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John Pardey Architects


John Pardey Architects

Location southampton

Awards

1987 Second Prize: Building Design/ Barbour Micro les national 'Le Corbusier centenary housing competition'. 1988 First Prize: Building Centre Trust national 'Ideas for living, a housing demonstration project competition'. 1988 Joint Premier Prize: Memorial Advisory Bureau national 'Phoenix Awards for the design of a cemetery for commemoration a er cremation competition'. 1989 First Prize: Birmingham City international design competition for the design of a 700 pupil inner-city junior school and community centre with ancillary housing. 1989 Second Prize: Chichester District Council/RIBA national design competition for a 900 space multi-storey car park within a conservation area. 1989 Second Prize: EEC Energy Research Group 'Working in the City'. European architectural ideas competition for a design of a passive-energy urban o ce prototype in London. 1990 Honourable Mention: Comune di Genova international competition to redesign the area of Piazza Dante, Genoa, Italy. 1990 Highly Commended: RIBA/Country Life national design competition for a new visitors centre at the Dulwich Picture Gallery. 1990 Honourable Mention: International competition for the design of a Chamber eatre and Arts Centre, Moscow. 1992 ird Prize: RIAS/Scottish Sports Council hotel swimming pool competition. 1992 Second Prize: Blanc de Bierges Street furniture design competition. 1992 Runner up: Kent County Council/RIBA national design competition for an in ll site in Rochester town centre. 1993 First Prize: National competition for the design of a new Garden of Remembrance at Kensal Green cemetery, London. 1994 Honourable Mention: Europan international competition for medium density housing in the suburbs of Stockholm, Sweden. 1995 Commended: RIBA national design competition for a new city centre bus station, Walsall, W. Midlands. 1996 Runner up: Europan international housing competition at Priesthill, Glasgow. 2001 First Prize: RIBA sustainable school competition in Canterbury. 2001 RIBA Southern Region award 2004 First Prize: Galvanisers Association award 2004 Chiltern?s Design Award 2005 Runner up: e Prime Minister?s Best Public Building Award 2005 Second Prize: Christchurch Borough Council/ RIBA for a new cli -top cafe? 2006 Finalist: Grand Designs Magazine Awards for Best New House in Britain 2006 Winner: Grand Designs Magazine award for Best Remodelled house in Britain 2006 Shortlisted: RIBA Bookshops 2005 International Book Award: for John Pardey?s book ?Utzon: Two Houses on Majorca?. 2007 First Prize: Southwark Council/ international design competition for a new ?School for the Future? 2009 Finalist: Grand Designs Magazine Awards for Best New House in Britain 2009 RIBA Southern Region Award 2009 Shortlisted: RIBA / Rother District Council?s Seafront shelters + kiosk competition. 2009 Shortlisted: RIBA Stirling Prize Stephen Lawrence Award 2011 RIBA Southern Region Award 2011 Highly Commended: e Wood Awards ? Private/ Best small project: e Watson House 2011 Shortlisted: e Downland Prize: e Pooley House 2011 Shortlisted: RIBA Manser Medal: e Watson House 2013 RIBA Wales Region Award 2013 2013 Gold Medal for Architecture in Wales 2013 Highly Commended: e Wood Awards ? Private/ Best small project: e Trewarren House 2014 Runner-Up: International design competition for the replanning of the district centre of Skovlunde, Copenhagen. 2014 Winner: Residential development around a destination spa and golf course at at Nebrenice, Prague. 2015 Commended: e Cornish Building Awards 2015 Commended: e British Homes Awards 2016 RIBA Southern Region Award 2016 RIBA South West Region Award 2016 Shortlisted: e RIBA House of the Year Awards: e Cheeran House, and the Owers House 2016 Shortlisted: national competition for a new house in Ide Hill, Kent 2017 RIBA South East Region Award 2017 St Albans Civic Society Award: Oaklands housing, Hat eld Road, St Albans

Website

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Project sectors

  • One-off Homes
  • Refurbishment and Extensions
  • Retirement Living
  • Bars, Cafes & Restaurants
  • Gyms & Sports Facilities
  • Schools, Colleges and Universities
  • Community Centres
  • Libraries
  • Housing Scheme (20+)
  • Galleries and Museums
  • Theatres & Performing Arts
  • Heritage & Religious Buildings
  • Studios and Workshops
  • Guesthouses & Hotels
  • Student Housing
  • Housing Scheme (0-20)
  • Private Rented Schemes
  • Healthcare

Specialist skills

  • Sustainable Design
  • Self-Build

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John Pardey Architects

The Cheeran House

The house sits between two worlds – a courtyard and a walled garden.

John Pardey Architects

The Duckett House

Set within the conservation area of Burley, in the heart of the New Forest National Park, this private house aims to achieve a contemporary outlook that sits comfortably within its sensitive context.

John Pardey Architects

The Fairbank Poolhouse

A pavilion building providing a swimming pool, together with places to exercise or relax, set within the grounds of a large detached house.

John Pardey Architects

The Flow House + Gallery

The remodelling of an existing gallery to incorporate a residential element that could serve as a London base and a location for hosting more intimate ‘salon’ events for clients to meet artists and see new work in a domestic setting.

John Pardey Architects

The Hind House

Raised on steel columns to avoid seasonal flooding of the site, the house hovers above the flood plain on the banks of the river Loddon near Wargrave.

John Pardey Architects

The Hurst House

The site is located directly fronting an area of open fields that form part of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding National Beauty.

John Pardey Architects

The Kennedy House

A replacement house on a site that sits at the westernmost end of the village of Stoke Row in the Chilterns with distant views to the west and north across rolling farmland.

John Pardey Architects

The Owers House

Sitting on the banks of the Falmouth estuary, the site faces west with views south towards the sea. Immediately below the site lies the Grade II listed house ‘Creek Vean’ designed by Norman Foster and Richard Rogers, then practicing as ‘Team 4’ that was built in 1966 and is perhaps the finest house built in the 1960s in England. The presence of such an important modernist house immediately below the site sets a very high standard indeed.

John Pardey Architects

The Pooley House

The site in Sandy Point on Hayling Island, backs onto a shallow tidal lagoon with magnificent views eastwards across Chichester harbour.

John Pardey Architects

The Sellers House

The brief for this holiday home was to create a modest house designed to enjoy the views, sun and quiet ambience of this part of the Isle of Wight on the site of a former vineyard.

John Pardey Architects

The Smith House

The brief was for a retirement house that could be comfortably occupied at ground level, but can then expand when family arrive to stay by the use of first floor bedrooms.

John Pardey Architects

The Watson House

The brief began with the idea of occupying the house for short breaks – a holiday home that is easy to use and the clients wished to live in contact with nature.

John Pardey Architects

Trewarren House

Set on the banks of an estuary, the house attempts to create a modern Welsh vernacular within a national park.