Soft Cities

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The Soft Cities team have delivered a wide variety of projects for different organisations. All have a focus on achieving the very highest standards of sustainable design, providing design-led new homes and spaces for residents and users and making a positive contribution to their localities. Many of these projects have been recognised as best practice and have collected a variety of awards and shortlistings. A selection of these are listed below.

2022 Building Awards: Housing Project of the Year (Warbank Crescent)

 

2022 New London Architecture Awards (Housing): Warbank Crescent

2022 Architects’ Journal Awards: Housing Project of the Year (Warbank Crescent)

2021 RIBA London Award:  Fairfield Halls (winner)

2021 Civic Trust Awards: Fairfield Halls (highly commended)

2021 Building Awards: Housing Project of the Year, Windmill Place (winner)

2021 Brick Awards – Croydon Smaller Sites

2021 Brick Awards, Best Small Development – Pump House (winner)

2021 British Homes Awards: Windmill Place

2020 Building Design Awards, Fairfield Halls:  Refurbishment Architect of the Year (winner)

2020 New London Architecture Awards (Conserving): Fairfield Halls (highly commended)

2020 New London Architecture Awards (Experiencing Culture): Fairfield Halls

2018 Architects’ Journal Awards: Masterplan of the Year (winner)

2018 Housing Design Awards: Annual Project Award (winner)

2018 Inside Housing Awards: Best Development Team (winner)

2017 Inside Housing Awards: Best Architectural Design (winner), Best Affordable Housing Development, Best Regeneration Project, Best Development Team, Best Shared Ownership Development

2017 New London Architecture Awards (Housing): Croydon Smaller Sites (winner)

Colm Lacey - Soft Cities
Oxford Road, Brick By Brick (Coffey Architects): 9 homes. Photo: Raf Makda
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Clapham One, LB Lambeth (Studio Egret West): 200 homes, new library, leisure centre, community space, health centre. Photo: Studio Egret West
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Fairfield Halls, Brick By Brick (MICA Architects): wholesale refurbishment of mid-century cultural building. Photo: Hufton+Crow
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Malling Close, Brick By Brick (HTA Design): 41 homes. Photo: Raf Makda
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Auckland Rise, Brick By Brick: internal specification. Photo: Jim Stephenson
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Hallsville Quarter Phase 1, LB Newham (Haworth Tompkins): 179 homes, supermarket, public realm, major road improvements. Photo: Haworth Tompkins
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Windmill Place, Brick By Brick (Pitman Tozer): 20 homes. Photo: Kilian O'Sullivan
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Fairfield Halls foyer, Brick By Brick (MICA Architects): wholesale refurbishment of mid-century cultural building. Photo: Hufton+Crow
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Auckland Rise (shared ownership), Brick By Brick (HTA Design): 53 homes. Photo: Fred Howarth
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Marsden Way, Brick By Brick (Stitch Architects): 10 homes. Photo: Emanuelis Stasaitus
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Ravensdale Gardens (low rise), Brick By Brick (HTA Design): 30 homes. Photo: Raf Makda
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Ravensdale Gardens, Brick By Brick (HTA Design): 30 homes. Photo: Raf Makda
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Pump House, Brick By Brick (CGA): 14 homes, new library space. Photo: Raf Makda
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Ravensdale Gardens (apartments), Brick By Brick (HTA Design): 30 homes. Photo: Raf Makda
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Auckland Rise Estate, Brick By Brick (HTA Design): 53 homes. Photo: Fred Howarth
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Fairfield Halls, Brick By Brick (MICA Architects): mid-century building refurb. Photo: Jim Stephenson
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Windmill Place, Brick By Brick (Pitman Tozer): 22 homes. Photo: Kilian O'Sullivan
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Tollers Estate, Brick By Brick (Mae Architects): 40 homes. Photo: Emanuelis Stasaitis
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Windrush Square, LB Lambeth (Gross Max): new public space plus major town centre improvements. Photo: Davis Landscape Architecture
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Montpelier Road, Brick By Brick (Mae Architects): 28 homes. Photo: Emanuelis Stasaitis
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Faithful Court, Brick By Brick (Mikhail Riches): 10 homes. Photo: Raf Makda
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Flora Court, Brick By Brick (Pitman Tozer): 28 homes. Photo: Raf Makda
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Northbrook Road, Brick By Brick (Stitch Architects): 10 homes. Photo: Raf Makda
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Longheath Gardens, Brick By Brick (HTA Design): 52 homes. Photo: Raf Makda
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St Annes Place, Brick By Brick (Mikhail Riches): 12 homes, new town centre commercial space. Photo: Fred Howarth
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Warbank Crescent, Brick By Brick (Coffey Architects): 38 homes. Photo: Phil Coffey
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Drummond Road/St Annes Place, Brick By Brick (Mikhail Riches): 28 homes, new commercial space. Photo: Fred Howarth
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Chertsey Crescent, Brick By Brick (Coffey Architects): 7 homes. Photo: Raf Makda