Haringey Design Awards 2021

The search for the borough's best buildings is underway!

These are the 6th Haringey Design Awards, which celebrate excellent design in developments across the borough - with accolades up for grabs in categories covering homes, green buildings, heritage and regeneration, as well as a single overall winner.

2021 shortlist

The search for the borough's best buildings is now down to a shortlist of 31 projects across 7 categories. Some of the best buildings are shortlisted in more than 1 category.

Our independent judging panel will decide the winners of the awards on 2 October 2021. We will announce the winners of each category and an overall winner at the awards ceremony on 19 October 2021.

You can see the schemes that have been shortlisted for each category below.

Award ceremony details

Please note that a ticket is required to attend this event.

  • 5pm - Welcome reception 
  • 6.30pm - Award ceremony starts 
  • 10pm - Event ends 

For any questions or to purchase additional tickets (priced at £20) please email HDA@haringey.gov.uk
 

 

Haringey Design Awards 2021 categories

The 31 projects shortlisted in 7 different categories for the Haringey Design Awards 2021 are now known. Some of the best buildings are shortlisted in more than 1 category.

The winners of each category, along with an overall winner for 2021 will be announced at the awards ceremony to be held on 19 October 2021.

You can see the schemes that have been shortlisted for each category here.

Sustainable Building Award

Developments that address the climate emergency, promote sustainability and protecting/improving the natural environment, green buildings, low or zero-carbon buildings.

Shortlisted for 2021:

  • Angle House
  • Green House
  • Blossom Court, St Ann’s Hospital Project
  • SoloHaus Foundation 200 Ermine Road

Heritage Award
 

A project that is exemplary of the highest standards of listed or locally listed building restoration, extension, adaptive re-use, retrofit, shop front improvement or any other good example of historic building conservation, including projects in conservation areas, completed in the last 3 years.

Shortlisted for 2021:

  • Hornsey Library
  • North Hill Retaining Wall
  • Former St Ann's Road Police Station
  • Tottenham Hotspurs - Warmington House
  • Muswell Hill Edwardian House

Inclusive Design Award

The best new inclusive design, including good examples of buildings achieving physical accessibility, social accessibility and community accessibility, completed in the last 3 years.

Shortlisted for 2021:

  • The Archives Tottenham Hale 
  • Blossom Court, St Ann’s Hospital Project 
  • Hornsey Library
  • Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and Tottenham Experience

Placemaking Award

The best new piece of urban design, regeneration, public space, new development supporting active travel, including public art, street lighting/street furniture and any other improvement to public spaces, completed in the last 3 years.

Shortlisted for 2021:

  • Ferry Lane Public Realm Works
  • Chesnut Road Linear Park
  • Hornsey Park
  • Mayes Road Pocket Park- Connecting Wood Green
  • The Gessner - Berol Yard
  • Tottenham Hotspur - The Stadium Frontage

Excellent Homes

Including affordable housing, very large scale developments of more than 100 homes, smaller major developments of 10-100 homes and equally, the best new smaller scale multiple new-homes developments of 2-10 new homes.

Shortlisted for 2021:

  • Anthology Hale Works
  • Hale Wharf
  • The Gessner - Berol Yard
  • Archway Road
  • Apex Gardens

Best House

The popular category for the best new individual house or extensions to an existing home in Haringey, including self-build and experimental new houses.

Shortlisted for 2021:

  • Angle House
  • Green House
  • Crouch End Studio
  • 43 Finsbury Road

Better Building Standards

Award for the best building quality of new buildings, renovations and conversions, including for exemplary achievement of building control compliance, great quality of building construction, safety, craftsmanship and use of apprenticeships.

Shortlisted for 2021:

  • Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  • Hornsey Library
  • Muswell Hill Edwardian House

Previous Awards

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), and in 2016, Broadwaters Inclusive Learning Community Project, by Gollifer Langston Architects for London Borough of Haringey.

You can read about all of our previous winners here.

Page Last Updated:

October 1, 2021

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