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East Midlands RIBA Regional Awards Shortlist 2020

Local practices designed five of the East Midlands' seven shortlisted projects, which ranged from dwellings to university, work premises to leisure schemes

Vote for your favourite shortlisted building from the region in the RIBAJ Best on Show readers’ vote. Read about each project below, then cast your vote here.

East Midlands awards in numbers.
East Midlands awards in numbers.

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Bailgate Court, Lincoln.
Bailgate Court, Lincoln. Credit: David Grandorge

Jonathan Hendry Architects for Bailgate Court


 

Belfield House - R W Percival Funeral Directors, Buxton.
Belfield House - R W Percival Funeral Directors, Buxton. Credit: Tristan Poyser

Evans Vettori for RW Percival


 

Creek Cottage, Anderby Creek.
Creek Cottage, Anderby Creek. Credit: David Grandorge

Jonathan Hendry Architects for Beach House Holidays


 

Holton Studios, Holton le Clay.
Holton Studios, Holton le Clay. Credit: Jonathan Hendry

Jonathan Hendry Architects for Keyrent


 

Nottingham Trent University Hall.
Nottingham Trent University Hall. Credit: Tony McAteer

YMD Boon for Gleeds and Nottingham Trent University


 

Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre, Edwinstowe.
Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre, Edwinstowe. Credit: Sally-Ann Norman

JDDK Architects for RSPB Midlands


 

Stonecrop, Rutland.
Stonecrop, Rutland. Credit: James Brittain

Featherstone Young for private client


See all the RIBA Regional Awards shortlists here

With thanks to awards sponsors: Building of the Year – Equitone; Sustainability – Michelmersh; Project Architect of the Year – Taylor Maxwell

 

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