The RIBA 2019 Stirling Prize shortlist was announced on Thursday 18 July 2019. The prize is internationally recognised as one of the highest accolades a scheme can receive and epitomises the prestigious reputation with which the UK Architectural training and industry is still bestowed.
The shortlist is:
Cork House by architects Matthew Barnett Howland with Dido Milne and Oliver Wilton.
A carbon-neutral and experimental private house made almost entirely from cork in Berkshire.
London Bridge Station by Grimshaw.
A redesign of one of London’s busiest stations which brings light and space into this iconic building.
Goldsmith Street by Mikhail Riches with Cathy Hawley.
A large development of eco-friendly, affordable housing in Norwich, which focuses on bringing energy efficiency to social housing.
Nevill Holt Opera Theatre by Witherford Watson Mann Architects.
Retaining the heritage of a 17th century stable block this building has been converted into a contemporary opera theatre in Leicestershire.
The Macallan Distillery and Visitor Experience by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.
A contemporary visitors centre in Moray housing a whiskey distillery and featuring a grass-covered, undulating roof.
The Weston Sculpture Park by Feilden Fowles Architects.
A contemporary art gallery in the Yorkshire hills.
The winner will be announced on October 8th at the Roundhouse in London.
More details can be seen at here.