Dezeen promotion: entries are now been accepted to New London Architecture’s Do not Move Improve 2016 – a competitors that aims to discover London’s ideal property extension projects .
Organised in association with Dezeen, Heal’s and the Royal Institute of British Architects, the competition is the brainchild of New London Architecture (NLA) – an independent forum for discussion, debate and information about architecture and construction in the capital.
Residence in Hampstead by Cullinan Studo – shortlisted in 2014
Now in its sixth yr, the competitors continues to seek out modern extensions and conversions that have designed new living spaces for Londoners.
Dezeen’s architecture editor Amy Frearson and NLA chairman Peter Murray will be amongst a jury of experts and journalists from across the business.
Cecilia Road by MW Architects – Residence Extension group runner-up in 2014
Shortlisted projects will be featured in a focused publication and a 3-month exhibition at NLA’s central London gallery from January to March 2016.
Winning practices will acquire a year’s NLA membership, the chance to participate in the competition’s associated occasions programme and coverage on Dezeen.
Ravenswood by Maccreanor Lavington Architects – Residence Extension category winner in 2014
All shortlisted practices will also be invited to consider element in a series of layout surgical treatment events all through the year, in which they can supply 1-to-one particular advice to members of the public.
Court Property by Coffrey Architects – shortlisted in 2014
Last year’s winner was a timber-framed extension to a 1960s terraced house in Gospel Oak by architects Maccreanor Lavington.
Shortlisted entries integrated Mikhail Riches’ east London house and Space Group Architects’ sunken glass box on the back of a heritage-listed residence.
Any residence extension or improvement venture completed within the last two years inside 1 of London’s 33 boroughs is eligible for entry.
Greenwood Street by Kilburn Nightingale Architects – shortlisted in 2014
Submissions close on Friday six November, click here for information on how to enter. Winners will be announced at an awards reception on 21 January 2016.
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London’s premier extension awards open for entries as Will not Move Increase 2016 announced
New London Architecture (NLA), the capital’s forum for the constructed setting, has nowadays opened entries for Do not Move Increase 2016, to discover London’s best new property extension tasks.
JJ House by Room Group Architects – shortlisted in 2014
Organised in association with Dezeen, Heal’s and RIBA London, and sponsored by Hansgrohe Axor and Schueco, the awards are now in their sixth year and carry on to seek out out architectural innovation, from extensions on leading of, underneath, on the side or back of buildings, to interior insertions, conversions, and backyard studios.
JJ Residence by Area Group Architects – shortlisted in 2014
The competition celebrates projects that show exceptional innovation in the creation of new residing spaces for Londoners.
The jury will be made up of professionals and journalists from across the industry, like Russ Edwards, style director of Pocket Living, with winning and shortlisted tasks featured in a 3-month exhibition at NLA’s central London galleries at The Developing Centre, from January to March 2016, and also in a dedicated publication.
London Fields extension by HUT – shortlisted in 2014
Winning practices acquire a year’s membership of NLA, the possibility to participate in the competition’s associated events programme and coverage in Dezeen. All shortlisted practices will also be invited to get component in a series of style surgical procedure occasions during the 12 months, offering one-to-one suggestions to members of the public.
Last year’s winner was Ravenswood by architects Maccreanor Lavington. This timber-framed extension to an finish-of-terrace house on a 1960’s estate in Gospel Oak was praised by the jury for its sympathetic interaction with the neighbouring vernacular styles, and illustrates the scope for strengthening London’s estates.