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SSDA 2019 – Introduction

By Christopher Nash RIBA – Chairman of the Judging panel. Again this year I was very pleased to moderate the deliberations of our talented judging team …

Project of the Year: Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, New Stadium

The Premier League’s newest stadium has a 62,000 all-seater capacity and a sliding pitch to allow it to host non-football events. FACT FILE Architect: …

Award: Coal Drops Yard, London

A bespoke curving steel-framed roof structure straddles two restored buildings and provides a new retail destination with its crowning glory. FACT FILE …

Award: Taplow Riverside Footbridge

The latest Thames crossing is a slender, sculptural form that was erected in an area of natural beauty with limited construction access. FACT FILE Architect: …

Award: Tombola HQ, Sunderland

Exposed steelwork and floor slabs adorn the interior of a new multi-million-pound headquarters building for a leading IT company. FACT FILE Architect: Ryder …

Award: Wimbledon No.1 Court

This year the home of lawn tennis unveiled a new retractable roof, allowing uninterrupted play, irrespective of the weather, on its second most-important …

Commendation: Battersea Arts Centre

Following a devastating fire in 2015, a steel-framed roof structure has been installed to transform a Grade II* listed arts centre in London. FACT FILE …

Commendation: Chiswick Park Footbridge

A three-span arched footbridge provides a key pedestrian link between a west London business park and a local underground station. FACT FILE Architect: Useful …

Commendation: Fen Court, London

A 15-storey office and retail scheme in the City of London was built around and without disrupting the operations of an on-site high street bank FACT FILE …

Commendation: Ingenuity House, Birmingham

A headquarters building for a leading construction firm forms the catalyst for a regional regeneration programme. FACT FILE Architect: Sheppard Robson …

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