RESULTS 2019


SMALL HOUSE OF THE YEAR

Winner

THE SUTTONS

RX ARCHITECTS

The Suttons is a newly built beach house in Camber Sands, East Sussex. The house's design centred on several key principles: a functional family space, a building that can withstand the extreme environment, to maximise the views of a sandy beach surrounded by undulating sand dunes and working to sustainable principles. The house's desi...

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FINALIST

CORK HOUSE

Matthew Barnett Howland with Dido Milne and Oliver Wilton

FINALIST

EARL'S COURT HOUSE

Sophie Hicks Architects

FINALIST

WATER MEADOW

Mathew Ingham Design / Kate Jackson Architects

FINALIST

WITTERING HOUSE, ADOLPHUS ROAD

gpad london

LARGE HOUSE OF THE YEAR

Winner

A RESTORATIVE RURAL RETREAT FOR SARTFELL

Foster Lomas

The client created a brief with a long-term strategy for the restoration, conservation and management of the 7.5 acres of nature reserve on Sartfell Mountain.Foster Lomas’ response to the site goes back to their research and experience of drystone construction while working in the Abruzzo region of Italy. Building on this vernacular te...

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Highly Commended

CREEK HOUSE

AR Design Studio

Highly Commended

LONG HOUSE

Bureau de Change architects

FINALIST

ORCHARD HOUSE

Beasley Dickson Architects

FINALIST

THE LONGHOUSE HESLINGTON YORK

Bramhall Blenkharn Architects

HOME EXTENSION OF THE YEAR

Winner

CLAPHAM HOUSE

kaap studio architects

The scheme consists of a two storey glass addition to a Victorian double-fronted detached house situated in a south-west London conservation area. Refurbishment works were carried out throughout the property.The existing kitchen and dining space was cramped with a poor connection to the garden and low ceilings, while an old balcony was...

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FINALIST

ALGIERS ROAD

Gruff Architects

FINALIST

CAMBRIDGE HOUSE

McLaren Excell

FINALIST

DAMSON FELL

Crosby Granger Architects

FINALIST

FROG CASTLE

Scott Donald Architecture

FINALIST

HAMPSTEAD HOUSE

McLaren Excell

FINALIST

REPOUSSOIR

con | form architects

HOME TRANSFORMATION OF THE YEAR

Winner

BRICK BARNS

McLaren Excell

Brick Barns are the principal buildings forming part of a late Victorian farm situated high in the Chiltern hills. The Grade II listed barns comprise artisanal brickwork, cast iron tracery and louvred windows. Two primary considerations shaped the overall layout – the existing first floor structure and the original perimeter louvred wi...

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Highly Commended

BATTERSEA HOUSE

Proctor & Shaw

FINALIST

BOSCASTLE ROAD

Finkernagel Ross

FINALIST

BRICK BARNS

McLaren Excell

Brick Barns are the principal buildings forming part of a late Victorian farm situated high in the Chiltern hills. The Grade II listed barns comprise artisanal brickwork, cast iron tracery and louvred windows. Two primary considerations shaped the overall layout – the existing first floor structure and the original perimeter louvred wi...

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FINALIST

SASH HOUSE

Tigg + Coll Architect

FINALIST

WILLOWBROOK

Paul Archer Design

SMART HOME OF THE YEAR

FINALIST

COUNTRY HOME - LONG BARN

TwentyTwo Integration, Deborah Kamel

FINALIST

ECO LUX COUNTRY ESTATE Environ

Environ

FINALIST

HI TECH FAMILY HOME

Environ

The client is keen on technology and, because the house in central London is used by many members of the same family, flexibility, dedicated sources and privacy were high on the list of specifications. A key part of the installation is the user interface, which was designed, built and installed having been replicated from an interface ...

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FINALIST

RIVERSDALE

Multiroom Media

FINALIST

THE VICARAGE

SONA Projects

BEST INTERIOR DESIGN: INDIVIDUAL HOME (UNDER £500,000)

Winner

FOXGROVE ROAD

The Vawdrey House

This double fronted Victorian villa was an impressive home, but it still had a small dark kitchen ‘below stairs’ at the rear - with no real connection to the rest of the house, or to the garden. Because the kitchen was there the family tended to live in this small dark room, without really using the rest of the living spaces. The whole...

