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Northern Ireland RSUA Regional Awards 2020 shortlist

An observatory, two mental health centres and a pair of castle projects set the country's shortlist apart

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. 

Northern Ireland awards in numbers.
Northern Ireland awards in numbers.

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Acute Mental Health Inpatient Centre, Belfast
Acute Mental Health Inpatient Centre, Belfast Credit: Donal McCann

RPP Architects with Richard Murphy Architects for Belfast Health and Social Care Trust


 

Carrickfergus Castle Roof Replacement, Carrickfergus.
Carrickfergus Castle Roof Replacement, Carrickfergus. Credit: Tony Corey

Alastair Coey Architects with Kennedy Fitzgerald Architects for Department for Communities, Historic Environment Division


 

Davagh Observatory, Cookstown.
Davagh Observatory, Cookstown. Credit: Aidan Monaghan

ARCEN for Mid Ulster District Council


 

Fliphouse.
Fliphouse. Credit: Richie Lavery

BGA Architects Ltd for private client


 

Hillsborough Castle and Gardens Visitor Facilities, Hillsborough.
Hillsborough Castle and Gardens Visitor Facilities, Hillsborough. Credit: Donal McCann

Consarc Design Group Ltd for Historic Royal Palaces


 

Old Court Mill, Sion Mills.
Old Court Mill, Sion Mills. Credit: Stephen Fisher

GM Design Associates for Rural Housing Association


 

Patrick Bradley Architects Studio, Maghera.
Patrick Bradley Architects Studio, Maghera. Credit: Bruno Tamiozzo

Patrick Bradley Architects for Patrick Bradley Architects


 

Rathview Mental Health Unit, Omagh.
Rathview Mental Health Unit, Omagh. Credit: Chris Hill

TODD Architects Ltd for Western Health and Social Care Trust


 

School of Biological Sciences, Queen’s University Belfast.
School of Biological Sciences, Queen’s University Belfast. Credit: Paul Burke

Scott Tallon Walker Architects and White Ink Architects for Queen's University Belfast


 

The Lanyon Building Conservation and Restoration Project, Belfast.
The Lanyon Building Conservation and Restoration Project, Belfast. Credit: Damien Toner

Consarc Design Group for Queen's University Belfast


 

Now you’ve voted for your favourite building in the region, why not vote in the other regions? View the list

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

Best on Show

Vote now for your favourite RIBA shortlisted building of 2020 in each region

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