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Brady Mallalieu Architects Ltd

Brady Mallalieu Architects Ltd

Location London


Phoenix heights 2010 RIAI Award 2010 London Evening Standard New Homes Award for \'Best new development in the Affordable Homes sector\' 2010 Shortlisted for LEAF Award \'Residential Building of the Year\' 2011 Finalist in the New London Awards Private House in Richmond 2004 RIBA Manser Medal runner-up

Project sectors

  • Housing Scheme (20+)

Specialist skills

  • Sustainable Design

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Brady Mallalieu Architects Ltd

Phoenix Heights

A high density residential development with integral community centre and gardens.

Brady Mallalieu Architects Ltd

Underwood Road

Thirty three homes in a tight urban site with timber balconies framing views over the City of London.