London’s Angel Building shortlisted for RIBA award

The Angel Building shortlisted for Stirling Prize award.

London office space nominated for prestigious architecture award.

Clerkenwell’s Angel Building has been added to the RIBA Stirling Prize shortlist. The accolade is awarded to examples of exceptional architecture around the world. It is considered by most to be the most prestigious architecture and design award available. The Angel Building has been shortlisted following recent refurbishment work.

The commercial property was commissioned by Derwent London and belongs to Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM). The Angel Building is Derwent London’s largest redevelopment to date and includes 260,000 square feet of office space in the Clerkenwell. Current tenants include Cancer Research, Expedia, Sage and NG Bailey.

The building was completed during 2010 and has already received numerous awards and recognition. Some of the accolades it has garnered include the NLA New London Award, RIBA Award for Architecture, the BCO award for Refurbished and Recycled Workspace and was highly commended at the Civic Trust Awards 2011.

The Angel Building is one of six critically acclaimed buildings to be shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize. The winner will be announced on 1st October at the Magna Science Adventure Centre in Rotherham and will be covered and broadcast in a special edition of The Culture Show on BBC 2 the following day.

AHMM have a good track record for award when it comes to their properties. Previous awards include a RIBA Award for architecture for The Yellow Building in Notting Hill and Camden’s Clearwater Yard which also won a RIBA Award for architecture.

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