The Court of the Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects has confirmed the results of the Award for 2017

Building of the Year Award 2017

The Court of the Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects has confirmed the results of the Award for 2017.

Winner

8 Finsbury Circus. Architect Wilkinson Eyre. Developer Mitsubishi Estate London /Stanhope

Highly Commended:

Angel Court. Architect Fletcher Priest. Developer Mitsui Fudosan/Stanhope

Runners up

10 Trinity Square. Architect Woods Bagot; supervising interior and fit-out architect Aukett Swanke. Developer The Reignwood Group

The Monument Building. Architect Make. Developer Skanska Project Development

Shortlisted:

5 Broadgate. Architect Make. Developer British Land

Barbican Centre Shop. Architect AHMM. Client Barbican Centre

White Collar Factory. Architect AHMM. Developer Derwent London.

38 Chancery Lane. Architect Tate Hindle. Developer Endurance Land

The Whitechapel Building. Architect Fletcher Priest. Developer Derwent London

Judges: Richard Brindley (Master), Wendy Parmley (Lady Mayoress), Harry Badham (Axa), Andrew Reynolds (WRBC) and Paul Finch (chair).

The Awards and certificates will be presented at the Company’s Election Court Dinner on 5 July at the RIBA.

Richard Brindley, Master of The Architects’ Company says:

“ The Award highlights the excellence of the design of offices in the Square Mile. High quality workspace is essential if the City of London is to retain key businesses and talent in the uncertain times ahead. The benefit we have is that the buildings that are highlighted in these awards are so much better than those you will find in Paris or Frankfurt. Good design will help give the UK economy an edge as we exit from the EU.”