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Alison Brooks named 'supreme winner' at the Housing Design Awards

[VIDEO] Alison Brooks Architects’ Newhall Be took home the top gong at the Housing Design Awards last night (5 July)

The AJ Women Architect of the Year 2013, Alison Brooks was named ‘supreme winner’ for the Newhall Be 85 unit housing scheme in Harlow, Essex.

David Mikhail, OMI, Sheppard Robson, Proctor and Matthews, PRP and Richards Partington also won awards in the completed schemes category at the ceremony in the Stirling Prize nominated Central Saint Martins in King’s Cross, London.

Supreme Winner Newhall Be by Alison Brooks Architects

Mayor’s Housing Design Guide Award Church Walk, Stoke Newington, by David Mikhail Architects

Completed Winner Derwenthorpe Phase 1, York, by Richards Partington Architects

Graham Pye Award Buzzards Mouth Court, Barking Riverside, Sheppard Robson

Completed Winner Mastin Moor Residential High Support Unit, Chesterfield, by OMI Architects


Richard Feilden Award Hargood Close, Colchester, by Proctor and Matthews


Completed HAPPI Award Buccleuch House by Levitt Bernstein

Completed HAPPI Award Prince Charles House, St Austell, by PRP Architects

Project Winners

Community Consultation Award Evolution South, Barnet by Maccreanor Lavington

Project HAPPI Award Buccleuth House by Levitt Bernstein

Project Winner Roding Lane North by Metropolitan Workshop

Project Winner Middle Row Mixed by Penoyre & Prasad

Project Winner The Malings, Newcastle on Tyne by Ash Sakula Architects

Project Winner Long Road, Cambridge by Tate Hindle

Project Winner Church Fields, Leeds by John R Paley Associates

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