Shortlist 2022

A Tuscan Veranda

Turner Architects

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Drawing on the Italian style of the terraced house with classic and perfectly proportioned Romanesque arches.

Artist Studio Conversion

VATRAA

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Extending and transforming a former artist studio into an energy efficient, four-bedroom house. Inspired by the clients’ interest in spirituality and meditation, VATRAA explored the spiritual quality of space through views, light and materials.

Bay Window House

Gundry + Ducker

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An extension is designed in the form of a new bay window as a counterpoint to the original bays.

Church Road

AHMM with RUFFARCHITECTS

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The 2022 Urban Oasis Prize Winner: A refurbishment project in the Highgate conservation area set amongst the only remaining ancient oaks outside Highgate Wood, turned into a beautiful and functional family home.

Coffered House

Proctor & Shaw

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A coffered loft construction revealing a deep retrofit to the upper storeys of this Victorian home.

Concrete Plinth House

DGN Studio

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The 2022 Materiality and Craftsmanship Prize Winner: A series of concrete plinths are embedded into the ground of a Victorian end of terrace house.

Curve Appeal

nimtim architects

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A reinvention of an existing 1920s semi-detached house to bring functionality, warm and tactility to a family space.

Forest House

AOC Architecture

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The 2022 Unique Character Prize Winner: A remodelled and extended semi-detached Victorian house with the experiential joy of Epping Forest incorporated in.

Little Brownings

Archmongers

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The 2022 Home of the Year: a project set in a three storey 1960s terraced house, refurbished into a contemporary house.

Non Boxy Lofty

Fraher & Findlay Architects

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The 2022 Compact Design Prize Winner: An extension of a first floor flat with an inverse plan of forming bedroom spaces at loft level.

Pergola House

Benjamin Wilkes

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A timber framed single-storey extension to a Victorian family home in the Lee Manor Conservation Area.

Pink House

Oliver Leech Architects

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A family home designed to celebrate natural materials, travel memories, and create a home perfect for entertaining.

Shoji Apartment

Proctor & Shaw

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This apartment renovation shows a prototype for micro-living in existing housing stock with constrained floor areas but generous ceiling heights.

Slide and Slot House

Ashton Porter Architects

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The 2022 Transformation Prize Winner: An extension and internal refurbishment to a 19th century cottage creating a new living space for modern family living.

Transitions

Red Squirrel Architects

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A semi-detached Victorian house reconfigured to create open and light interconnected living spaces that take advantage of the garden.