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RIBA Stirling Prize: The Profession Reacts

By Laura Mark. Richard Waite (The Architect's Journal)

The profession reacts to the decision to award the 2016 RIBA Stirling Prize to Caruso St John’s Newport Street Gallery


Mark Kelly, director at Arney Fender Katsalidis

’I congratulate all of the shortlisted colleagues who are acknowledged for their individual contribution to the significance of this award.'

’Alas there must be only one winner, however, the real winner is the profession of architecture.'

’The public are now a great part of this event and are equally interested in the outcome. It has become internationally recognised as has that very British capability and skill.'

’Congratulations to Caruso St John, but perhaps the greatest winner is the profession and Architecture with a very capital A.’

 

Read the article at: https://goo.gl/GXabNU