Londonʼs best new home extensions and interiors announced at NLA

Thursday 11 December 2014

Interior Design Winner - House Bloomsbury by Stiff + Trevillion © Kilian O'Sullivan

Last night, this year’s Don’t Move, Improve! awards winners were announced at a ceremony at NLA

The overall prizes awarded to Maccreanor Lavington for Ravenswood – a sympathetic timber-framed extension to an end-of-terrace house on a 1960’s estate in Gospel Oak – and to Stiff + Trevillion for the interior design project House Bloomsbury – a characterful mews house with a dated 90’s interior, refreshed through simple, elegant detailing and reworked layout.   

In all, 10 prizes were awarded across two categories, with Second Place presented for Cecilia Road by MW Architects and Rosa & John's Home by Zminkowska De Boise Architects. Third Place was awarded to RAW House by MUSTARD Architects and Islington Penthouse by HUT. Four schemes were also recognised with commendations: The Slate House by Gundry & Ducker received Best Use of Material; Paul Archer Design was presented with Best Use of Glass for Sebastian House; Wallace Road, designed by Appleton Weiner, was awarded Most Cost Effective; and East London House by Mikhail Riches was awarded Best Historic Intervention.   

Please click here for further details.   

Supported by the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID), Heal’s and RIBA London

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