Special Mention – Architecture: Nissen Richards, Sutton Hoo
Sutton Hoo is an Anglo-Saxon Royal Burial Ground, one of the most important archaeological sites in England and a Scheduled Ancient Monument. The tower, signifying a contemplative end to a new visitor experience, is made up of a semi-permeable, charred timber clad structure, wrapped around a galvanized steel frame.
Sutton Hoo, © Gareth Gardner
Notting Hill Garden House, © Nick Hill Architects
Highly Commended – Detail: Nick Hill Architects, Notting Hill Garden House
The Garden House is located in the back garden of an 1850s townhouse in Notting Hill, West London. The material palette – mineral-washed brickwork inside and out, exposed ceiling joists, galvanized steel window frames, end-grain woodblock flooring – references more traditional garden buildings while at the same time creating internal spaces with a strong material character of their own.
Architecture Ensemble Flimwell Park
Flimwell Park, a pioneering mixed use sustainable woodland development in East Sussex, has been completed after a decade of consultation, planning and construction. Formerly Flimwell Bird Park, the site is located within an AONB in the heart of East Sussex.…
Architecture Joint Winners: Architecture 00 & PUP Architects
Architecture 00 / WhitbyWood – C1 Design District The client for C1 wanted the building to be low cost, affordable and allow for a diverse mix of use. Architecture 00’s aims were to create an enabling infrastructure for various potential…
Goodluck Hope Building
Goodluck Hope is a new neighbourhood consisting of 804 homes along the River Thames in London, on the historic Leamouth peninsula. The name Goodluck Hope has its origins in the history of this part of London. There are records of…
KV Artist Blacksmith The Boulby Miner
The bench was made to mark Boulby Mine’s 50th anniversary as a working mine. The sculpture was created for future generations to enjoy, and that local miners can take their families to see a glimpse of their day underground. The…