Haringey Design Awards 2018

The search for the borough's best buildings is now underway.

These are the 5th Haringey Design Awards, which celebrate excellent design, in seven categories, for developments across the borough, as well as an overall winner.

If you want to make a nomination, you can email hda@haringey.gov.uk or use our online nomination form (read our full entry requirements here).

The deadline for nominations has been extended to 12 noon, Monday 6 August. We are planning to judge the awards on 8 and 9 September, and announce the winners at an awards ceremony on 11 October.

See descriptions and examples on this page, as well as our previous winners pages.

Tottenham Green & Town Hall Approach, Adams & Sutherland Architects, 2016 category award winner (architects’ image)

Best Urban Design

Including public realm, public space, streetscape, landscaping, and public art.

Green Rooms hotel, Wood Green, by Soda Studio architects

Best Regeneration and Restoration

Including conservation, building renovation, shopfront improvement, retrofit, adaptive reuse and meanwhile use.

Broadwaters Inclusive Learning Community Project, Gollifer Langston Architects (architects’ image)

Best Non-Residential

Including commercial, office, studio, workspace, civic, community and faith buildings, mixed use, culture, leisure sport, health, education and infrastructure.

Cozens Place, Effingham Road, N8, Unit One Architects, 2016 category award winner (architects’ image)

Best Residential

Well designed and beautifully built new housing schemes and developments that contribute to sustainable, secure, well integrated neighbourhoods.

Folds house, Mount Pleasant Villas, N4, Bureau de Change Architects, 2016 category award winner (architects’ image)

Best House

The most beautiful, innovatively designed and impeccably constructed new single family homes, conversions and home extensions.

Crouch End Picture House, Tottenham Lane, N8, Panter Hudspith Architects, 2016 category award winner (architects’ image)

Best Construction

Good design and high construction standards, with an emphasis on access, safety, sustainability and building control excellence.

Example of a possible entrant; Northumberland Development Plan (Spurs Stadium) 2010 scheme (now superseded), KSS Architects (architects’ image)

Best Conceptual Project

Best Conceptual Project: ideas still “on the drawing board”, including masterplans, area wide strategies and plans for groups of buildings.

Overall winner

Previous Awards

The overall winner of the 2016 Haringey Design Awards was Broadwaters Inclusive Learning Community Project, by Gollifer Langston Architects for London Borough of Haringey. You can read about the 2016 Awards here as well as the awards ceremony at the Tottenham Town Hall, on the evening of Thursday, October 13th.

View details of previous Design Awards in 2006, 2009 and 2012.

Page Last Updated:

6 July 2018

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