||||||||“The perfect balance between continuity and change”|The new building incorporates key features of its predecessor|The solar shading featuring 105 Liverpudlians|The public spaces were praised for being both welcoming and generous|A writers room within the theatre|Natural materials and subtle lighting in the public bar|The auditorium was built with bricks reclaimed from the shell of the chapel that the original theatre was built within||
17 Oct 2014

Haworth Tompkins wins Stirling Prize for Everyman

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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