Sint Lucas Art Academy|| Boxtel ||Fashion Architecture Taste|
|Cork City Council Civic Offices|| Cork ||ABK Architects|
|Museum of Modern Literature||Marbach||David Chipperfield Architects|
|America's Cup Building|| Valencia ||David Chipperfield Architects|
|Law Courts|| Antwerpen ||Rogers, Stirk, Harbour + Partners|
|Dresden Station Redevelopment|| Dresden ||Foster + Partners|
RIBA European award winners in 2006 were:
|Aras Chill Dara|| Naas ||Heneghan Peng|
|Caixa Galicia Art Gallery|| A Coruña ||Grimshaw/Arcadis|
|Federal Environmental Agency|| Dessau ||Sauerbruch Hutton|
|Kilen|| Copenhagen ||Lundgaard & Tranberg|
|New Area Terminal, Barajas Airport|| Madrid ||Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners|
|Phaeno Science Center|| Wolfsburg ||Zaha Hadid|
|Poustinia|| Kilsheelan ||Architects Bates Maher|
|Frieder Burda Collection Museum|| Baden ||Richard Meier|
RIBA European award winners in 2005 were:
|Sampension Headquarters|| Copenhagen ||3XN Architects|
|Millau Viaduct|| Millau ||Foster + Partners|
|BMW Central Building|| Leipzig ||Zaha Hadid|
|Entory Home|| Ettlingen ||Behnisch, Behnisch + Partner|
|Fire & Police Station||Berlin||Sauerbruch Hutton|
|Athlone Civic Centre|| Athlone ||Keith Williams Architects|
|Connolly Hospital|| Blanchardstown ||A&D Weichent Architects|
|SAP Galway||Parkmore East||Bucholz McEvoy Architects|
|Sheltered Housing & Hostel|| Gorey ||Paul Keogh Architects|
|Wheatfield Courtyard|| County Dublin ||David McDowell|
|Max Mara Headquarters|| Reggio Emilia ||John McAslan + Partners|
|South-East Coastal Path|| Barcelona ||Foreign Office Architects|
|Museum of World Culture|| Gothenburg ||Brisac Gonzalez Architects|
|Café Mangiarebere Wine Bar|| Catania ||Studio Maria Giuseppina/Grasso Cannizzo|
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