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British Homes Awards finalists revealed


An eclectic mix of proposals by architects including CF Moller, McInnes Gardner and Emrys Architects, have been shortlisted in a contest to design the next generation of garden city homes

The competition, which was run in partnership with the AJ and forms part of the annual Sunday Times British Homes Awards, called for innovative designs for standard house types which will be built as part of a Redrow housing development.

The six shortlisted teams drew up plans for ‘replicable’, three-bedroom houses which would cost less than £200,000 and could be built in volumne within a new garden city.

The shortlist

  • Almond Place by Rodney Black Design Studios
  • ArcHouse by McInnes Gardner
  • Growing Home by WAP Architects
  • Hanging Gardens House by somorjay talliss
  • The Hundred Year Home by C.F. Moller
  • The Garden Villa by Emrys Architects

Vote for the scheme which should win

The winners will be announced at a lunch at the London Marriott in Grosvenor Square on 16 October.

British Homes Awards


Readers' comments (3)

  • what a sad state o affairs

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  • It doesn't say much for the competition if the most interesting architects working in this particular field at the moment (Mae, Alison Brookes, Patel Taylor et al) haven't entered.

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  • I agree with the above - not a great selection there!

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