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The winners of the 2014 RIBA London Awards were announced in a ceremony last night. The awards recognize the RIBA London Architect of the year and 2014 RIBA Emerging Architect of the Year (Haworth Tompkins and RCKa, respectively) as well as a host of project awards which join other regional awards to make up the longlist for the 2014 RIBA Stirling Prize. Among the winners are Zaha Hadid's Aquatics Centre, which becomes the final Olympics project to shoot for the Stirling Prize now that its seating wings have been removed; the Shard; the renovation of the Tate Britain by Caruso St John; and the transformation of King's Cross by John McAslan + Partners. Read on after the break for a full list of winners. RIBA London Building of the Year: Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, London School of Economics / O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects RIBA London Sustainability Award: Brent Civic Centre / Hopkins Architects RIBA London English Heritage Award for Preserving the Historic Environment: Tate Britain, Milbank Project / Caruso St John Architects RIBA London Small Projects Award: Tree House / 6a Architects RIBA London Architect of the Year: Haworth Tompkins RIBA London Emerging Architect of the Year: RCKa RIBA London Client of the Year Award:  London Borough of Hackney Local Education Partnership with Mouchel Babcock View more View full description
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