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school, hotel, cinema and park were among the prize winners at the Haringey Design Awards 2016 last night (Thursday 13th October) at Tottenham Town Hall.

 

The projects were all nominated by Haringey residents and an expert panel of judges: Annalie Riches of Mikhail Riches Architects, Matthew Bradby from Tottenham Civic Society, Roger Ward from Muswell Hill Traders and Cllr John Bevan, Haringey’s Design Champion and chair Deborah Denner of Frame Projects selected winners in each category and the overall winners.

 

The winners and those commended at the Haringey Design Awards 2016 were:

 

1.         Best Houses– domestic projects 

WINNER: Folds House, Crouch End by Bureau de Change Architects 

 

2.         Best Place or Landscaping Scheme

WINNER: Tottenham Green, by Architect: Adams & Sutherland and many other professionals  for the Haringey Council Tottenham Regeneration Team

COMMENDATION: Hale Village, by Landscape Architects BDP, for Hale Village London Limited.

 

3.         Best Homes – larger developments 

WINNER: Cozens Place, by Unit One Architects for Reve Developments 

 

4.         Best Community Building

WINNER: The Broadwaters Inclusive Learning Community Project, Tottenham

 

5.         Best Construction – commercial developments

WINNER: @BurgersAtN8 in Crouch End by Ali Mehmet

COMMENDATION: Crouch End Picture House, by Panter Hudspith Architects for Picturehouse Cinemas Ltd.,

 

6.         Best Historic Regeneration 

WINNER: The Green Rooms, Wood Green, by SODA Architects developed plans to repurpose the building, for Nick Hartwright – hotel founder.

 

7.         Best Green Design 

WINNER: Crouch End Picture House, Panter Hudspith Architects for Picturehouse Cinemas

COMMENDATION Albion Knitting Factory, Floyd & Field Ltd for Albion Knitting Company

 

8.         Overall Winner

WINNER: The Broadwaters Inclusive Learning Community Project, Tottenham, by Gollifer Langston Architects for London Borough of Haringey

 

Haringey’s cabinet member for Housing Regeneration and Planning, Alan Strickland said, “It’s brilliant to see so many fantastic examples of great design across our borough nominated by our residents. I’m incredibly proud that Haringey is home to award winning buildings like the Broadwaters Inclusive Learning Community Project and award winning open spaces like Tottenham Green. Great design makes a huge difference to the quality of life in our borough for everyone, whether they live, work or are visiting our borough.”

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