Bridge Theatre Wins Two Awards 21.05.18

Haworth Tompkins have won two awards for the Bridge Theatre, our new venue near Tower Bridge for the London Theatre Company. On Tuesday we won an RIBA London Award; these are given to UK buildings who have regional importance as a piece of architecture. RIBA National Award winners are announced next month. On Wednesday, we won an RICS Award in the category of Design through Innovation. The judges said “the project is an excellent example of how creativity, integrated design and fabrication, along with collaborative working can achieve something that would have been impossible with traditional methods of procurement and construction”.

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