The Royal Institute of British Architects is once again on the lookout for potential RIBA Stirling Prize winners and Lubetkin prize winners.
Following on from the success of Maggies Centre, in London by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners in October and The National Stadium, in Beijing by Herzog de Meuron, the search has begun to find the best examples of new British architecture in and outside of the UK.
Practices up and down the country and from all over the world are urged to submit projects of architectural excellence to the 2010 RIBA Awards.
The RIBA Awards have been running continuously since 1966 and are judged locally.
RIBA Awards are given for buildings that have made a substantial contribution to the local environment.
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