NEO Bankside, a scheme by Roger Stirk Harbour + Partners with John Robertson Architects has been nominated for the Stirling Prize. The RIBA Stirling Prize, seen as the UK’s most prestigious architecture prize is presented to the architects of the building that has made the greatest contribution to the evolution of architecture in the past year.
JRA collaborated with Roger Stirk Harbour + Partners as executive architects to deliver the scheme, a residential new build next to Tate Modern on London’s Bankside for Grosvenor and Native Land.
NEO Bankside is one of just six shortlisted buildings, commended for its innovative exoskeleton an ‘exceptionally-executed crafted detail’ by the RIBA institute president, Steven Hodder.
The nomination comes in the wake of recent accolades for the scheme including a RIBA National Award 2015 and RIBA London Award 2015. The winner of the Stirling Prize will be announced the awards ceremony on 15th October.