The Royal Institute of British Architects' London chapter has released the names of the 38 projects that make up its 2015 class of the best in new architecture in the English capital. An office tower in the King's Cross redevelopment, a 1930s Art Deco former cinema, and a Quaker meeting hall are among the laureates. The coveted Building of the Year honor went to local firm Architecture 00 for its Social Justice Center in London's Vauxhall neighborhood. The sawtooth-roof structure offers flexible workspaces for—you guessed it—social justice and human rights organizations.
For a full list of the 38 winners and more images, head over to architecture.com, the Royal Institute of British Architects' online hub.
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