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British Homes Awards shortlists in full

Hindmans’s Yard by FWD/Foster Lomas
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Housing developments by Project Orange, shedkm, Assael and Alison Brooks Architects are among a wealth of high-quality schemes shortlisted for this year’s British Homes Awards 

The annual awards, backed by the Sunday Times, the AJ, Building Research Establishment and the National Home Improvement Council, champion the best in UK housing design in more than a dozen categories, ranging from the best one-off house under 2,500 sq ft (232m²) to the most successful development of more than 100 homes.

The judging panel will be chaired by Robert Adam of Adam Architecture and includes Jo McCafferty of Levitt Bernstein; Jonathan Manser of The Manser Practice; Susie Rumbold, president of the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID); and Martina Lees of the Sunday Times Home section. 

The awards also feature a design competition – to create a concept for a flood-proof ‘resilient home’. A five-strong shortlist including Alma-nac and ReForm Architects has already been announced for the award (see AJ 11.08.16). Last year the design contest was won by Glasgow-based McInnes Gardner Architects.

Other winners in 2015 included Maccreanor Lavington/AHMM’s William Street Quarter project, which was named Best Affordable Housing Development, and Patel Taylor’s Luke Allsopp Square, which scooped the top prize in the Over-55s Housing category.

The winning and commended schemes for this year’s awards will be presented at the The London Marriott, Grosvenor Square on 14 October. 

Sunday Times British Homes Awards shortlist

One-Off House or extension:

Up to 2,500 sq ft

The Old Water Tower by Gresford Architects

Folds by Bureau de Change Architects 

Ansty Plum House by Coppin Dockray

Poachers Cottage by Coombes Everitt Architects 

Woodpeckers by Ström Architects 

Chattock Gardens by Khoury Architects

North Vat by Rodic Davidson Architects (pictured

North Vat by Rodic Davidson Architects

North Vat by Rodic Davidson Architects

Source: Helene Binet

Between 2,500 and 5,000 sq ft

Gasworks by Chris Dyson Architects

Infinity House by Spaced Out

Waltham Road by Hodson Architects

142 South Street by Sandy Rendel Architects

Oak Lane House by Cassion Castle Architects (pictured

Oak Lane House by Cassion Castle Architects

Oak Lane House by Cassion Castle Architects

Above 5,000 sq ft

The White House by 3S Architects 

Outhouse by Loyn & Co Architects 

Drag & Drop House by Ashton Porter Architects

Le Petit Fort by Hudson Architects (pictured)

Le Petit Fort by Hudson Architects

Le Petit Fort by Hudson Architects

 

Best House Design for multiple units

Habitat House by Habitat First Group/Featherstone Young

The Blenheim by Redrow Homes

hoUSe by Urban Splash/shedkm

The Villas at Bath Riverside by Crest Nicholson Regeneration/ Alison Brooks Architects

Hindmans’s Yard by FWD/Foster Lomas (pictured)

Hindmans’s Yard by FWD/Foster Lomas

Hindmans’s Yard by FWD/Foster Lomas

Source: Michael Franke

 

 

Interior Design in partnership with the BIID

21st Century Deco by Kia Designs 

20 Linksway by Henley Homes/Mark Willmott/Moderno Interiors

Triplex Penthouse, Parliament House by Telford Homes/Honky Design 

Valentine’s Place by Crest Nicholson London/Honky Design

Sand Dunes by Arco 2 (pictured)

 

Sand Dunes by Arco 2

Sand Dunes by Arco 2

 

Apartment Building

Great West Quarter, Final Phase by Barratt London/Assael Architecture

Millennium Terrace at GMV by Countryside/ Jestico+Whiles

Wharf Road by United Living/ Stephen Marshall Architects (pictured)

Wharf Road by United Living/ Stephen Marshall Architects

Wharf Road by United Living/ Stephen Marshall Architects

 

Conversion, Restoration or Refurbishment:

Small scale - for house/barn makeover

The Cooperage by Chris Dyson Architects

Writer’s Coach House by Intervention Architecture

Narrow House by KRT Developments/Form Studio

Frillinghurst Mill by Huw Thomas Architects (pictured)

Frillinghurst Mill by Huw Thomas Architects

Frillinghurst Mill by Huw Thomas Architects

Restoration - for listed buildings/historic houses

Lamb’s House by Groves-Raines Architects

St Martha’s Priory by Stedman Blower Architects

Whirley Hall by PH Property Holdings/Calder Peel

Sadler’s Warehouse by Elberry Properties/MH Architects

Bakery Place by Jo Cowen Architects (pictured)

Bakery Place by Jo Cowen Architects

Bakery Place by Jo Cowen Architects

Conversion/upgrading, embracing office to residential conversion

Blake Tower by Redrow/ Conran + Partners

Westlegate Tower Development by FW Properties and Soho Estates/5th Studio

The Gables by EC1 Refurbishments/Patalab Architecture

142 Bermondsey Street by Cityline Construction/Hampson Williams, Architecture (pictured

142 Bermondsey Street by Cityline Construction/Hampson Williams, Architecture

142 Bermondsey Street by Cityline Construction/Hampson Williams, Architecture

Source: Agnese Sanvito

 

Affordable Housing Development

Renaissance Code Level 6 Townhouses by Barratt London/Assael Architecture

Ilan Square, Hackney by Hill with Hanover and AIHA/ Levitt Bernstein

Bacton Low Rise Phase 1a by London Borough of Camden/Karakusevic Carson (pictured)

Bacton Low Rise Phase 1a by London Borough of Camden/Karakusevic Carson

Bacton Low Rise Phase 1a by London Borough of Camden/Karakusevic Carson

Source: Laura Cobb

 

Mixed-Use Development

Stanmore Place by St Edward Homes/ Grid Architects

Godson Street by JJCS/Edgley Design

Bristol Harbourside by Crest Nicholson Regeneration/Cullinan Studio (pictured)

Bristol Harbourside by Crest Nicholson Regeneration/Cullinan Studio

Bristol Harbourside by Crest Nicholson Regeneration/Cullinan Studio

 

Age-Restricted Development

Greenwich Housing by Royal Borough of Greenwich/ Bell Phillips Architects

Penhurst Gardens by Beechcroft Developments

Bruyn’s Court by Thurrock Council Housing/ Bell Phillips Architects (pictured)


Bruyn’s Court by Thurrock Council Housing/ Bell Phillips Architects

Bruyn’s Court by Thurrock Council Housing/ Bell Phillips Architects

 

 

Innovation Award for Building Technology

Anstey Hall Barns by Hill Bespoke/David Miller Architects

hoUSe by Urban Splash/shedkm (pictured)

 

hoUSe by Urban Splash/shedkm

hoUSe by Urban Splash/shedkm

 

Landscape Development

Fulham Riverside by Barratt London/Fabrik

Goodman’s Fields by Berkeley Homes/Murdoch Wickham

Woolley Hall by Millgate Homes (pictured)

Woolley Hall by Millgate Homes

Woolley Hall by Millgate Homes

 

Development of the Year:

Up to 100 homes - houses/apartments

Hindman’s Yard by FWD/Foster Lomas

Artisan by Dukelease Properties/Rolfe Judd

Foundry Mews by Marston Properties/Project Orange (pictured)

Foundry Mews by Marston Properties/Project Orange

Foundry Mews by Marston Properties/Project Orange

Above 100 homes - houses/apartments

Polnoon by Mactaggart and Mickel/Proctor and Matthews Architects

Tregunnel Hill by Duchy of Cornwall/C G Fry and Son/Morrish Builders/ADAM Architecture

Trafalgar Place by Lendlease/dRMM

Renaissance Lewisham by Barratt London/Assael Architecture (pictured)

Renaissance Lewisham by Barratt London/Assael Architecture

Renaissance Lewisham by Barratt London/Assael Architecture

 

Housing Project

St Andrew’s Park Phase 1V by St Modwen Homes/Stride Treglown

RNIB Redhill by RNIB & Countryside/ Gardner Stewart Architects

Westmoreland House & Carriageworks, Bristol by Fifth Capital London/Assael Architecture (pictured)

Battersea Square by York Place Buildings/Assael Architecture

Westmoreland House & Carriageworks, Bristol by Fifth Capital London/Assael Architecture

Westmoreland House & Carriageworks, Bristol by Fifth Capital London/Assael Architecture

 

 

 

The Resilient Home Design Competition with BRE

Fresh House by Steve Algar/Quorus PGL

A Home for all Seasons by JTP LLP/Ed Barsley

Village Green to Village Blue by BACA Architects

The Adaptable House by Alma-nac

Lifted House by ReForm Architects

 

 

 

 

 

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