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North Bank House / Elliott Architects Ltd

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Beacon of Light Building / FaulknerBrowns Architects

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  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  11222
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2018
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7 buildings shortlisted for RIBA North East 2019 Awards

Seven buildings have been shortlisted for RIBA North East (Royal Institute of British Architects) 2019 Awards; the winners will be announced at an Awards evening at Tyneside Cinema on Thursday 16 May. 

The Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre / Medical Architecture

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Earl Grey House / Elliott Architects

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Why Architecture Needs Less London-Centrism and More Ideas in the Wake of Brexit

<a href='http://www.archdaily.com/421970/library-of-birmingham-mecanoo'>Library of Birmingham / Mecanoo</a>. Image © Christian Richters
Library of Birmingham / Mecanoo. Image © Christian Richters

Between March of 2013 and December of 2014, Simon Henley of London-based practice Henley Halebrown wrote a regular column for ArchDaily titled “London Calling,” covering architectural topics of note in the UK's capital. Now, Henley is returning to his column – but in the wake of 2016's shock political developments, his column is re-branding. Thus, here he presents the first of his column “Beyond London” – a look at architectural topics around the UK. Here, Henley presents his opinion on those political developments, and the role architects should play as the UK embarks on a new period in its history.

Post-Brexit, British architects need to think hard about the profession’s London-centric position. There has been a policy of inclusion of non-London architects on panels, their work in magazines and on awards shortlists, but this is not enough. It was quite clear on June 24th when the London design community awoke to the realization that Britain will leave the European Union, that a “Remain”-minded bubble had formed within the capital. The same may be true of the other large cities around the country which voted largely in favour of “Remain.”

HUB 67 / LYN Atelier

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  • Architects: LYN Atelier
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  240
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2014