The Public Choice Award marks the launch of the annual RIAI Architecture Awards, now in their 33rd year, which celebrate excellence in the design and delivery of buildings. Award categories include Adaptation and Re-Use/Conservation, Cultural & Public Buildings, International, Learning Environments, Living, Public Space, Wellbeing, Workplace & Fit-Out, Research, Urban Design & Master Planning, and Universal Design.
There are 31 projects on this year’s shortlist, all of which were designed by RIAI-Registered Architects and were completed in 2021.
This year sees strong regional representation with buildings and public spaces located across the country in Carlow, Cork, Donegal, Dublin, Wicklow Kilkenny, Meath and Westmeath, as well as internationally in London and Liverpool, UK, and Chicago, USA.
Online voting is now open, and all of the Public Choice projects are available to view on the RIAI website at RIAI Public Choice Award 2022. Voting closes on midnight 21 June and the Winner will be announced on 23 June by RIAI President, Charlotte Sheridan.
The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) is a champion for quality architecture for the benefit of everyone in society. The RIAI is the registration and support body for architects in Ireland and provides support for architectural technologists.