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RSAW director Mary Wrenn added: "People are at the heart of all the commissions represented in the 2019 shortlist.
A spokesman for RSAW said: "Warmest congratulations to all seven practices on reaching this important early stage of the RBA Awards process."
Carolyn Merrifield, president of the RSAW, who judged this stage of the competition, said: "The quality of the work was fantastic with all of the children producing really creative responses to both the brief and the place."
Established in 1966, the RSAW claims the awards set the standard for great architecture across Wales and the UK.
Mary Wrenn, director of RSAW, said the recognition was a fitting conclusion for a visionary client and a young practice "brimming with creative energy".
Silver House was awarded the Royal Society of Architects Wales Best Building of 2017, along with an RSAW award for Architecture and Client of the Year award.
The Royal Society of Architects in Wales (RSAW) sought innovative designs to help secure the future of the homes synonymous with the South Wales Valleys.
An RSAW spokesman said: "It's a small project, but with a generous and uplifting ethos.
RSAW president Andy Sutton said striking such a balance between heritage and making homes suitable for 21st-century living was a difficult task.
Robert Firth, president of the Royal Society of Architects in Wales (RSAW), said: "Of all the architecture awards, it's often the National Eisteddfod Gold Medal shortlist that means the most to Welsh architects.
The competition, organised by the Design Circle RSAW (Royal Society of Architects in Wales) South Wales branch and supported by Bridgend Council and Clear Living, will include prizes in four categories, Register your interest by calling 029 2022
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