The Royal Institute of British Architects gives out the award each year to the UK’s best new building.
An eco-friendly council estate in Norwich has scooped 2019’s prestigious Riba Stirling Prize for architecture. The estate, called Goldsmith Street, is made up of almost 100 ultra low-energy homes for Norwich City Council. It beat the likes of London Bridge Station and the Nevill Holt Opera, Market Harborough, to the prize.
You may also be interested to see some more information about the project and a video of this years RIBA Stirling Award winner which features a fantastic and inspirational affordable homes development.