|||||||||||||“The combination of Sheila’s quiet, studied rationalism and John’s fluent, rhetorical constructivism quickly made its mark.”|O’Donnell and Tuomey’s Saw Swee Hock Student Centre is up for this year’s Stirling Prize ©Alex Bland|Its shape is defined by the sightlines down surrounding streets, giving it a real presence from Kingsway and Lincoln’s Inn Fields.|The building makes the best of its awkward setting within narrow medieval streets behind Aldwych|A spiral staircase contrasts with the exterior’s brickwork ©Alex Bland|Saw Swee Hock marks the duo’s fifth Stirling Prize nomination|The Lyric Theatre in Belfast, Northern Ireland.|An Gaeláras in Derry, Northern Ireland|An Gaeláras in Derry, Northern Ireland|Lewis Glucksman Gallery in Cork|Lewis Glucksman Gallery in Cork|Ranelagh Multi-Denominational School in Dublin||

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