Don't Move, Improve! 2022 Shortlist
15 London renovation projects have been shortlisted for the New London Architecture's Don't Move, Improve! Awards 2022.
We are longtime champions of the ‘Don’t Move, Improve!’ Awards, for the simple reason that it showcases the incredible innovation that is possible with a home improvement project.
But this year feels like it deserves a particularly special shout out to all those homeowners and architects and builders who have weathered an extremely stormy time in the construction industry. To navigate a house extension is always a challenge, let alone faced with covid-19, supply chain issues and material cost increases.
So to each of the teams behind this year’s 15 shortlisted projects for the 2022 edition of Don’t Move, Improve! Awards, we salute you!
PS. This year’s shortlist was selected from over 200 entries by a jury chaired by NLA’s director Amy Chadwick Till and including Phil Coffey, the director of Coffey Architects, Sebastian Wood, director of Whitby Wood, journalist Anna White and property expert Kunle Barker.
1. A Tuscan Veranda by Turner Architects
2. Little Brownings by Archmongers Architects
3. Non Boxy Lofty by Fraher & Findlay
4. Pergola House by Benjamin Wilkes
5. Transitions by Red Squirrel Architects
6. Coffered House by Proctor & Shaw
7. Curve Appeal by Nimtim Architects
8. Artist Studio Conversion by VATRAA
9. Pink House by Oliver Leech Architects
10. Bay Window House by Gundry + Ducker
11. Concrete Plinth House by DGN Studio
12. Church Road by Ruffarchitects
13. Shoji Apartment by Proctor & Shaw
14. Slide and Slot House by Ashton Porter Architects
15. Forest House by AOC
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