Three superb projects compete for RIBA's best new building award | New Atlas
Following its unveiling of the 16 International Awards for Excellence winners earlier this year, the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has now selected three projects to serve as finalists for the prestigious International Prize. They are made up of a passively cooled community hospital, an innovative bridge, and a sensitively designed multipurpose cultural building. Just one will be declared the world's best new building in early 2022.
The RIBA International Prize is chosen every two years and celebrates projects that demonstrate design excellence and social impact. It's open to any qualified architect in the world, for a building of any size, type or budget. Previous winners have included Grafton Architects' UTEC in Peru and the Children Village in Brazil.