Several Price & Myers projects again feature in the NLA Awards shortlist this year.
The NLA Awards celebrate the most innovative projects that ‘best contribute to the London’s exciting architecture’. The NLA has imaginatively titled and grouped this year’s categories.
Meanwhile ‘Projects that embrace the city as a work in progress, enlivening spaces, places and high streets over a short-term period, while supporting long-term ambitions’.
Sculpture in the City (SITC) with Lacuna, Mtec and Urban Learners for City of London Corporation
Working ‘From office buildings and interiors to co-working hubs and affordable workspaces for making and manufacturing – new projects that create inspiring working environments’.
Poplar Works with Adams & Sutherland, Freeman Beesley, JCLA, Studio EG and Leaside Planning Ltd
Welcoming ‘Hotels, restaurants and bars, markets and shops that welcome guests and enhance the leisure offers and hospitality experience for visitors and Londoners alike’.
Illuminated River, with Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands, Leo Villareal Studio, Atelier Ten, Marine : Beckett Rankin, Core Five, Thomson Ecology, Montagu Evans, FM Conway for Illuminated River Foundation
Stow-Away Hotel, with Doone Silver Kerr, CMT Construction, JMS Consulting Engineers, Ferguson Brown, MLM, WSP, Stroma for Stow Projects & Ciel Capital
Placemaking 'New or rediscovered public spaces; parts of London that have been given new life through improvements to streets, squares, playgrounds, water spaces or parks'.
Granary Square Pavilion, with Bill Phillips Architects
Dwelling 'The best examples of individual new homes in small sites across the capital, from one up to five units.'
Wolsey Mews, with Burd Haward Architects
Our congratulations to the teams and individuals involved with us in these projects.