London

0-100k

100k-500k

500k-2m

2m - 15m

Project Sector

Residential, Commercial, Sports & Leisure, Public, Other, Regeneration

Specialist Skills

Self-Build, Sustainable Design, Passivhaus Design, Refurbishment, Masterplanning

Key People

Cany Ash
Robert Sakula

Awards

Civic Trust Awards Regional Finalist 2017: Exhibition Mews

Civic Trust Awards Regional Finalist 2017: The Hive

RIBA Stephen Lawrence Award Shortlist 2016: Exhibition Mews, Bordon

Housing Design Awards – ‘Supreme Award’ 2016: The Malings, Ouseburn

RIBA Award 2016: Exhibition Mews, Bordon

MIPIM Future Project Award 2015: Wickside, London

What House? Award 2015: Exhibition Mews, Bordon, Best Sustainable Development

Housing Design Award (Project) 2013: The Malings, Ouseburn

Housing Design Award (Completion) 2012: Tibby’s Triangle, Southwold

First prize Whitehill Bordon Competition 2012: Exhibition Mews, Bordon

What House? Award 2011: Tibby’s Triangle, Southwold, Best Brownfield Development

RIBA Award for Architecture 2011: UK Centre for Carnival Arts

RIBA/RSAW Award for Architecture 2010: Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff

HCA Places for All Award 2012: Castle Quay, Bedford

RIBA Award for Architecture 2009: Hothouse

Civic Trust Award 2009: Hothouse

Hackney Design Award 2008: Hothouse

MIPIM Future Project Award 2008: St Botolph’s, Colchester

RIBA Award for Architecture 2008: House for Art Collector

Housing Design Award (Project) 2008: Tibby’s Triangle, Southwold

Sustainable Living, best built project 2006: Peabody Housing, Silvertown

EM Award for Architecture 2006: LCB Depot, Leicester

RIBA Award for Architecture 2005: LCB Depot, Leicester

First Prize Sustrans Competition 2005: St. Margaret’s Loop, East Grinstead

First Prize Southwold Competition 2004: Adnams’ Victoria Street Site

RIBA Award for Architecture 2004: Sparkenhoe School Theatre

First Prize RIBA Competition 2004: Castle Lane, Bedford

First Prize RIBA Competition 2004: Brookes Road High Rise

Two prizes at the first London Planning Awards 2003 for the Hothouse
Best planned project contributing to London’s future
Mayor’s special award for planning excellence

First Prize RIBA Competition 2002: Room to Grow: A child’s space in the 21st century home

First Prize RIBA Competition 2002: Homes for Learning

First Prize Peabody Trust Competition 2001: Fresh Ideas for Low-Cost Home Ownership

RSA Award for Architecture 2001: The Hothouse

Civic Trust Award 2000: 29 Doughty Mews WC1

West Oxfordshire Design Award 1999: New Mill, Witney

RIBA Award for Architecture 1998: 29 Doughty Mews WC1

RIBA Award for Architecture 1997: Birdwing Conservatory

Business Address

  • 5 Hatton Wall
  • London
  • EC1N8HX

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