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THE WAY WE LIVE NOW

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The winners of the the Mail on Sunday National Homebuilder Design Awards 2004, sponsored by The Architects' Journal, were announced last Friday. Michael Manser chaired a panel of judges which included John Assael, Robert Adam and AJ editor Isabel Allen. For more information visit www. newhomesuk. info

1.BEST HOUSE (3 storeys or more) The Hazeltine, Kings Hill Park, Kent Clague for Environ Sunley

2. BEST INTERIOR DESIGN Huf Haus Peter Huf for Huf Haus

3. BEST RENOVATION AND CONVERSION 100 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 Assael Architecture for Crest Nicholson

4. BEST RETIREMENT DEVELOPMENT Bemerton Farm, Salisbury Wiltshire ALP Architects for Beechcroft Developments

5. BEST HOUSE (1 or 2 storeys) House Three at Petersham, Surrey Terry Farrell & Partners for Berkeley Homes

6.BEST APARTMENT BUILDING Brewery Square, London EC1 Hamilton Associates for Berkeley Homes

7. BEST HOUSE OF THE FUTURE The Hazeltine, Kings Hill Park, Kent Clague for Environ Sunley

8. BEST USE OF A BROWNFIELD SITE Angel Waterside, London N1 (formerly known as Harris Wharf ) Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects for Groveworld and PTE Property

9.BEST MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth Amos Partnership for Berkeley Homes

10. BEST SOCIAL HOUSING DEVELOPMENT Beaufort Court, Lillie Road, London SW6 Feilden Clegg Bradley for Peabody Trust

11. BEST SMALL HOUSING DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR Collison Place, London N16 Julian Cowie Architects for Space Homes

12. BEST LARGE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR Waters Edge, Shaldon, Devon Harrison Sutton Partnership for Midas Homes

13. BEST LANDSCAPING OF A DEVELOPMENT Snowdenham Hall, Bramley, Surrey MWR for Michael Wilson Restorations

14. BEST HOUSING PROJECT OF THE YEAR Accordia, Cambridge Feilden Clegg Bradley for Countryside Properties

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