The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the shortlist
for the RIBA London Regional Award, which this year features the Institution's Bastwick Street headquarters by Hugh Broughton Architects.
The building, located in a thriving area around Old Street and Barbican, is the culmination of a project to find a new home for our Institution, which has been representing the structural engineering profession since it was founded as the Concrete Institute in 1908.
Bastwick Street is that new home, with state-of-the-art facilities to host our thriving events programme and to communicate with our 27000-strong global membership. Members have been full of praise for the new building, so we're delighted to see the work shortlisted for such a presitigious award.
You can watch a video
telling the story of Bastwick Street, take a virtual tour
of the building or book a meeting room here
. You can also read an article by our Chief Executive, Martin Powell, discussing the scope of the Bastwick Street project here