Newhall Housing, Essex Property, English Homes, Affordable Residential Architecture
Residential Property in Harlow, Essex, England, UK – design by Alison Brooks Architects
Stirling Prize shortlisted – 18 Jul 2013
17 Jun 2013
Design: Alison Brooks Architects
Location: Harlow, Essex
New Housing in Harlow
Photos : Paul Riddle
In its Newhall development in Harlow, Essex, the architecture practice turned its attention to the much neglected problem of the affordable family house, developing highly inventive variations on the stand-alone dwelling and terraced house types.
Architecture Awards for this contemporary Property in Harlow:
Shortlisted: RIBA Stirling Prize 2013
Housing Design Awards 2013: Supreme Winner 2013
RIBA National Award 2013
New Housing in Harlow images / information from Alison Brooks Architects
RIBA Stirling Prize judges declared, “Newhall Be demonstrates the added value that good architects can bring to the thorny problem of housing people outside our major cities. By halving the size of the gardens – creating roof terraces in total equalling the land ‘lost’ – the architects fitted an extra eight houses on to the development. This paid for extras such as full-height windows, dedicated studies and convertible roof spaces.
The overall scheme raises the bar for suburban housing so that, if emulated, could and should have a significant impact on development across the country. This is a fine achievement in its own right. In the context of much of the UK’s new house building it is truly exceptional”
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