56 Projects Shortlisted for the Camden Design Awards 2022

The awards celebrate and reward the excellent design that is being delivered in projects across all sectors of the built environment in Camden.

The projects that have been shortlisted are:

Major Projects Award

  • Regents Park Infill Sites - Mæ Architects
  • Kiln Place - Peter Barber Architects
  • Agar Grove Phase 1A - Hawkins\Brown
  • Agar Grove Phase 1B - Mæ Architects
  • Gospel Oak Small Sites - Burd Haward Architects
  • Belle Vue - Morris+Company
  • Mansion block, Hampstead - Sergison Bates Architects
  • Holmes Road Studios - Peter Barber Architects
  • Longford House - Matthew Lloyd Architects
  • The Post Building - Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
  • R7 - Morris+Company
  • 4 Pancras Square - Eric Parry Architects Limited
  • No 1 New Oxford Street - Orms
  • 1 Triton Square - Arup Architecture
  • Coal Drops Yard - Heatherwick Studio
  • Hawley Wharf - Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
  • The Standard London - Orms on behalf of Orms, Shawn Hausman and Archer Humphryes
  • UCLH Phase 5 - Pilbrow & Partners
  • Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children - Stanton Williams
  • Wilkins Terrace - Levitt Bernstein
  • Kingsgate Primary School - Maccreanor Lavington
  • Sports Hall, KX - Bennetts Associates
  • 80 Charlotte Street and Asta House - Make Architects
  • 22 Handyside Street - Coffey Architects
  • Pears Building, Institute of Immunity & Transplantation - Hopkins Architects
  • 373 Euston Road - Penoyre & Prasad
  • UCL Student Centre - Nicholas Hare Architects

Small Projects Award

  • Eleanor Palmer Primary School - AY Architects
  • STEM Lab, Torriano Primary School - Hayhurst and Co Architects
  • Great Things Lie Ahead, Holborn House - 6a architects
  • Camley Street Natural Park - Erect Architecture
  • Gloucester Gate Playground - LUC
  • Granary Square Pavilion - Bell Phillips Architects
  • Mesh House - Alison Brooks Architects
  • The New House - Woollacott Gilmartin Architects
  • Studio House - AOC
  • Max Fordham House - Max Fordham LLP
  • 69 Highgate High Street - Birds Portchmouth Russum Architects
  • Wolsey Mews - Burd Haward Architects
  • Leverton Street - ROAR
  • Pop Up Ute - Friend and Company Architects
  • House in Primrose Hill - Jamie Fobert Architects
  • Fig Tree Retrofit - Prewett Bizley Architects
  • 1950s Throwback to the Future - Sanya Polescuk Architects
  • Bloomsbury House and Mews - West Architecture
  • The Soup Kitchen London - Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
  • Jellicoe Gardens - Bell Phillips Architects
  • Camden Pocket Park - Studio MUTT
  • Levita House South courtyard - Land Use Consultants
  • Greening Regents Park Estate - Groundwork London
  • 4 Denmark Street, 4 Flitcroft Street & 1 Book Mews - Ian Chalk Architects
  • 7 Denmark Street - Ian Chalk Architects
  • Camden School for Girls Main Building Extension - AY Architects
  • Espérance Bridge - Moxon Architects Ltd
  • Somers Town Bridge - Moxon Architects Ltd
  • Whitfield Gardens - LDA Design

What happens next?

All shortlisted projects will be assessed by the jury and the winning projects will be announced in late June.

Jury

  • Chair: Cllr Heather Johnson, Chair Planning Committee

Major projects panel

  • Hari Phillips – Founding Director, Bell Phillips
  • Tom Greenall - Director, DSDHA
  • Catrina Stewart - Partner, Office S&M
  • Quincy Haynes - RCKa
  • Bina Nikolova - Sustainability Consultant, Max Fordham LLP

Small Projects panel

  • Gurmeet Sian - Founder, Office Sian
  • Tatiana von Preussen – Founding Director, vPPR
  • Fiona MacDonald - Founder, MATT+FIONA 
  • Nairita Chakraborty  – Heritage advisor and Founder, Revive and Tailor
  • Murray Kerr - Founder, Denizen Works
     

About the awards

Previous winners and shortlisted schemes

Examples of previous winners and shortlisted schemes from the Camden Design Awards can be seen by clicking on the images below.

Bourne Estate showing tunnel entry to estate     Yellow brick building with green door​​​​​​     Building in Granary Square lit up

 

 


 

 

Eligibility to enter

  • Anyone can enter a project into the Camden Design Awards. We welcome suggestions from anyone including architects, developers, local residents, local groups and organisations, employees and businesses (please ensure the land or building owner is aware of the nomination being submitted).
  • The Camden Design Awards are open to projects, across all sectors of the built environment and at all scales – from housing to small rear extensions, offices to community and education buildings, new or improved public spaces, retrofitting of historic buildings, or even an exemplar approach to community engagement
  • The project must be located within the London Borough of Camden
  • The awards did not take place in recent years due to the impacts of Coronavirus and we are therefore seeking submissions for schemes that have achieved practical completion after 1 April 2017 
  • Submissions will need to be accessible by the judging panel in March/April 2022
  • Previously submitted projects need not apply unless there are special circumstances

Judging Criteria

The judges will be looking for projects that:

  • are inclusive, sustainable and fit for purpose
  • demonstrate high quality in design, materials and construction
  • respond sensitively to their context and reinforce a sense of place
  • enrich the lives of those who live and work in and around them

Contact us

The Camden Design Awards is organised by the Regeneration and Place Service of the London Borough of Camden.  If you require further information you can contact us via email at designawards@camden.gov.uk or telephone 020 7974 4703.

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