North London Regional Awards 2019

Kissing roofs in King's Cross, inspiring social housing, delightful school labs and a test bed house for more sustainable living

North London Regional Awards in numbers.
North London Regional Awards in numbers.

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4 Pancras Square.
4 Pancras Square. Credit: Dirk Lindner

Eric Parry Architect for Argent (Property Development) Services LLP


168 Upper Street.
168 Upper Street. Credit: Timothy Soar

Groupwork for Aria


Alexandra Palace
Alexandra Palace Credit: Lloyd Winters

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios for Alexandra Park & Palace Charitable Trust


Alwyne Place.
Alwyne Place. Credit: Richard Chivers

Mitzman Architects for private client


Camden Mews.
Camden Mews. Credit: Tim Crocker

Bere Architects for private client


Coal Drops Yard.
Coal Drops Yard. Credit: Hufton & Crow

Heatherwick Studio for King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership


Eleanor Palmer Science Lab.
Eleanor Palmer Science Lab. Credit: Nick Kane

AY Architects for Eleanor Palmer Primary School


Great Arthur House.
Great Arthur House. Credit: Peter Cook

John Robertson Architects for City of London Corporation


Highgate Bowl.
Highgate Bowl. Credit: Simone Bossi

HASA Architects for Omved International 


Kenwood Lee House.
Kenwood Lee House. Credit: Jack Hobhouse

Cousins & Cousins Architects for New Wave London


Moray Mews.
Moray Mews. Credit: Morley von Sternberg

Peter Barber Architects for Roberto Caravona


Ordnance Road.
Ordnance Road. Credit: Morley von Sternberg

Peter Barber Architects for London Borough of Enfield


The Bower.
The Bower. Credit: Timothy Soar

Allford Hall Monaghan Morris for Helical


The Colville Estate.
The Colville Estate. Credit: Peter Landers

Karakusevic Carson Architects for Hackney Council


Torriano Primary School STEM Lab.
Torriano Primary School STEM Lab. Credit: Kilian O’Sullivan

Hayhurst and Co. for London Borough of Camden


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