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JMP's Void Practice Rooms shortlisted for RIBA Awards for London 2011

John McAslan + Partners' (JMP) Void Practice Rooms at the Royal Academy of Music (RAM) have been shortlisted for the RIBA Awards for London 2011.

Completed in 2009, the £1.3 million building is a bronze-clad extension to the Royal Academy of Music's historic estate and follows JMP's major remodelling of the world renowned institution.
Designed as a modern, angular companion to the existing zinc-clad concert hall, which was also designed by JMP, The Void Practice Rooms houses music practice rooms and a new opera acoustic room. The 378  sqm structure was conceived as a "single cell" element of contrasting yet sympathetic form that fits into place between the main RAM building, the Jack Lyons theatre, and Burton's terraces.
The Void Practice Rooms is one of 55 schemes shortlisted from a total of 114 submitted entries for the RIBA Awards for London. As well as RIBA Awards, the project will also be eligible for three special awards; RIBA London Building of the Year, the English Heritage Award for Sustaining the Historic Environment and the Design for London Client of the Year Award.
JMP's RSA Academy has also been shortlisted for the RIBA Awards for the West Midlands and the Charles Carter Building has been shortlisted for the RIBA Awards for the North West.
Award winners will be announced at a ceremony at the V&A on the 19th May 2011

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