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Royal Institute of British Architects

Categories: Architecture

From the RIBA website: "RIBA Awards are given for buildings that have high architectural standards and make a substantial contribution to the local environment. The awards are annual, and have been running continuously since 1966." But there must have been a previous scheme since the Stockleigh Hall memorial shows that RIBA was awarding the London Architecture Medal (with a very similar design) back in 1937. We've searched but can find no on-line list.

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Royal Institute of British Architects

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Bronze RIBA Award at Stockleigh Hall

The round plaque above reads "London Architecture Medal, 1937, RIBA" and is n...

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Royal Institute of British Architects

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Churchill Gardens - opened

City of Westminster Churchill Gardens Opened by Her Grace the Duchess of Marl...

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Penton Estate

Penton Estate

Built by Henry Penton in the late 1700s, possibly London's first planned suburb. The estate was completed around 1820. A few of the original houses survive in Chapel Market. The 'Penton Estate: 750...

Place, Architecture, Property

1 memorial
Eric Bedford

Eric Bedford

Designed the Post Office Tower. Chief architect for the Ministry of Public Building and Works, 1951 - 1970. Andrew Behan has researched Bedford: Eric Bedford was born on 23 August 1909 in Halifax,...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Frank Saunders & Partners

Frank Saunders & Partners

Architects based in SW1, active in 1969.

Group, Architecture

1 memorial
William Douglas Caroe

William Douglas Caroe

Born near Liverpool, son of the Danish Consul. Became an architect in the Arts and Crafts style, specialising in churches. The splendid 1 Millbank was built for the Church Commissioners in 1903. Di...

Person, Architecture, Cyprus, Denmark

1 memorial
Thomas Leverton Donaldson

Thomas Leverton Donaldson

Architect.  Born 8 Bloomsbury Square.  Co-founder of RIBA.  Died at home, 21 Upper Bedford Place.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial