Previous Haringey Design Awards
- Design Awards 2018
- Design Awards 2016
- Design Awards 2012
- Design Awards 2008
- Design Awards 2005
- Further Information
The Haringey Design Awards are one of the main ways in which the council seeks to encourage good quality design of buildings and neighbourhoods. The awards recognise excellence in design in developments across the borough - with categories covering homes; green building; community; regeneration, place, and landscape.
The overall winner of the 2018 Haringey Design Awards was Alexandra Palace Theatre, by architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios for Willmott Dixon and Alexandra Palace and Park Charitable Trust (APPCT).
See the Design Awards 2018 pages for details of the overall winner, category winners and other shortlisted schemes.
The overall winner of the 2016 Haringey Design Awards was Broadwaters Inclusive Learning Community, by Gollifer Langston Architects for London Borough of Haringey.
See the Design Awards 2016 pages for details of the overall winner, category winners and other shortlisted schemes.
The overall winner of the 2016 Haringey Design Awards was Heartlands High School, by T P Bennett architects - nominated as a green building and best non-residential building.
See the Design Awards 2012 page for details of the overall winner, category winners and other shortlisted schemes.
These were the second Haringey Design Awards.
The winners were:
- Finsbury Park Improvements (N4)
- The Triangle Children's Centre (N15)
- The Broadwater Farm Children's Centre (N17)
- New housing at Sakura Drive (N22)
The first Haringey Design Awards were held in 2005.
The winners were:
- Alexandra Park School (N11)
- Northumberland Park Neighbourhood Resource Centre (N17)
- Tottenham Green (N15)
- The Three Compasses (N8)
- Highgate School (N6)
For further information about the awards please contact the Housing, Design and Major Projects Team:
Tel: 020 8489 1479
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