RIBA Awards 2005
by / June 27, 2005


The Royal Institute of British Architects have chosen 71 new buildings across the UK and the EU and rewarded them with RIBA Awards for their "high architectural standards and their contribution to their local environment.". 15 of the projects are residential, the three above are; Extension to private town house London, a tiny MoCo extension to house some new bathrooms, Private farmhouse Gloucestershire, featuring a glass structure which bridges two original structures, and Wheatfield Courtyard co. Dublin, an update of an abandoned farmhouse. Via Archinect.

Architects: Henning Stummel Architect Limited, Jamieson Associates Architects, David McDowell
+ RIBA Awards 2005 - Residential schemes



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Georgian town house extension designed by Henning Stummel Architect Limited. "Fenestration was to be in 'keeping'. Our response was to avoid conventional windows. Sanded Perspex boards blend seamlessly into the ship lapped surface and give the impression of a homogenously clad box. This impression is re enforced by using playful camouflage. Each board is painted in a shade of grey, to further conceal the location of 'windows'.".


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