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Design Awards 2018 - Best Conceptual Project

Ideas still “on the drawing board”, including masterplans, area wide strategies and plans for groups of buildings

Winner

Tottenham Hale Green and Open Spaces Strategy

Council strategy to bring the Lee Valley into Tottenham and connect Tottenham better to the park, improve neglected existing open spaces and green local streets.

Tottenham Hale Green and Open Spaces Strategy - linear park with enhanced foot and cyclepath along Chesnut Road   Tottenham Hale Green and Open Spaces Strategy - overall view of the strategy to improve green connections

  • Kinnear Landscape Architects for Haringey Council

Other finalists

Clarendon Gasworks

innovative proposed mixed use, high density neighbourhood with housing amidst generous gardens, alongside workspace, shops and community facilities.

Clarendon Gas Works - artists impression of a pocket park within the housing   Clarendon Gas Works - artists impression of the proposed commercial square

  • Panter Hudspith Architects for St William Homes LLP

Hornsey Town Hall

Innovative enabling development proposing reuse of the listed town hall as a hotel that restores the building and opens up the main public rooms, spaces and square.

Hornsey Town Hall - artists impression of a residential interior, image by Rockhunter   Hornsey Town Hall - artists impression of the main frontage and square, by Rockhunter

  • MAKE Architects for Far East Consortium

Plevna Crescent

Proposed residential development in a private triangle of natural wilderness that secures biodiversity, better management and housing in spirit with nature.

Plevna Crescent - artists impression amongst the proposed housing blocks   Plevna Crescent - view of the proposed housing from the retained & enhanced natural wetland

  • Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt Architects for Gate of Eden LTD 

       

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      15 October 2018