Don’t Move, Improve! 2017 awards names home extension winners

A home extension on Pages Lane by Kirkwood McCarthy was Highly Commended by the jury

A home extension on Pages Lane by Kirkwood McCarthy was Highly Commended by the jury - Credit: David Butler

Home improvement projects from Muswell Hill, Tufnell Park, Hornsey and Kilburn received prizes at last night’s award ceremony

Clay House by Simon Astridge Architecture Workshop won the award for Best Interior Design

Clay House by Simon Astridge Architecture Workshop won the award for Best Interior Design - Credit: Archant

North London design projects were honoured at New London Architecture’s annual Don’t Move, Improve! awards ceremony last night.

The competition highlights exemplary home extension and refurbishment projects that push the boundaries of innovative design across London.

The jury were impressed by the reimaging of space via the addition of an internal courtyard

The jury were impressed by the reimaging of space via the addition of an internal courtyard - Credit: David Butler

Kirkwood McCarthy were Highly Commended for their work on family home on Pages Lane in Muswell Hill where they added a black zinc clad ground floor wing, complete with interior courtyard.

Best Use of Materials went to this limewashed brick and glass extension in Hornsey

Best Use of Materials went to this limewashed brick and glass extension in Hornsey - Credit: Photo by St�le Eriksen

Erbar Mattes won Best Use of Materials for their limewashed brick and glass extension on Harvey Road, Hornsey.

Studio McLeod were awarded the award for Most Innovative for their home/studio

Studio McLeod were awarded the award for Most Innovative for their home/studio - Credit: Archant

The award for the Most Innovative project was given to Studio McLeod for a live / work solution for their office and home hybrid.

The Clay House was awarded Best Interior Design

The Clay House was awarded Best Interior Design - Credit: Archant

Best Interior Design went to the Clay House in Tufnell Park, by Simon Astridge Architecture Workshop.

The jury praised the nine overall winners were praised by the jury for their liveability and attention to detail.

See the full list of winners here.


You may also want to watch:


Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter
Comments powered by Disqus