Don't Move, Improve! 2014 - Shortlist announced!

Tuesday 11 November 2014

© Agnese Sanvito

Judging has now taken place for Don’t Move, Improve! 2014 competition.

The NLA competition, now in its fifth year, and in association with the British institute of Interior Design (BIID), Heal's, and RIBA London, strives to find London’s best new home extensions and interior design projects that deliver more space to live.   

We are pleased to announce that the following projects have been shortlisted:

Home Extension 
BLOCK House by MUSTARD Architects 
Canonbury House Extension by Trombe 
Cecilia Road by MW Architects 
Chetwynd Road by Cousins & Cousins Ltd 
Clonbrock Road by Lipton Plant Architects 
Cotesbach Road by Scenario Architecture 
Court House by Coffey Architects 
East London House by Mikhail Riches 
Flo-Ro by Chance de Silva 
Garden Room House by Paul McAneary Architects Ltd 
Garden Yoga Studio by MW Architects 
Greenwood Road by Kilburn Nightingale Architects 
Grove Hill Road by MTA (Michael Trentham Architects) 
Hodford Road by MW Architects 
House in Hampstead by Cullinan Studio 
JJ House by Space Group Architects 
London Fields Extension by HUT 
Malbrook House by Tigg+Coll Architects 
Mount Park House by Paul Archer Design 
Ockenden Road by NISSEN RICHARDS studio 
Old Ford Road by Gort Scott 
Ravenswood by Maccreanor Lavington 
RAW House by MUSTARD Architects 
Sebastian House by Paul Archer Design 
Solent House by Paul Archer Design 
Studio 3 by Friend and Company Architects 
Summer House by Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects 
The Brick House by Alma-nac Collaborative Architecture 
The Slate House by Gundry & Ducker Architecture ltd 
Wallace Road by Appleton Weiner 
Well House by Coffey Architects 
Winkley Workshop by Kirkwood McCarthy 
ZB House by Delvendahl Martin Architects   

Home Interior Design 
Alaska Apartment by IPT Architects 
Butterfly Loft Apartment by Tigg+Coll Architects 
Canyon House by Coffey Architects 
Hillcrest by De Rosee Sa 
House Bloomsbury by Stiff + Trevillion 
Island Home by Coffey Architects 
Islington Penthouse by HUT 
New Concordia Wharf by Inside Out Architecture 
Rosa & John's home by Zminkowska De Boise Architects 
The Rectory by Emrys Architects 
Victoria Mews by Bradley Van Der Straeten Architects 

Winning projects will be announced at 6.30pm, Wednesday 10 December. All shortlisted projects will be shown in an exhibition at NLA from 11 December 2013 until 12 February 2015. 

Shortlisted projects were judged by an eminent jury, chaired by Debbie Whitfield, Director of NLA: 
> Carmel Allen, Creative Director, Heal’s
> Chris Hampson, Chair of RIBA London and co-founder Hampson Williams Architecture 
> Dan Hopwood, President, BIID 
> Luke Tozer, Director, Pitman Tozer
> Phillipa Stockley, journalist, editor and critic specialising in architecture and design

Prizes will be awarded to first, second and third places within each category where appropriate.

 Special prizes may also be awarded across the categories.

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