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AJ Retrofit Awards finalists revealed Part 1: Houses

The AJ can reveal the first set of finalists vying for this year’s ‘retrofit Oscars’. Today: Houses

Over the next week we will be announcing all the projects shortlisted for the AJ Retrofit Awards 2017 – starting with the three house categories.

Among the schemes in the running are Spheron Architects’ Urban Hermitage, the recreation of a remote Belgian monastery in a London studio flat; an addition to a Grade II-listed barn in Hampshire by Adam Knibb Architects; and a house extension by 2013 AJ Small Projects winner Laura Dewe Mathews.

Last year the coveted Retrofit of the Year prize was handed to Allford Hall Monaghan Morris’s £2.9 million revamp of Liverpool’s Royal Court Theatre.

The 2017 winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at The Brewery in London on 13 September (for more information click here). The AJ Retrofit Awards are sponsored by Sapa Building Systems, Cantifix and Schlüter-Systems.

House under £250,000

  • 65 Bluehouse Lane by Andrew Paine Architecture
  • The Grim House (Phase 1) by Checa Romero Architects
  • The Miner’s Cottages by Design Storey
  • Barn-ish Brighton-ish by Hayhurst and Co.
  • Mill Row by Holland Harvey Architects
  • Feeringbury Barn Silo by Hudson Architects and Ben Coode-Adams
  • 106 St Margarets Grove by RUFFARCHITECTS
  • Fernaig Cottage by Scampton & Barnett
  • Urban Hermitage by Spheron Architects
  • Sun Rain Rooms by Tonkin Liu

House under £250,000 finalist: Feeringbury Barn Silo by Hudson Architects

House under £250,000 finalist: Feeringbury Barn Silo by Hudson Architects

House under £250,000 finalist: Feeringbury Barn Silo by Hudson Architects and Ben Coode-Adams

House under £500,000

  • Hurdle House by Adam Knibb Architects
  • The Alresford Project by Back to Front Exterior Design
  • Brook House Studio by Field Architecture
  • Felsham Road by Giles & Pike Architects
  • Unique Apartment Refurbishment by InsideOut
  • Pages Lane by Kirkwood McCarthy
  • Rylett Studios by McLaren Excell
  • Gallery House by Neil Dusheiko Architects
  • Defoe Road by Paper House Project
  • Scenario House by Scenario Architecture

House under £500,000 finalist: Hurdle House by Adam Knibb Architects

House under £500,000 finalist: Hurdle House by Adam Knibb Architects

House under £500,000 finalist: Hurdle House by Adam Knibb Architects

House over £500,000 (sponsored by Cantifix)

  • The Cooperage by Chris Dyson Architects
  • De Beauvoir House by Cousins & Cousins Architects
  • Church Hill Barn by David Nossiter Architects
  • Jack Mill House by Featherstone Young Architects
  • Victorian Remix by Guarnieri Architects
  • Oak Lined House by Knox Bhavan Architects
  • Hide House by Laura Dewe Mathews Architecture
  • House in West London by Madoc Architecture
  • Kew House by McLaren Excell

House over £500,000 finalist: Church Hill Barn by David Nossiter Architects

House over £500,000 finalist: Church Hill Barn by David Nossiter Architects

House over £500,000 finalist: Church Hill Barn by David Nossiter Architects

 

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