2022 Neave Brown Award for Housing Shortlist

2022 Neave Brown Award for Housing, Shortlist, RIBA Architecture Award, British Architects

2022 Neave Brown Award for Housing Shortlist

21 July 2022

RIBA announces shortlist for 2022 Neave Brown Award for Housing

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has today (Thursday 21 July) announced the three projects shortlisted for the 2022 Neave Brown Award for Housing. Named in honour of modernist architect Neave Brown (1929 – 2018), the award recognises the best new examples of affordable housing in the UK.

Neave Brown Award for Housing 2022 Shortlist

The three housing developments shortlisted for the award are:

333 Kingsland Road (hybrid scheme encompassing Hackney New Primary School) by Henley Halebrown (London)
2022 Neave Brown Award for Housing Shortlist
photograph © Nick Kane
333 Kingsland Road London
A striking red-brick apartment block with an open colonnade façade that provides 68 affordable homes and shelters a new local primary school.

Kiln Place by Peter Barber Architects (London)
2022 Neave Brown Award for Housing Shortlist
photo © Morley von Sternberg
Kiln Place Homes, North West London
15 homes slotted into pockets of Camden’s Kiln Place post-war housing estate – regenerating under-used parking lots, plant rooms and bin stores.

Lovedon Fields by John Pardey Architects (Hampshire)
2022 Neave Brown Award for Housing Shortlist
photo © Jim Stephenson
Lovedon Fields, Hampshire Homes
A rural development on the edge of Winchester comprising 50 apartments, terraces and detached houses surrounded by new allotment plots, bike trails, footpaths, play parks and accessible grassland.

RIBA President Simon Allford said:

“High-rise, low-rise, urban, rural, existing and new – these three schemes realise thoughtful, affordable housing within complex locations. Innovative and purposeful, they also enhance and enrich their neighbouring spaces and communities. They set a benchmark – for clients, contractors and architects – for better UK housing. I congratulate all involved.”

The shortlist was selected from the 2022 RIBA Regional Awards winners by an expert panel of judges: Partner at Pollard Thomas Edwards Kaye Stout (Chair), Architect and Development Manager at Meridian Water, Enfield Council Yemi Aladerun and Neave Brown family representative Professor David Porter.

The winner of the 2022 Neave Brown Award for Housing will be announced at the RIBA Stirling Prize ceremony on Thursday 13 October 2022 at RIBA, 66 Portland Place in London.

2022 Neave Brown Award for Housing Shortlist information received from The Royal Institute of British Architects 210722

Previously on e-architect:

Neave Brown wins RIBA Architecture Award

Neave Brown wins Royal Gold Medal for architecture

British Architect Neave Brown

photo © Gareth Gardner

RIBA Gold Medal for Architecture

Neave Brown 1929-2018, British Architect

RIBA Gold Medal for Architecture 2018 Winner

Alexandra Road Estate, Camden, London building by Neave Brown:
Alexandra Road Estate, Camden, London

Alexandra Road Estate, Camden, London building:
Alexandra Road Estate, Camden, London building

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