The King’s Cross-based mostly apply is hoping to comply with up its 2021 victory – for its ‘intelligent and original’ cluster of townhouses in McGrath Road, Stratford, east London – right after its 15-home Kiln Put estate infill progress was shortlisted for the annual accolade.
First supplied in 2019, the Neave Brown Award for Housing was named in honour of Modernist architect Neave Brown (1929–2018) and recognises the best new illustrations of cost-effective housing in the Uk.
Barber’s Camden proposal is joined on the record of finalists by John Pardey Architects’ Lovedon Fields plan on the edge of Winchester and Henley Halebrown’s 333 Kingsland Street improvement, which is also vying for this year’s Stirling Prize.
RIBA President Simon Allford claimed: ‘High-rise, reduced-increase, urban, rural, present and new – these three schemes realise considerate, affordable housing in just elaborate places. Modern and purposeful, they also increase and enrich their neighbouring spaces and communities.
‘They set a benchmark – for customers, contractors and architects – for better British isles housing. I congratulate all included.’
The shortlist was picked from the 2022 RIBA Regional Awards winners by a panel of judges chaired by Pollard Thomas Edwards spouse Kaye Stout (chair) alongside AJ 40 under 40 talent architect and improvement manager at Meridian Water, Enfield Council, Yemi Aladerun and Neave Brown spouse and children consultant Professor David Porter.
The winner of the 2022 Neave Brown Award for Housing will be introduced on the exact same night time as the RIBA Stirling Prize at a ceremony on Thursday 13 October 2022 at RIBA, 66 Portland Area in London.
Neave Brown Award for Housing 2022 shortlist
- Kiln Put by Peter Barber Architects (London)
15 houses slotted into pockets of Camden’s Kiln Spot write-up-war housing estate, regenerating less than-employed parking tons, plant rooms and bin retailers.
- Lovedon Fields by John Pardey Architects (Hampshire)
A rural enhancement on the edge of Winchester comprising 50 residences, terraces and detached properties surrounded by new allotment plots, bike trails, footpaths, engage in parks and available grassland.
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