Alphabeta wins RIBA London Award 2016
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For 50  years the RIBA awards and prizes have celebrated the best architecture in the UK and around the world. After careful assessment by one of four regional juries, Alphabeta was selected as one of the 68 buildings shortlisted in the Capital.

On Tuesday evening at the Stirling Prize nominated University of Greenwich, The Royal Institute of British Architects announced Alphabeta winner of the London Awards 2016.

Colorminium’s involvement commenced once outline design had been completed by the architect Studio RHE and planning permission was received. Working with a European window system that had hardly been utilised within the UK, we were responsible for the surveying, design, manufacture and installation of over 500 high specification replacement windows and the full structural glass atrium package.