The Daily Telegraph British Homes Awards
2011 WINNERS Announced!!
THE AWARD CATEGORIES
The Shadow House: Liddicoat & Goldhill Architects
Pictured: David Liddicoat and Sophie Goldhill with Sunand Prasad (left)
A house of contemporary or vernacular design that provides accommodation up to 2000 sq ft.
Camden Passivhaus: Bere: Architects
Mission Hall: Adam Richards Architects
Bronze House: Burrell Architects
Pictured: Jason Mistry and Fiona Harvey of Burrell Architects with Sunand Prasad (left)
A house of contemporary or vernacular design that provides accommodation over 2000 sq ft.
Emporio: Seven Developments / Tigers Eye Architects
Underhill House: Seymour-Smith Architects
Little Venice: Wells Mackereth Architects
Kensington Batchelor Pad: Hogarth Architects
Pictured: Diana Yakeley President BIID, with James Wells and Sally Mackereth of Wells Mackereth and Ian Hogarth of Hogarth Architects with Sunand Prasad (left)
In partnership with BIID (British Institute of Interior Design)
A new or refurbished home judged on the effective use of internal space and how finishes, colours and furnishings have been employed to effectively answer its specific design brief
Macaulay Road: Cochrane Design
Selbourne Place: Hill House Interiors
The Buckingham Suite: Carolyn Trevor
The Printworks: First Base / Glenn Howells Architects
Pictured: Reinhold Schmaderer of Glenn Howells and Elliot Lipton of First Base with Sunand Prasad (left)
A single, one-off building comprising apartments and/or studios offering flexible living and lifestyle benefits.
Highbury Gardens: First Base / Porphyrios Associates
Kinetica: Telford Homes / Waugh Thistleton Architects
Rochester Row: Barratt West London / Assael Architecture
Riverside Manor House: Project Orange
Ruth Silver of Project Orange with Sunand Prasad (left)
A conversion, refurbishment or restoration of any residential, commercial or industrial building(s) to provide new homes, ranging from single units to major developments.
All Saints: Berkeley Homes (Southern) / OSP Architects
Lakeshore: Urban Splash/ Ferguson Mann Architects
Nutbourne Pumping Station: Barton Willmore
INNOVATION AWARD FOR BUILDING TECHNOLOGY
In partnership with BRE Housing Futures
A residential development of any size that demonstrates the use of new building technologies and the sustainable use of resources. Submissions should demonstrate off-site construction technologies, energy saving initiatives and/or the use of environmentally-friendly materials.
Greenwatt Way: SSE / PRP Architects
Underhill House: Seymour –Smith Architects
AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT
Greengate House: London & Quadrant Housing Trust / Levitt Bernstein Associates
Pictured: Matthew Goulcher and Chris Manning of Levitt Bernstein Associates with Sunand Prasad (left)
In partnership with Chartered Institute of Housing Exhibition
For the most imaginative, practical and sympathetic development by a registered social landlord, charity, trust or public body in partnership with a local authority and/or a developer for rent or shared ownership (can be part of a wider scheme but the affordable quota must be larger than any for private sale with little or no discernable difference in quality – inside or out)
B5 Clapham Park: Clapham Park Homes / PRP Architects
The Square West 3: A2 Dominion Group / Amos Architecture & Design
The Wrap: Origin Housing / Stephen Marshall Architects
Trees Highgate: Hill Homes & One Housing Group / PRP
Pictured: Anne-Marie Nicholson PRP, Joe Scullion Hill Homes, Mark Walker PRP and Fiona Lovering One Housing Group with Sunand Prasad (left)
Retirement developments and care homes specifically addressing the requirements of the ageing occupant judged on external and internal design, layout, landscaping and security and the provision of services and communal facilities
Bramshott Place: Urban Renaissance Villages / Barton Willmore
Royal William Yard: Urban Splash / Gillespie Yunnie Architects
Pictured: Jonathan Falkingham and James Howard of Urban Splash with Sunand Prasad (left)
A scheme comprising houses and/or apartments with associated retail, office or leisure development on the same site, demonstrating a significant contribution to the local community.
Dalston Square: Barratt Developments / John McAslan, Arup and Weston Williamson Architecture
The Cube: Aruna Project LLP/Make
DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR
Packington Square: The Hyde Group / Pollard Thomas Edwards architects
Pictured: Carol Carter of The Hyde Group and Kaye Stout of Pollard Thomas Edwards architects with their team with Sunand Prasad (left)
A residential development of any size, including retirement, that demonstrates a contribution and impact on the local community and environment, plus, where appropriate, restoration of natural wildlife habitats.
Allerton Bywater: Barratt Homes Leeds /HTA
Campbell Park: Taylor Wimpey / HTA
Clapham One: United House & The Cathedral Group / Studio Egret West
Pictured: Nick Stonley of United House, Andrew Howard of HardHat, Martin Wood of The Cathedral Group and Christopher Egret of Studio Egret West and their team with Sunand Prasad (left)
In partnership with HardHat
For the most impressive scheme of houses and/or apartments with planning consent but not more than six months into development. It is anticipated that this entry will rely solely on CGIs.
1305 passivhaus: Stephenson | Bell Architects
Alie Street: Barratt Developments/RMA
Salcombe Heights: Acorn Blue / BBH Chartered Architects
HOMEBUILDER OF THE YEAR
The Berkeley Group
Graham Wroe, Sales Director Knauf Insulation UK with Justin Tibaldi, Divisional Managing Director of The Berkeley Group
In partnership Knauf Insulation
Awarded to the home builder whose portfolio of entry submissions demonstrates a commitment to:
• sustainable regeneration
• the establishment of new communities
• strong architectural design and landscaping
• innovative construction methods and build quality
• environmental initiatives
ARCHITECT OF THE YEAR
Andy von Bradsky and Anne-Marie Nicholson of PRP with Angela Brady, President RIBA and Sunand Prasad (left)
Awarded to the Architectural Practice submitting the most impressive portfolio of entries across all categories that demonstrate the same commitments as the above.
Levitt Bernstein Associates
Pollard Thomas Edwards architects