London architecture misses RIBA Prize but more inspiring buildings planned

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London architecture misses RIBA Prize but more inspiring buildings planned
17th October 2014


Despite have half of the nominations for RIBA Sterling Prize, the capital was pipped to the post by The Everyman Theatre in Liverpool for best new building of the year. 

London’s nominees to win the honor were The Shard and The London Aquatics Centre.
 
Peter Murray, the chair of the New London Architect Magazine, explains why London’s buildings deserved to be nominated, and why they didn’t make the top spot.
 

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