Six projects win in 2017 RIBA West Midlands Awards

The 2017 RIBA Awards cycle continues with the recent reveal of six winning buildings for the 2017 West Midlands Awards. “The winners deliver an architecture with a narrative and a poetry, while also fully responding to the functional needs of the facilities they created,” stated RIBA Jury Chair Natalia Maximova. “It is a year of quieter and well-mannered design, nevertheless, no less confident and powerful for that reason.”

Here's a glimpse of the winning projects: The Compound by BPN Architects Photo: Tom Bird. St. Michael’s Hospice, Hereford by Architype Photo: Dennis Gilbert. Croft Lodge Studio, Leominster by Kate Darby Architects Photo: James Morris. Alan Walters Building, University of Birmingham by Berman Guedes Stretton Photo: Quintin Lake. Remembrance Centre, National Memorial Arboretum Alrewas by Glenn Howells Architects Photo: Rob Parrish. Jaguar Land Rover Engine Manufacturing Centre by Arup Associates Photo: Simon Kennedy. Learn more about the projects on Bustler.

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