Celebrating London’s best-designed and most innovative home extensions completed in the last two years across the capital, this exhibition will display a wealth of inspiration for those looking to create better living space for Londoners. Over 100 responses from architects working with London’s eclectic mix of building types will be shown, from small flats in 1960s housing blocks and Victorian terraces to Edwardian semis and post-war detached homes.
A shortlist of 24 projects have been selected by an esteemed jury out of 120 best projects, decided by industry leaders, experts and journalists from London’s built environment including Carl Turner of Carl Turner Architects, Cany Ash of Ash Sakula, Russ Edwards of Pocket, Jo McCafferty of Levitt Bernstein, Amy Frearson of Dezeen and Philippa Stockley of the London Evening Standard. This year’s winners, Studio 304 Architecture join past winners Carl Turner Architects, Platform 5 Architects, Studio Octopi and Ben Adams Architects.
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