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FINALIST

BEDWARDINE ROAD

Robert Rhodes Architecture + Interiors

BEST INTERIOR DESIGN: INDIVIDUAL HOME (OVER £500,000)

Winner

AN EXQUISITE FAMILY HOME

K&H Design

FINALIST

BELGRAVIA HOUSE

SHH

FINALIST

CHISWICK REFURBISHMENT

Purple Design

BEST INTERIOR DESIGN: DEVELOPMENT

Winner

THE FLORAL COURT COLLECTION

CAPCO (CAPITAL & COUNTIES PROPERTIES)

The Floral Court Collection transforms a historic building, which in its heyday was the Westminster Fire Office, into 31 homes. The architects, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF), seamlessly blended a heritage building with new build, creating homes with a unique character and individual feel. Nestled on the top floor of The Floral Cou...

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FINALIST

BRX

Network Homes

FINALIST

CHELSEA WATERFRONT

Morpheus London

FINALIST

PENTHOUSE 701 BURLINGTON GATE

Native Land

FINALIST

PETITE ROUTE DE CAMPAGNE

HONKY DESIGN

FINALIST

SUMRAY ROW, HAMPSTEAD MANOR

Mount Anvil

BEST GARDEN/LANDSCAPING DESIGN

Winner

LONDON DOCK: PHASE 1

PATEL TAYLOR

London Dock is a revamp of Wapping’s historic docklands into a thriving urban district. Before opening, the 15-acre site had been closed to the public since 1799. A walled compound subsequently hosted dock functions, warehouses and the News International printworks. The key to unlocking the site was through a new grid of pathways, publ...

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FINALIST

HASELEY MANOR

Spitfire Bespoke Homes

FINALIST

OAKFIELD VILLAGE AT KINGSBROOK

Barratt and David Wilson Homes North Thames

FINALIST

TADPOLE GARDEN VILLAGE

Crest Nicholson

FINALIST

THE FARTHINGS

Beechcroft Developments

HOUSING CRISIS SOLUTION

Winner

NOTTINGHAM CITY HOMES 2050 PILOT

Studio Partington

City Homes 2050 Pilot project has transformed 10 hard-to-heat, socially rented homes into desirable, warm and affordable homes for Nottingham City Homes for £650,000.Applying the Energiesprong approach in the UK for the first time, the project shows how revenue can be diverted from utilities to the construction industry to help address...

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FINALIST

CHAPEL RIVERSIDE

Hugg Homes

FINALIST

MAPLETON CRESCENT SW18

Pocket Living

FINALIST

WOOTTON WAWEN

Morton Wykes Kramer

Photo credit: Paul Nicholls

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SMALL DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR

Winner

THE INTERLOCK

BUREAU DE CHANGE ARCHITECTS

Riding House Street hosts an extraordinary breadth of architectural styles. From John Nash’s All Souls Church at its most easterly point, the street skips haphazardly from 19th Century terraces to post war commercial buildings; concrete slab structures and 20th Century apartment blocks. Located in London’s Fitzrovia, where Riding House...

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FINALIST

AIKIN VILLAS

Stephen Taylor Architects for Hackney Council

FINALIST

BENBOW YARD COURTYARD HOUSES

FORMstudio

FINALIST

HAWLEY MEWS

Goldcrest Homes

FINALIST

LIBERTON BARNS

Glencairn Properties LTD & LBA

BEST COMMUNITY LIVING

Winner

COLBY LODGE

Pollard Thomas Edwards

In 1527 Sir George Monoux purchased land and built thirteen almshouses, a school and a "feast room". Colby Lodge is an evolution of this traditional almshouse, retains the virtues of shelter and security while providing social spaces for residents and communal facilities that can be opened to the local community, without compromising r...

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FINALIST

FINBERRY

Crest Nicholson

BEST HOUSING PARTNERSHIP

Winner

WILTON HILL / ERSKINE PARK

REDROW HOMES

The UK’s first major housing development built to support veterans and service leavers transitioning to civilian life has transformed an ex-military base in Wilton, Wiltshire into a thriving new community. The military is the county's biggest single employer with some 56,000 ex-service people now choosing to live in the area. Housing b...

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FINALIST

BERRY COURT

Bournemouth Development Company

FINALIST

KEYBRIDGE

Mount Anvil and A2Dominion

FINALIST

PACKINGTON SQUARE

The Hyde Group and Rydon

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR

Winner

CLIMATE INNOVATION DISTRICT

Citu Developments LLP

The first of its kind in the UK, phase I of the Climate Innovation District in Leeds comprises more than 121 zero-carbon houses and two timber-framed apartment buildings, situated in a green landscape in the city centre. For this project, Citu Developments partnered with White Arkitekter, renowned for sustainable placemaking, timber fr...

