Read the full list of regional winners

The RIBA has unveiled the winners of its regional winners, with big name practices scooping gongs across the country including Purcell, Heatherwick, Sheppard Robson, dRMM and AHMM.

Also walking away with prizes were Carmody Groarke, Feilden Fowles and BDP.

An overall Building of the Year winner will be announced for each of the English regions at a ceremony at RIBA’s 66 Portland Place headquarters on 24 May.

The RIAS Awards, which reveal Scotlands winners, will be announced next month.

All these winners will go forward for consideration for RIBA National Awardss. Winners of those accolades make up the pool from which the Stirling Prize shortlist is drawn.

For details and images of all winners follow the regional links on the regional headings below.

RIBA East Award winners


1704_Wuduhus, Huntingdon, Mole Architects

36 Storey’s Way, Churchill College, Cambridge, Cottrell & Vermeulen Architecture

Civil Engineering Building, Cambridge,  Grimshaw with RHP

Copper House, Cambridge, Butcher Bayley Architects

Ely Museum,  HAT Projects

Friars, St Ives, Mole Architects

Magdalene College Library, Cambridge, Niall McLaughlin Architects

Wintringham Primary Academy, St Neots, dRMM Architects


Brentwood Preparatory School, Cottrell & Vermeulen Architecture


Central Surgery, Sawbridgeworth, Hawkins\Brown

Criss Cross House, Hertfordshire, Ashton Porter Architects


BlueSky Barn, Norfolk, 31/44 Architects & Taylor Made Space

Studio Nencini, Norwich, Alder Brisco (now Brisco Loran and James Alder Architect)


Aldeburgh House, David Walker Architects

NW2 Participation Building and Theatre Square, WGP Architects

Stone Cottage, Suffolk, Haysom Ward Miller Architects

Sutton Hoo, Woodbridge, Nissen Richards Studio

RIBA East Midlands Awards winners 

Ada Belfield Centre and Belper Library, Derbyshire, Glancy Nicholls Architects

Derwent Valley Villa, Derbyshire, Blee Halligan

Ravine House, Chesterfield, Chiles Evans & Care Architects

Lyth Building, Southwell, Evans Vettori Architects

The Parchment Works, Northamptonshire, Will Gamble Architects 

RIBA London Awards winners

100 Bishopsgate, Allies & Morrison with Arney Fender Katsalidis

100 Liverpool Street, Hopkins Architects

198 CAL, CarverHaggard

245 Hammersmith Road, by Sheppard Robson

Artist’s Studio in Stepney, Martin Edwards Architects

Barts Square, by Sheppard Robson Robson with Maccreanor Lavington and Piercy & Company

Belle Vue, by Morris & Company

BFI Riverfront, Carmody Groarke

Breakers Place, Nottingdale, by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Cromwell Place, by Buckley Gray Yeoman

Ditton Hill House, by Surman Weston

Hackney New Primary School and 333 Kingsland Road, by Henley Halebrown

Hackney School of Food, by Surman Weston

Harris Academy, Sutton, by Architype

Hawley Wharf, by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

House in Primrose Hill, by Jamie Fobert Architects Limited

Hoxton Southwark, by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands

Ibstock Place School Refectory, by Maccreanor Lavington

Kiln Place, by Peter Barber Architects

Lambeth Palace Library, by Wright & Wright Architects

LB Southwark SILS3, by Tim Ronalds Architects

Leyton House, by McMahon Architecture

Mews House Deep Retrofit, by Prewett Bizley Architects

Mews House, by creativemass

Mountain View, by CAN

NoMad London, by EPR Architects

Orchard Gardens, Elephant Park, by Panter Hudspith Architects

Peveril Gardens and Studios, by Sanchez Benton Architects Architects with Gabriel Kuri and Nigel Dunnett 

Pitched Black, by Gruff Architects

Plumstead Centre, by Hawkins Brown

Royal Wharf Primary School, by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Sands End Arts and Community Centre, by Mae Architects

Sideways House, by Leep Architects

Sir Michael Uren Hub, by Allies & Morrison

St John Street, by Emil Eve Architects

St John’s Church, Hackney, by Thomas Ford & Partners

The Library House, by Macdonald Wright Architects

The Post Building, by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Tree House, Ealing, by Fletcher Crane Architects

