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Design Awards 2018 - Best Urban Design

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


Woodside Square, N10 

Conversion of a former hospital into a new residential neighbourhood with public gardens and new streets accessing new housing and connecting neighbours.

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

  • Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects for Hanover and Hill 

Other finalists

Blue House Yard 

“Meanwhile use” provides new public space off the busy traffic filled roads of Wood Green town centre, enlivened by shopfronts of makerspaces and a café in a bus.

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

Holcombe Market 

(also Best Regeneration)

Simple but striking “permanent” market stalls that support market businesses, shelter shoppers and give a strong identity to the busy, urban town centre.

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

  • Adams & Sutherland Architects/Urban Designers for Haringey Council 

Tottenham Hale Bus Station and Station Square

Bold, striking and grandly scaled new shelters and a simple public realm to this bus station that currently sits in a bleak wasteland, soon to become a high rise centre.

Tottenham Station Square and Bus Interchange - Canopy Side   Tottenham Station Square and Bus Interchange - Under Canopy

  • Landolt & Brown Architects for Transport For London 


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      October 15, 2018