2010皇家建筑师协会奖获胜作品

英国皇家建筑师协会 刚刚公布了102个建筑项目获得2010RIBA奖。这些建筑物中有93个遍布英国各地,另外9个在英国之外的其他欧洲国家,其中包括6个提名斯特林奖的作品。

本次获奖项目范围极广,既有伦敦公交车司机的小型圆形浴室、柏林的一家美术馆,也有零碳住宅,甚至还有2012年奥运会的能源变电所。今年的RIBA奖还有一个特点,就是公共空间一项加入了展馆和名胜古迹建筑。

一些建筑师一人兼得数奖,获得RIBA奖最多奖项的当属Rick Mather Architects建筑师事务所(4种)。今年,许多杰出的英国建筑师在欧洲其他国家的项目都获得了RIBA奖,像扎哈?哈迪德(Zaha Hadid)、大卫?奇普菲尔德(David Chipperfield)、Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners以及托尼?弗莱顿(Tony Fretton)都因此获奖。

RIBA主席露丝•里德(Ruth Reed)说:“RIBA奖不仅反映英国的建筑水平,还有经济水平。在RIBA奖设立45年以来遭遇最严重经济衰退的情况下,今年的奖项表明,尽管也许建筑师们感到日子不太好过,但他们仍然在全英及其他国家设计建造出那么多优秀的建筑作品。”RIBA奖始终为如宝石一般的小型项目和尚未成熟的事务所提供崭露头脚的机会,今年自然也不例外。RIBA奖并非按规模大小评选,而是关注于那些为人们的生活增色的建筑作品。我期待着能看到一张精彩的RIBA斯特灵奖候选名单。

请参见网站以前报道的获奖建筑作品,如扎哈•哈迪德的二十一世纪艺术博物馆(MAXXI Museum) (archgo的翻译), Haworth Tompkins建筑师事务所的 奥尔德堡音乐剧院(Aldeburgh Music), dRMM的 克拉珀姆•马诺(Clapham Manor)小学, 甚至还有对获奖者 大卫•奇普菲尔德的访谈。


TheRoyal Institute of British Architects just announced 102 buildings that were awarded for the 2010 Awards. These buildings, 93 sprawled across the UK and 9 in the rest of the EU, include 6 which were nominated?for the Stirling Prize.

The awarded projects were quite varied; they included a small circular bathroom for bus drivers in London, an art museum in Berlin, a zero-carbon house, and even an energy substation for the 2012 Olympics. An added feature of the RIBA Awards this year was the category of public spaces which included pavilions and monuments.

Some architects were multiple winners, and the highest number of RIBA Awards went to Rick Mather Architects (4 awards). Many of the UKs prominent architects are awarded this year for their work outside of the UK with Zaha Hadid, David Chipperfield, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and Tony Fretton all winning an RIBA Award for buildings in the EU.

RIBA President Ruth Reed said, The RIBA Awards reflect not only the state of British architecture but also that of its economy. In the midst of the deepest recession in the 45 year history of the RIBA Awards, this year��s awards demonstrate that although times might be hard for architects, there are still great buildings being built throughout the country and overseas. The RIBA Awards always give an opportunity for gem-like small projects and less established practices to shine through and this year is no exception. Far from being a size prize, the RIBA Awards are for buildings that offer value to peoples lives. I am looking forward to seeing an exciting RIBA Stirling Prize shortlist;

Check out AD for previous coverage of winning buildings such as Hadid’s MAXXI Museum, Haworth Tompkins’ Aldeburgh Music, dRMM’’s Clapham Manor Primary School,  or even our interview with winner David Chipperfield.