London,
22
September
2015
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12:46
Europe/London

Architects and developers recognised for exceptional building design in Camden

Top architects, planners and developers met on Thursday evening (17 September) to celebrate the high quality design of a range of exciting new buildings and spaces in Camden at the Camden Design Awards 2015.

The awards, which aim to recognise and encourage exceptional design in Camden, had nearly 60 nominations this year, ranging from bespoke house extensions to large mixed-use developments that bring real improvement to local areas.

Winners were:

  • Netherhall Gardens
  • Levring House
  • Mount Pleasant Studios
  • 5 Pancras Square
  • The Isokon Gallery
  • Regent High School
  • Great James Street
  • King's Cross Station

Highly commended were:

  • Hampstead Beach House
  • Piano Yard
  • Netley Campus
  • Friends House
  • Camden active spaces

Presenting the awards, Councillor Heather Johnson, Chair of the Development Control Committee and of this year’s judging panel said:

“I would like to congratulate all of those involved in developing these winning schemes and encourage those engaged in the design process of future schemes to reach the same high standards. In Camden, we have built a reputation for championing and delivering high quality building design and the awards help us to set a standard for future building design.”

Photo caption - (left to right) Troels Levring the client and Jamie Fobert from Jamie Fobert Architects, with judge Annalie Riches of Mikhail Riches