Rob Mawson

Partner + Architect , MAP Architecture

Rob is a co-founding partner of MAP. He has a passion for retrofit, education and conservation projects. He is also an advocate for improving mental health in architecture and the built environment.  For the last 13 years he has been based in London working on a range of education, cultural and residential sector projects, including RIBA East Shortlisted Creek Cabin, a flood resilient home in the Suffolk Broads AONB, the National Maritime Museum Conservation Centre and an award-winning, multi-million pound campus redevelopment for the University of Hertfordshire.  Rob is working on a series of projects in London, including a substantial retrofit of a Grade II listed building in Bayswater and a net zero entrance building for a school in Dulwich.  

Why do you think the British Homes Awards are important? How to they stand out against other awards in the industry? 

BHA's are a brilliant way to celebrate the significant amount of work it takes to create high quality architecture. I really love the British Homes Awards as they celebrate the project, rather than a specific person within the team. It feels like the awards acknowledge the end result is the work of many differing professionals and people.