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RIBA Announces the 2022 London Building of the Year

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced Sands End Arts and Community Centre by Mæ Architects as the 2022 London Building of the Year. Sited beside the Clancarty Lodge in the northwestern corner of South Park, the community center is a development comprising several new pavilions arranged around the existing Clancarty Lodge, a landmark included in the project and refurbished as an exhibition space.

36 Storey's Way, Churchill College by Cottrell & Vermeulen Architecture. Image © Anthony  ColemanMaggie’s Yorkshire by Heatherwick Studio. Image © Hufton and CrowGuildford Crematorium by Haverstock. Image © Simon  KennedySands End Arts and Community Centre by Mæ Architects. Image © Rory Gardiner+ 11

RIBA Announces 2022 London Awards Winners

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the winning projects for the 2022 RIBA London architecture awards. The list of 42 buildings includes projects ranging from a sustainable council housing development to a cookery school for children, showcasing the best architectural interventions in London over the past two years. The projects were selected by a regional jury, who visited all 66 shortlisted projects. RIBA London Award winners will now be considered for a highly-coveted RIBA National Award in recognition of their architectural excellence, which will be announced in June.

The Library House, Macdonald Wright Architects. Image © Heiko PriggeBreakers Place, Nottingdale. Image © Rob ParrishVictoria House, Bloomsbury. Image © St†le EriksenWoods Quay. Image © Richard Oxford+ 43

Jeffrey’s Place / Tasou Associates

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Northcote Terrace / Lovell Burton Architecture

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Sorrento Beach House / Pandolfini Architects

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Sorrento, Australia

ArchDaily’s Readers Select Who Should Win the 2022 Pritzker Prize

As part of our yearly tradition, we have asked our readers who should win the 2022 Pritzker Prize, the most important award in the field of architecture.

What Building Materials Can Be Harmful to Our Health?

In each of our nostrils, two types of nerves play an essential role in our health. The olfactory and trigeminal nerves capture odors and send information to the brain, more specifically to the olfactory bulb, for interpretation. In turn, this communicates with the cortex, responsible for the conscious perception of odors, but also with the limbic system, which controls mood and unconscious emotions. This is the body's defense against bad smells or irritating or strong odors, creating aversion to those that could harm us in some way.

But not all pollutants can be detected through this sophisticated system, and they have an intrinsic ability to positively or negatively influence our health. In fact, research has shown that air quality can be quite poor and even worrying in many indoor environments, where we spend about 90% of our lives. This is usually caused by inadequate ventilation of the space, external pollution, and biological contaminants; but mainly chemical contaminants from internal sources. That is, the building materials used in space. Therefore, there are some products that should be avoided whenever possible.

House K / Kart Projects | Architecture

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Punchbowl Mosque / Candalepas Associates

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Punchbowl, Australia

The Professionals Involved in the Best Projects of 2021

The TIde. Image © Ben Luxmoore
The TIde. Image © Ben Luxmoore

Every year, ArchDaily's curatorial team publishes thousands of new architectural projects. From this experience, we know that no one builds alone and that these projects would not have been possible without the collaboration of many other professionals that are as much involved as the architects and designers themselves. 

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Singapore: Designing New Futures

Singapore has emerged as a global design center. As a city-state and island country in Southeast Asia, the Lion City is home to a new class of high-rise buildings, gardens and iconic landmarks. While the design world is familiar with structures like the Safdie's Jewel Changi Airport or OMA's Interlace, Singapore has also built a range of new public and civic buildings alongside extensive land reclamation projects.

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Redhill Barn / TYPE

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Garden House / Baracco+Wright Architects

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Daylesford Longhouse / Partners Hill

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  • Architects: Partners Hill
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  1050
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2019
  • Professionals : Ampelite