RSAW announces 2021 winners

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Source: Anthony Coleman

Maggie’s Cardiff by Dow Jones Architects

Dow Jones, Featherstone Young and Martin Edwards Architects have all picked up regional awards from RSAW.

They were honoured for a private house, a Maggie’s Centre in Cardiff and Tŷ Pawb, the re-purposing of an old market hall and car park to create a flexible market and activity centre.

The accolades put all three buildings in contention for the Stirling Prize.

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Source: Max Creasy

House in North Wales by Martin Edwards Architects

Regional jury chair John Pardey said: “In their own ways, the three award-winning projects are excellent. All three architects went the extra mile to make great design on a budget that with skill, sensibility and inventiveness made the ordinary quite extraordinary. The three buildings clearly demonstrated how much can be achieved within limited means.”


Jury chair: John Pardey

RSAW Welsh Architecture Award-winning projects

• Maggie’s Cardiff, Cardiff, Dow Jones Architect

• House in North Wales, Martin Edwards Architects

• Tŷ Pawb, Wrexham, Featherstone Young

Other RSAW special awards

Small Project: House in North Wales, Martin Edwards Architects


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