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RIBA Gold Medal 2014

O’Donnell + Tuomey

30/11/2014


The Irish partners Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey have received the RIBA Gold Medal, one of the most prestigious of architectural prizes. Given yearly since 1848 by the Royal Institute of British Architects, in representation of the British monarch, it acknowledges professionals who have contributed substantially to architecture. Since they set up their practice in 1988, having worked, among others, with James Stirling and Alan Colquhoun, O’Donnell and Tuomey have developed their career in the British Isles, with milestones like the Irish Film Institute in Dublin, the Lyric Theatre in Belfast, or the Swee Hock Students’ Centre in London, recently featured in this magazine (see Arquitectura Viva 162).


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