South East London RIBA Regional Awards 2019

Mega to micro: from £1bn station redevelopment to a family home inventively squeezed into a tiny site

South East London Regional Awards in numbers.
South East London Regional Awards in numbers.

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Alleyn's School Lower School, Dulwich.
Alleyn's School Lower School, Dulwich. Credit: Paul Riddle

Tim Ronalds Architects for Alleyn’s School


 

Crossfield Street House, Deptford.
Crossfield Street House, Deptford. Credit: Gareth Gardner

Jonathan Pile Architect for private client


 

Lomax Studio, New Cross.
Lomax Studio, New Cross. Credit: Andy Stagg

CAN for private client


 

London Bridge Station, Southwark.
London Bridge Station, Southwark. Credit: Paul Raftery

Grimshaw for Network Rail


 

Merano Residences, Lambeth.
Merano Residences, Lambeth. Credit: Joas Souza

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and EPR Architects for St James


 

Pocket House.
Pocket House. Credit: Edmund Sumner

Tikari Works for private client


 

Signal Townhouses, Greenwich.
Signal Townhouses, Greenwich. Credit: Timothy Soar

Allford Hall Monaghan Morris for U+I


 

South London Gallery Fire Station, Camberwell.
South London Gallery Fire Station, Camberwell. Credit: Dan Weill

6a architects for South London Gallery


 

Southbank Centre, Waterloo.
Southbank Centre, Waterloo. Credit: Hufton+Crow

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios with Archer Humphryes Architects for the Southbank Centre  


 

The Painted Hall, Greenwich.
The Painted Hall, Greenwich. Credit: James Brittain

Hugh Broughton Architects and Martin Ashley Architects for the Greenwich Foundation


 

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