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Housing Architect of the Year

The 2014 shortlist:

  • Mae
  • Proctor Matthews
  • PCKO
  • HTA
  • Duggan Morris
  • dRMM

Entries are now closed for 2014.

This award was open to architects working on all forms of housing development from two homes up to large-scale multi-unit housing developments. Entries included one built project from the last three years, and a minimum of 1 other project either built or unbuilt. One project may be international. Among other things, the judges will be looking for evidence of all-round design excellence and fitness for purpose over a body of work. The size of the projects featured will not be a factor in their deliberations.

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Housing Architect of the Year 2013 Winner:

Housing_Karakusevic Carson

Karakusevic Carson

Karakusevic Carson, now over 50 strong, is working almost exclusively with Public Sector clients on schemes and establish delivery methods that create the best possible housing that residents can feel proud to live in and which make a positive contribution to the neighbourhood and wider city.

“Having established a large workload almost entirely based in the London housing sector, Karakusevic Carson is drawing plaudits not just for the scale of its work but its ambition too. Following the completion of Bridport House in 2012, the firm is now well advanced on the redevelopment of the remainder of Hackney’s Colville Estate – the next phase of which is set to involve the construction of 925 homes” said the judges.

2013 Finalists

  • Duggan Morris
  • Maccreanor Lavington
  • Mae Architects
  • Peter Barber Architects
  • Proctor and Matthews