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.