The 2003 Stirling Prize winner is the Laban dance centre in Deptford, south-east London. Designed by Swiss architect Herzog & de Meuron, the centre cost £22m to build and was described by the judges as "a catalyst to the regeneration of the whole area". The other shortlisted buildings were: Tiree shelter in Scotland by Sutherland Hussey Architects with Jake Harvey, Donald Urquhart, Glen Onwin and Sandra Kennedy; Plymouth Theatre Royal production centre by Ian Ritchie Architects; BedZED in Surrey by Bill Dunster Architects; 30 Finsbury Square in London by Eric Parry Architects; and Great Court at the British Museum by Foster and Partners.