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Tuesday29 July 2014

Architect of the Year Awards 2013: Small Project

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Find out how to enter one of this year’s most hotly contested awards

This award recognises architects who are undertaking projects of a relatively small scale, whether new build or refurbishment.

All projects must be under £1 million in value.
Your entry should include one built project from the last three years, and a minimum of 1 other project either built or unbuilt. No more than four projects, in total, should be submitted.
The judges will be looking for evidence of all-round design excellence and fitness for purpose over a body of work.

Find out how to enter this category

The 2012 Winner - Coffey Architects
The judges debated the definition of “small project” and decided that small public buildings were more commendable in this category, defined by projects costing under £1 million, which is quite a large budget for an individual house. Coffey Architects stood out, as its small public projects demonstrated both inventiveness and a degree of control that proved that they could easily scale up into bigger buildings. The practice’s portfolio showed a range of types and ambitions. The Book Box, an extension to a primary school in Kentish Town, was conceived as an adaptable space. Around the central double-height space, the practice elegantly integrated structure and fixed furniture. At the BFI Library, the architect has transformed a black box gallery space with a series of bronze curtains.

Book Box, Coffey Architects

Book Box, Coffey Architects

BFI Library, Coffey Architects

BFI Library, Coffey Architects

Architect of the Year and Young Architect of the Year Awards 2012

Source: Steve Burden photography

Coffey Architects clinched the title of Young Architect of the Year and Small Project Architect of the Year

 

 

 

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