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Richard Holden of Holden & Partners

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Richard Holden of Holden & Partners has won the Downland Prize for the best new or adapted building in the south or south-east of England. He completely reconfigured a 1950s speculative house in Wimbledon, London SW19 for himself and his wife, creating double-height rooms, a new entrance and additional space. This was one of 60 entries for the prize, organised by the riba South East Region and sponsored by Ibstock, which aims to draw attention to the high quality and value that architects can bring to a small building project. Second prize went to Adrian James Architects for a four-bedroom house with boat dock on the Thames at Caversham.

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