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In Pictures: London's RIBA Prize-Winning Architecture 2016

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In Pictures: London's RIBA Prize-Winning Architecture 2016

The winners of the 2016 RIBA National Awards — among the most prestigious awards for new buildings in the UK — have been announced, with 16 London projects making the list of 46.

Though the majority of winners are new builds — such as the hypnotically-ceilinged Gateway Pavilions in North Greenwich — a handful are London institutions that have received some due love and care (such as Wilton's Music Hall and Sir John Soane's Museum, below).

Here's a selection of the London winners. For more details and pictures, visit RIBA's website.

Wilton's Music Hall by Tim Ronalds Architects. Photo: Hélène Binet
8 St James's Square by Eric Parry Architects. Photo: Dirk Lindner
Ely Court, South Kilburn, by Alison Brooks Architects Ltd and Hester Architects. Photo: Paul Riddle
Greenwich Gateway Pavilions by Marks Barfield Architects. Photo: Timothy Soar
Regent High School by Walters & Cohen Architects. Photo: Dennis Gilbert
Maurice Wohl Clinical Neuroscience Institute by Allies and Morrison & PM Devereux. Photo: Ståle Eriksen
Newport Street Gallery by Caruso St John Architects. Photo: Prudence Cuming
Trafalgar Place at Elephant and Castle by dRMM Architects. Photo: Alexde Rijke
Sir John Soane's Museum by Julian Harrap Architects. Photo: Gareth Gardner

Last Updated 14 March 2017