HTA wins three supreme awards at the Housing Design Awards 2012 for the outstanding scheme at Officers Field, Weymouth!
The project was awarded the Supreme Winner beating strong competition, as well as the Graham Pye award and the Richard Feilden award.
Officers Field will be used this summer to house the Olympic and Paralympic Sailing athletes, before being handed over for residential occupancy.
We are extremely pleased that the project involved all of HTA’s multidisciplinary capability including landscape design, sustainability strategy, graphics and communications for marketing collateral and website.
Mark Turner has been one of 20 shortlisted at the Peabody Exhibition and are on display at the NLA from 10th May to 9th June.
In celebration of its 150th anniversary, Peabody launched an architectural competition to develop a proposal for an exemplar housing development of approximately 150 affordable and market homes on a four-acre site in Plaistow, Newham.
All sizes and types of practices, including collaborations, and students, were invited to enter, and competitors were asked to provide outline designs for the estate and to demonstrate how their designs aim to take the ‘Peabody estate typology’ forward into the future. The focus of the competition was the ’21st Century Peabody Vision’, in particular the relationship between buildings and the open spaces around them.
All designs were expected to be deliverable and the winner will be commissioned to develop the design to a full planning application.
Our wonderful Jane Ross has won the 1st Prize in the The Stevens Competition for Architectural Glass! Her design and sample panel for a possible commission for a window in St Michael’s Hospice, Hereford, being built by Architype Architects was loved by the panel of judges from the Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass.