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Manser Medal Winner

The Sunday Time British Home Awards 2016: Architects Prize – House of the Year Shortlist

17 Oct 2016

Manser Medal 2016 Winner

Manser Medal Winner – The Sunday Time British Home Awards 2016

OutHouse by Loyn & Co has won the 2016 Manser Medal.

OutHouse, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, Western England
Design: Loyn & Co Architects
Outhouse
image : CHARLES HOSEA

Outhouse

Architect of the Year Shortlist:

Assael Architecture
Bell Phillips Architects
Chris Dyson Architects
dRMM
Foster Lomas Architects
ShedKM

Homebuilder of the Year Shortlist:

Barratt Developments
Crest Nicholson
Countryside Properties
Hill
Redrow
Urban Splash

12 Oct 2016

Manser Medal – The Sunday Time British Home Awards 2016

Shortlisted architects and buildings:

Coppin Dockray: Ansty Plum House
Rodic Davidson Architects: North Vat
Chris Dyson Architects: Gasworks
Sandy Rendel Architects: 142 South Street
Loyn & Co Architects: Outhouse
Bureau de Change Architects: Folds

Three of the homes in the Manser shortlist also appear on the long list for the RIBA Homes of the Year award:
Ansty Plum House
North Vat
Outhouse

The Manser Medal winner is due to be announced on October 14.

Manser Medal 2016 Shortlisted Buildings

Ansty Plum, Wiltshire, Southern England
Design: Coppin Dockray, Architects
Ansty Plum
photograph : Katie Lock

First presented in 2001 to inspire innovation in house design and create exemplars to be taken up by the wider house-building industry, The Manser Medal is regarded as the UK’s most coveted award for one-off house design. Named in honour of Michael Manser CBE, RA, PPRIBA, the Medal will now be presented annually in association with the Sunday Times British Homes Awards, ensuring significant high profile media coverage for the winning architect and their practice.

Jonathan Manser, Managing Director of The Manser Practice commented:
“My father is honoured that a Medal was introduced in his name to recognise design excellence in one-off home design. Since Cezary Bednarski’s inaugural win in 2001 subsequent winning architects have earned industry acclaim and public recognition and helped their business. I am delighted with the plans to further build on this successful legacy with the Medal now enjoying an even bigger profile as an integral part of the highly respected British Homes Awards with the Sunday Times and with the added attraction of a prize fund for the winning architect”

The short-list for the 2016 Medal will be selected from those designs highly commended this year within the 3 British Homes Awards categories for a One-Off House or Extension:

Up to 2,500 sq ft
Between 2,500 and 5,000 sq ft
Above 5,000 sq ft

The winning design will be announced at the presentation of Sunday Times British Homes Awards in London in October.

Chair of panel of judges:
Professor Robert Adam, DipArch, RIBA, FRSA Director, ADAM Architecture

Assisted by:
Lewis Blackwell, Executive Director of Strategy, The Building Centre
Nicholas Boys-Smith, CreateStreets
James Burrell, Director, Burrell & Mistry
Dominc Eaton, Director, Stride Treglown
Dr Stephen Garvin PhD, MCS C Chem MRSC, Director BRE Centre for Resilience
Martina Lees, Home, The Sunday Times
Jo McCafferty, Director, Levitt Bernstein
Jonathan Manser, Director, Manser Practice
Susie Rumbold, President BIID
Jo Smit, Writer, Editor and Commentator on the Built Environment
Lynne Sullivan OBE, RIBA, FRSA Partner, LSA Studio, Chair Good Homes Alliance


To see all listed projects on a single map please follow this link.

6 Oct 2016

RIBA House of the Year 2016

The RIBA House of the Year is awarded to the best new house designed by an architect in the UK. The award replaces the previous title ‘RIBA Manser Medal’.

RIBA Awards 2016

2016 RIBA Stirling Prize Winner

Newport Street Gallery, Vauxhall, London, England
Design: Caruso St John Architects
Newport Street Gallery
image : Hélène Binet

Newport Street Gallery Building

RIBA Manser Medal Winner in 2013

Slip House, Brixton, London
Design: Carl Turner Architects
Slip House Brixton
photo © Tim Crocker

Slip House

RIBA Manser Medal Winner 2012

maison L, Yvelines, France
architecturespossibles
maison L Yvelines
photo : George Dupin

maison L Yvelines

RIBA Manser Medal 2012

RIBA Manser Medal 2011

RIBA Manser Medal 2010

Stirling Prize

RIBA Awards

RIBA Royal Gold Medal

RIBA Manser Medal

Architecture Tours Europe

Architecture Studios

Lubetkin Prize

RIAS Award for Architecture – Best Building in Scotland

Civic Trust Awards

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Manser Medal 2016 – page

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