London winners 2014 North East Winners 2014


East Winners 2014

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East Winners 2014 - Top Four Results

Building The Arboretum

The Arboretum

This is a beautifully conceived and designed one-off house that responds carefully to context and environment, and resolves spatial and material juxtapositions with great skill.

Building Ash Court, Girton College

Ash Court, Girton College

This project takes its cues from the context of the surrounding college buildings with respect to form and materials to create student accommodation and college facilities of very high quality in terms of space, materiality and comfort.

Building Britten-Pears Archive

Britten-Pears Archive

Set in the historic context of Britten-Pears' house and gardens, this archive building is very sympathetically integrated.

Building Broombank


This house creates an extraordinary unfolding relationship to an expansive watery landscape with a very limited and controlled material palette of pale grey linear bricks, plaster and timber.

East Winners 2014 - Other Results


Finchingfield Guildhall

This conservation project is an excellent example of working with the building and its history as it is uncovered.


Hargood Close

Organised around two courtyards, this project provides temporary housing for the homeless in a respectful, robust and adaptable form that is elevated …


High House Artists Studios

This extraordinarily economical scheme impresses because of its elegantly rational composition, response to natural light and material choices that un…


Private House, Aldeburgh

A deceptively simple and extraordinarily refined family home set in an inconspicuous lane of houses.


St George's Chapel

This is a scheme that convincingly addresses a wide range of challenges, including the high quality conservation of the chapel that has been renovated…


Wildfowl Cottage

This small project provides an innovative response to flood risk that establishes a new model for this topical challenge.