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A bus station in Lancashire, a small pavilion on the site where King John sealed the Magna Carta, and a whisky distillery with a wavelike roof are among the winners of this year's 2019 RIBA National Awards for architecture.
Today, the Royal Institute of British Architects reveals the 54 winners of the awards, which have been presented since 1966.
1960s - Bus - Station - Preston - Redevelopment
As well as the 1960s' bus station, in Preston, they include a vast redevelopment of London Bridge, one of the capital's busiest transport terminals, and a significant investment in cultural landmarks - such as V&A Dundee.
Another is the Painted Hall in the Old Royal Navy College in Greenwich, southeast London, known as 'Britain's answer to the Sistine Chapel' because of its illustrated ceiling, finished in 1726.
Sir - James - Thornhill - Dome - St
Sir James Thornhill (who also decorated the dome at St Paul’s cathedral) spent the best part of 20 years painting the hall’s 40,000 square feet...
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