22 Jun '15, 8am

8 Sustainable British buildings from the 2015 RIBA awards

8 Sustainable British buildings from the 2015 RIBA awards

Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in London just unveiled this year’s winners of the annual RIBA awards. Recognized as 2015’s best British projects in the UK, these 37 structures include a wide variety of architecture types from contemporary private homes to buildings in higher education. While we wait for RIBA to reveal which of the RIBA award winners are still in the running for the Stirling Prize —an annual prize awarded to the most significant contribution to British architecture this year—we’ve rounded up eight of the greenest RIBA-award winning buildings of 2015.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/8-sustainable-british-buildings-from...

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