Victoria House, Bloomsbury, by Hutchinson & Partners

Woods Quay, by Architecturall Ltd

Yorkton Workshops, by Cassion Castle Architects

RIBA North East Awards 2022 winners

Newcastle Civic Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne, Faulkner Browns Architects

Northbank, Northumberland, Elliott Architects

Shepherds Barn, County Durham, Leap

RIBA North West Awards 2022 winners

Lancaster Castle, Lancaster, BDP

Pooley New Bridge, Penrith, Knight Architects

Special Exhibitions Gallery at Science and Industry Museum, Manchester, Carmody Groarke

The Fratry, Carlisle, Feilden Fowles

The Old Library, Liverpool, OMI Architects

The Welcome Building at RHS Garden Bridgewater, Salford, Hodder & Partners

RSAW Awards 2022 winners

Private residence Swansea, Swansea, Loyn + Co

Grange Pavilion, Cardiff, Beham Architects & IBI Group

RSUA Awards 2022 winners

Altnagelvin Acute Hospital north wing development, Derry, HLM Architects & Hall Black Douglas

Áras Uí Chonghaile, Belfast, McGurk Architects

House Ballyscullion, Bellaghy, McGingle McGrath 

House in the Glebe, Eglinton, Marshall McCann 

North West Multi Modal Transport Hub, Derry, Consarc Design Group

RIBA South Awards winners

Barton Farm Primary Academy, Winchester, HCC Property Services

Catherine Hughes Building, Somerville College, Oxford, Niall McLaughlin Architects

Cohen Quadrangle, Exeter College, Oxford, Alison Brooks Architects

GHT – God’s House Tower, Southampton, Purcell

Island Rest, Isle of Wight, Ström Architects

Lovedon Fields, Kings Worthy, Hampshire, John Pardey Architects with BBA Architects

Master’s Field Development, Balliol College, Oxford, Niall McLaughlin Architects

Olivier Hall and Christie Centre, St Edward’s School, Oxford, TSH Architects

Push-Pull House, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, Cullinan Studio

Thames Hospice, Maidenhead, KKE Architects

The Story Museum, Oxford, Purcell with Ramboll UKRFK Architects & Tom Piper

Treadgolds, Portsmouth, Pritchard Architecture

University of Winchester West Downs Centre, Winchester, Design Engine Architects

RIBA South East Awards 2022 winners

Cobham Dairy, Cobham, Kent, Purcell

Aisher House, Sevenoaks School, Sevenoaks, Kent, Tim Ronalds Architects

The Mitchell Building, The Skinners’ School, Tunbridge Wells, Kent,  Bell Phillips Architects

Sir Sydney Camm Science & Technology Building, Claremont Fan Court School, Esher, Surrey,  Fletcher Crane Architects

Guildford Crematorium, Godalming, Surrey,  Haverstock

Seabreeze, East Sussex,  RX Architects

Morlands Farm Dutch Barn, West Sussex,  Sandy Rendel Architects

RIBA South West Awards 2022 winners

Creek House, Cornwalll, Seth Stein Architects

Great Brockeridhe, Bristol, CaSA Architects 

The Red House, Dorset, David John Architects

Bristol School of Engineering, Bristol, AHR

Winsford Cottage Hospital, Devon, benjamin+beauchamp

Stanbridge Mill Library, Dorset, Crawshaw Architects

RIBA West Midlands Awardss 2022 winners

Honey and Walnut House, West Midlands, Intervention Architecture Ltd

Mill Lodge, Warwickshire, Michael Kendrick Architects

One Chamberlain Square, West Midlands, Eric Parry Architects

The Undercroft Learning Centre, Worcester Cathedral, Worcestershire, Acanthus Clews Architects

Winter House, Scott Donald Architecture, Staffordshire, Scott Donald Architecture

RIBA Yorkshire Awardss 2022 winners

The Alice Hawthorn, North Yorkshire, De Matos Ryan

Leeds Footbridge, Leeds, Gagarin Studio with DP Squared

Maggie’s Centre, Leeds, Heatherwick Studios

Carnegie School of Sport, Leeds, Sheppard Robson