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Design Awards 2018 - Best Residential

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

Winner

Pinnacle N10 

Striking new housing in a converted former nightclub and new flatted and townhouse blocks, referencing Muswell Hill’s Edwardian red brick bay windows.

Pinnacle N10 - photo of the bay windowss referencing Edwardian Muswell Hill   Pinnacle N10 - new street with townhouses and flats, with bays referencing Edwardian Muswell Hill

  • PH+ Architects for SAS Investments

Other finalists

Beacon Lodge

Part conversion, part new-build, elegant, brick housing in & around a once-grand, Victorian house, removing unsympathetic 20th century additions.

Beacon Lodge - photo showing new build housing next to retained and restored existing   Beacon Lodge - photo showing new houses with front doors & textured brickwork

  • PH+ Architects for SAS Investments 

Lorenco House

“Extra-care” supported housing in a striking building behind retained mature trees on a raised site, also featuring a generously proportioned, top lit internal corridor.

Lorenco House - projecting and recessed balconies (c) Tim Crocker   Lorenco House - view from the street (c) Tim Crocker

  • PRP Architects for One Housing Group & Haringey Council

Protheroe House

Striking and high quality new extra care housing in the heart of Tottenham, with community facilities, a public café and double height entrance leading to a sheltered, south facing, semi-circular residents’ garden.

   
  
•    Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects & Galliford Try Partnerships contractor for One Housing


Woodside Square 

(also Best Urban Design) 

An elegant new neighbourhood of flats in retained former hospital buildings, over-55 flats around a landscaped gardens, affordable housing and new townhouses.

Woodside Square - aerial photo of the development   Woodside Square - photo of the restored listed building

  • Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects for Hanover and Hill

 

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15 October 2018