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Founded in 1996, Alison Brooks Architects has developed an international reputation for delivering design excellence and innovation in projects ranging from urban regeneration, masterplanning, public buildings for the arts, higher education and housing.
ABA’s award-winning architecture is born from our intensive research into the cultural, social and environmental contexts of each project. Our approach enables us to develop pioneering solutions for our buildings and urban schemes, each with a distinct identity and authenticity. Combined with rigorous attention to detail, ABA’s buildings have proved to satisfy our client’s expectations and positively impact the urban realm.
Our approach has led ABA to be recognised with both national and international awards including Architect of the Year Award 2012 and Housing Architect of the Year 2012. Alison Brooks Architects is the only UK practice to have won the RIBA’s three most prestigious awards for architecture – the Stirling Prize for Accordia Cambridge, the Manser Medal and the Stephen Lawrence Prize. Alison Brooks has recently been named AJ Woman Architect of the year 2013 and received the Housing Design Awards Supreme Winner for the recently completed housing scheme in Newhall, Harlow.
With an expanding portfolio of higher education and arts buildings, ABA is delivering a £20M college residential campus for Exeter College Quad at Oxford University, won in an International competition.
ABA has produced a £135M masterplan for the University of Northampton’s Avenue campus. Landmark public buildings include Quarterhouse Performing Arts Centre, recipient of a RIBA Award and 2010 Kent Design Award for Best Public Building.
ABA has a growing International presence with the practice’s work published worldwide. Selected for the 2010 Audi Urban Future Award, ABA’s “Kaleidoscope City” project for future urban mobility was exhibited at the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale and in the 2011 New York Festival of Architecture. The practice has been published widely and ABA buildings have twice featured in the Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture.
2013 Shortlisted: RIBA Stirling Prize ? Newhall Be, Harlow Housing Design Awards 2013 Supreme Winner ? Newhall Be, Harlow AJ Woman Architect of the Year 2013 RIBA National Award ? Newhall Be, Harlow RIBA East Regional Award ? Newhall Be, Harlow RIBA East Building of the Year ? Newhall Be, Harlow 2012 AYA 2012 Architect of the Year Gold Award AYA 2012 Housing Architect of the Year 2010 Kent Design Awards Best Public Building ? Quarterhouse, Folkestone Audi Urban Future Award ? Finalist XII Venice Architecture Biennale 2009 British Home Awards Small House of the Year ? Newhall Be, Harlow RIBA National Award ? Quarterhouse, Folkestone RIBA South East Regional Award ? Quarterhouse, Folkestone 2008 RIBA Stirling Prize ? Accordia, Cambridge ? with Fielden Clegg Bradley Studios and Maccreanor Lavington RIBA National Award ? Accordia, Cambridge RIBA East Regional Award ? Accordia, Cambridge Shortlisted: RIBA Manser Medal ? Accordia, Cambridge Shortlisted: BD Housing Architect of the Year Award Housing Design Awards 2008, Project Award ? Tribeca Development, Liverpool Chicago Athenaeum International Architecture Award ? Salt House, Essex Civic Trust Award ? Herringbone House, London 2007 RIBA Manser Medal ? Salt House, Essex RIBA National Award ? Salt House, Essex RIBA East Regional Award ? Salt House, Essex Shortlisted: Olympic Development Authority Greenway Competition Civic Trust Award ? Accordia Cambridge 2006 RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize ? Wrap House, Chiswick RIBA National Award ? Wrap House, Chiswick RIBA London Regional Award ? Wrap House, Chiswick Housing Design Awards 2006 Overall Winner ? Accordia, Cambridge National Homebuilders Awards Best Large Scale Housing Project ? Accordia, Cambridge National Homebuilders Awards Best Housing Project of the Year ? Accordia, Cambridge Finalist BD Architect of the Year Commendation: Wood Awards ? Wrap House, Chiswick Grand Design Awards Best New Build House, Salt House, Essex 2002 RIBA London Regional Award ? VXO House, Hampstead