Following yesterday’s awards lunch, we’re delighted to share our clients’ successes at this year’s New London Architecture (NLA) Awards. With clients featuring in the shortlists across a number of categories in this year’s awards, we’ve had our fingers crossed for their incredible work across the capital to be recognised.
We’d like to say a huge congratulations to Dallas-Pierce-Quintero who took home two wins. Culture Palace – their transformation of a vacant shop unit in Enfield Town, into a much-loved, temporary community hub – won the ‘Meanwhile’ category. They also won in the ‘Homes’ category with their Forest Houses project, which sees the development of 3 interlocking, upside-down homes in Forest Gate, designed to revitalise an awkward brownfield site and make the most of stunning views across Wanstead Flats.
Further congratulations from us also go to Weston Williamson + Partners, who won in the ‘Transport & Infrastructure’ category, with the design and delivery of their Elizabeth Line station at Paddington.
Browse the full 2022 NLA Awards shortlist on the NLA website now.