Five of our projects feature in the shortlists for this year’s NLA’s annual New London Awards ! The awards, presented in association with the Mayor of London, celebrate the very best architecture, planning and development schemes making the capital a better place in which to live, work and play.
Chiswick Park Footbridge, a collaborative project with our sister company Useful Studio, has been shortlisted in the Transport and Infrastructure category. This category recognizes Transport projects and related architecture that improve the experience of moving around the city and add to the quality of the environment; and infrastructure projects – water, waste, energy – that help London work more efficiently and sustainably.
A double-winner at the recent ICE London regional awards, the project is up for another People’s Choice Award.. voting is now open and closes on 20 June.. you can vote via the main form or by tweeting your vote from the link under the project
We were the sustainability and energy consultants for the BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ UCL New Student Centre which has been shortlisted for the Sustainability Prize which recognises the most sustainable projects in the capital. The Sustainability Prize will be awarded to schemes that show sustainable design solutions, an efficient use of materials, innovation and a low carbon footprint. Selected from submissions across all categories, successful projects will be an exemplar in creating a more sustainable low-carbon city.
RIBA London award-winning Brentford Lock West Phase 2 is shortlisted in the housing category, recently completed Aga Khan Centre in King’s Cross has been shortlisted in the culture category and HS2 Old Oak Common Station is our second project shortlisted in the transport category.
The full shortlists and information on how to vote can be found here.
Congratulations to all of our collaborators, fingers crossed and we’ll see you at the Annual Lunch for the winners announcements.. we’ll be the ones with a big bag!
UCL photograph courtesy of Nicholas Hare Architects, Old Oak Common station render courtesy of WSP.