Design Awards 2018 - Best Regeneration

Including retrofit, adaptive reuse and meanwhile use.


    Blue House Yard 

    Meanwhile use of an unneeded carpark and small office building for small businesses, maker-spaces and an occasional market.

    Blue House Yard - market stalls in the yard, with the cafe in the bus & maket-seller-spaces behind   Blue House Yard - market stalls in the yard, with the cafe in the bus & maket-seller-spaces behind

    • Jan Kattein Architects for Haringey Council 

      Other finalists

      ​​​​​​Holcombe Market 

      (also Best Urban Design) 

      Permanent market stalls enlivening a tired space, securing existing businesses and providing start-up opportunities at the heart of Bruce Grove town centre.

      Holcombe Market Tottenham High Road (c) AnthonyColeman   Holcombe Market Tottenham High Road (c) AnthonyColeman

      • Adams & Sutherland – Architects/Urban Designers for Haringey Council 

      North Tottenham Townscape Heritage Initiative

      A shopfront and façade renewal with a huge emphasis on community engagement, such as apprenticeships and history recording for local residents.

      North Tottenham - restored facades and shopfronts to listed and locally listed buildings   North Tottenham - simple shopfront improvements including less cluttered signs and shutters

      • Survey and Design Architect for Cuttle Construction LTD

      TEN87 Studios 

      (also Best Construction, Best Non-Residential)

      Reusing a formerly industrial warehouse for recording studios, office space for hire and a bar, intensifying employment, use and vibrancy.

      TEN87 Studios - recording studios in new pods between the existing structure   TEN87 Studios - 5 Miles public bar in the heart of the complex

      • KVIST Ltd - Architecture and Design 


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      October 15, 2018