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APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR

Winner

HAND AXE YARD

Material Architects

A new build, mixed-use development on the site of a former warehouse within London's King's Cross conservation area, this high-density, car-free development sits between numerous listed buildings and the council post-war Birkenhead housing estate. The development is in a complex, confined urban site with many constraints and is overloo...

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FINALIST

21 YOUNG STREET

Assael Architecture

FINALIST

BELVEDERE GARDENS, SOUTHBANK PLACE

Braeburn Estates

FINALIST

KINGS CROSS QUARTER

Regal London

FINALIST

QUEBEC WAY, CANADA WATER

Assael Architecture

FINALIST

THE FLORAL COURT COLLECTION

Capco (Capital & Counties Properties)

MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR

Winner

BRIXTON CENTRIC

Muse Developments, Lambeth Council and Cartwright Pickard

Brixton Centric is a mixed-use development in the centre of Brixton, London, that includes 94 new build apartments and the complete restoration of a historic art-deco building into 26 characterful new homes, a modern and sustainable new civic building for Lambeth Council and sensitive refurbishment of the Grade II Listed Lambeth Town H...

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FINALIST

DALSTON LANE TERRACE

Child Graddon Lewis

FINALIST

HAND AXE YARD

Material Architects

FINALIST

MACPHERSON APARTMENTS / BETHNAL GREEN MISSION CHURCH

Gatti Routh Rhodes, Bethnal Green Mission Church and Thornsett Group.

FINALIST

SOUTHBANK PLACE

Braeburn Estates

DEVELOPMENT TRANSFORMATION OF THE YEAR

Winner

THE GREEN

Placefirst

The Green in Hartlepool has transformed an area of housing market failure into a thriving neighbourhood of family homes set around a new urban park. Created through remodelling and refurbishment of over 175 empty properties, The Green has set a new quality benchmark for lower income households reliant on renting. The Green was one of f...

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Highly Commended

IVOR HOUSE, BRIXTON CENTRIC

Muse Developments, Lambeth Council and Cartwright Pickard

FINALIST

HAMPSTEAD MANOR

Mount Anvil, Suna Interior Design

FINALIST

KORDA HOUSE, DENHAM FILM STUDIOS

Weston Homes

FINALIST

MILTON HALL, BATTERSEA

Tigg Coll Architects

FINALIST

WALLIS FIELDS

AHR

REGENERATION SCHEME OF THE YEAR

Winner

BOW GARDEN SQUARE

Poplar HARCA and Telford Homes

Bow Garden Square, the result of a partnership between Poplar HARCA, Telford Homes and the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, has transformed the former East End Burdett Estate.This regeneration project has signalled a fresh start for the area with a state-of-the-art primary school and nursery around which are arranged a collection of st...

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FINALIST

BOW RIVER VILLAGE

Southern Housing Group

FINALIST

ROMAN FIELDS, TWECHAR

Places for People

FINALIST

THE ORDNANCE YARD

Elite Homes

FINALIST

THE PAVILIONS, 351 CALEDONIAN ROAD

Jestico + Whiles

FINALIST

THE RIDGEWAY

Network Homes

DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR (UNDER £10M)

FINALIST

ALDERMASTON WHARF

Stride Treglown

FINALIST

FIREPOOL LOCK AREA D

Stride Treglown

FINALIST

THE GREEN

Placefirst

Only three years ago, the area now known as The Green was a long-standing area of housing market failure. Over 200 empty properties had been assembled under the former HMRI Pathfinder and in some cases, properties had been sat empty for over a decade. The high concentration of empty homes in a relatively small area had significant soci...

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DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR (OVER £10M)

Winner

THE PAVILIONS, 351 CALEDONIAN ROAD

Jestico + Whiles

The Pavilions, 351 Caledonian Road in the London Borough of Islington provides 156 sustainable homes of which 60 are for affordable rent and shared ownership, with the remainder for private rent with a significant proportion of larger units including four-bedroom apartments. Developed on a derelict railway embankment site, previously c...

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FINALIST

21 YOUNG STREET

Assael Architecture

FINALIST

CAMBIUM

Scott Brownrigg

FINALIST

FULHAM REACH

St George

FINALIST

MAPLETON CRESCENT SW18 Pocket Living

Pocket Living

FINALIST

SOUTHBANK PLACE

Braeburn Estates

FINALIST

THE CRESCENT AT DONALDSON'S

CALA Homes (East)