RIBA London Awards 2017/ Arts

As the winners of this year's RIBA Awards London are announced, RIBAJ gathers together the projects that contribute to the arts, from a tiny private gallery to a conservation centre for the British Museum. Click on the images to find out more

Mathematics: The Winton Gallery

Zaha Hadid Architects

Mathematics: The Winton Gallery
Mathematics: The Winton Gallery Credit: Luke Hayes

Science Museum Research Centre, Kensington

Coffey Architects

Science Museum Research Centre, Kensington
Science Museum Research Centre, Kensington Credit: Timothy Soar

Photography Studio for Juergen Teller

6a architects

Photography Studio for Juergen Teller
Photography Studio for Juergen Teller Credit: Johan Dehlin

The British Museum World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

The British Museum World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre
The British Museum World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre Credit: Joas Souza

The Layered Gallery

Gianni Botsford Architects

The Layered Gallery.
The Layered Gallery. Credit: Luigi Parise

Tyers Street, Cabinet Gallery

Trevor Horne Architects

Tyers Street, Cabinet Gallery.
Tyers Street, Cabinet Gallery. Credit: Tim Crocker

Tate Modern Switch House

Herzog & de Meuron

Tate Modern Switch House.
Tate Modern Switch House. Credit: Iwan Baan

The Design Museum and hollandgreen

OMA with Allies and Morrison and John Pawson

The Design Museum and hollandgreen.
The Design Museum and hollandgreen. Credit: Nick Guttridge

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