The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) continues its awards season by naming the 20 homes vying for the 2016 RIBA House of the Year Award distinction, the United Kingdom’s most prestigious award for a new house or extension. The longlist includes the Covert House, Garden House, House of Trace, Modern Mews, and the Tin House, all of which were honored with a RIBA London Award last month.
The shortlist and winner will be broadcast as part of the "Grand Designs" television series hosted by Kevin McCloud over four weeks later in the year. RIBA also announced recently 46 winners of its 2016 National Awards, which you can take a look here.
Browse the longlist for the RIBA House of the Year Award below.
Antsy Plum, Wiltshire, Coppin Dockray
Contemporary Lean-To, Harrogate, Doma Architects
Contour House, Derbyshire, Sanei Hopkins Architects Ltd
Covert House, London, DSDHA
Edge Hill, Newcastle upon Tyne, Sutherland Hussey Harris
Garden House, London, Hayhurst and Co.
House of Trace, London, Tsuruta Architects
Le Petit Fort, England, Hudson Architects
Modern Mews, London, Coffey Architects
Murphy House, England, Richard Murphy Architects
North Vat, England, Rodic Davidson Architects
Outhouse, Brockweir, Loyn & Co Architects
Private House Cumbria, Cumbria, Bennetts Associates
The Cheeran House, England, John Pardey Architects
The Narrow House, England, Sanei Hopkins Architects
The Owers House, Feock, John Pardey Architects
House 19, England, Jestico + Whiles
Private House 1109, Cheadle, GA Studio Architects
Tin House, London, Henning Stummel Architects
Zinc House, Dundee, LJR+H Chartered Architects
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