Open City

The judges said: “The winner is a terrific example of how to share truly original educational content which shows the potential for social media to open architecture up to the broader public. We loved the simplicity and consistency of this account and its strong sense of community and liveliness.”



BVN Architecture 

Gort Scott 

Open City 

Sordo Madaleno 

Spirit of Space 

Strom Architects


The judges said: “The winner stood out for punchy writing with bags of personality. The judges particularly liked the project descriptions which are clear and well-structured and the use of  hashtags are a great way of sorting out who’s who in the London office.”

Written content: Free Projects 


TateHindle Written content: Free Projects

Sheppard Robson Written content: Free Projects

UNStudio Written content: Karen Murphy & Alexis Trausi


The judges said “Each website looks unique with a rich amount of material, clearly laid out with a design that has the user in mind and a tone that engages people in the complexities of urban change rather than trying to be ‘fun’ or simplistic.”

Client: Bristol City Council

Website branding: Burgess & Beech

Content: Arcadis, Turner Works,  Cadence PR,  Action Greater Bedminster



Harlow and Gilston Garden Town 

Social Value & Engagement Lead: Quality of Life Foundation , Digital Engagement Platform:  Commonplace, Data Analysis: Stantec, Local Community Engagement: Rainbow Services

 Karakusevic Carson Architects

London Borough of Waltham Forest 

The Glass-House Community Led Design

Watford Borough Council

Watford Borough Council: Semeta Bloomfield, Johnny Lui Commonplace: Jessica Oates, Lauryn Brown, Rosa Bolger, Penknife: Paul Cushway, Groundworks East: Emily Evans

The American Hardwood Export Council and Disegno

The judges said:”This is a strong show produced with craft and attention to detail and it’s a timely subject within the context of the climate crisis. The way the narration drops in and out with signposting creates the feel of a crisp audio documentary.”


Business of Architecture UK 

Podcast host:  Rion Willard

The FreeThinking Podcast

Podcast host: Adam Scott

Property Development Book Club

Architects Journal Climate Champions podcast

Hosts: Hattie Hartman and George Morgan

Produced and edited by Concept Culture

 Office Talk; Marketing for Architecture

Podcast host: Dave Sharp

Transition by Design

The judges said: “The winner showcases the energy, power and ingenuity of the quintessential grass roots activism group, while tackling one of the UK’s  biggest and most important issues. As judges we felt the collective has much potential and we look forward to seeing what they do next.”






Segregation by Design


NOOMA Studio

Phoenix Road Performing Gardens

The judges said “The winning project stood out for its authentic narration that takes the audience with it every step of the journey and has helped people connect with their neighbourhood and its future.”


Advanced Research Clusters (ARC) 

Brand Strategy & Identity: dn&co

The Turing Building

Brand Strategy & Identity: Chocolate 

Edward Street Quarter

Brand Strategy & Brand Identity:  Letter27

Paradise Quarter

Brand Strategy & Identity: Marlon Tate



Tétris Design & Build

What if …Sanofi Head Office

The judges said: “This is a slightly unconventional film, however it is one that fully uses the medium. Humour is generally absent from most architectural films which also make this a distinctive production.”


Diamond Schmitt Architects  – Heritage and Craft: Holy Blossom Temple Renewal

Heatherwick Studio – Glasshouse

Director/Producer: Marcus Hawk

Public Practice – Career Shaping 

Videographer: Aurelia Bergs

Spirit of Space –La Fábrica, Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura



The judges said: “This is a bold fresh engaging website, a contemporary brand applied to architecture, interesting to read, fresh, with beautiful lettering and exemplary graphic design.”

BVN Architecture: Imogen Corlette, Lulu Cipriani, Mitch Page, Brand redevelopment: Base Design


Haptic Architects  

Website design and development: BOB Design

Sheppard Robson

Website design and development: BOB Design

Selencky Parsons

Website design and development: TM


Website design and development: BOB Design

Ayers Saint Gross/For Office Use Only

The judges said: “The winner puts useability ahead of the visual experience and impressed the judges by meeting all standards of accessibility with sophisticated search. They said the user experience is amazing and as seamless on mobile as it on desktop.”

The judges gave a highly commended to Paul Archer Design and its design agency, Engine.

Website concept, design, and development by For Office Use Only 



Paul Archer Design

Website design and build by Engine 

Haptic Architects

Website design and development: BOB Design

SB Architects

Website design and development: Chen Design 

Selencky Parsons

Website design and development: TM


Website design and development: BOB Design

Office D. Sharp

The judges said: “The winner has a very comprehensive knowledge of social media which gave us confidence they know how to engage in these areas. The new brand identity is fun and witty and reflects the consultant’s deep understanding of the architecture industry.”





Website:  Pure Graphic Design 

Julia Nicholls Communications


Branding & website design:  Middle Name


Website design & development:  Ten4 ,Copywriting:  Ayo Abbas



Best Overall - Sheppard Robson/BOB Design

The judges said: “The winner has been on a  huge journey overhauling its brand while bringing disparate parts of the business together. The design is energetic and authoritative and its content gives a real sense of the team and the people behind it.”



Tate Hindle





Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

University of Warwick, Faculty of Arts Building 

The judges said: “The winning film  successfully portrays the spatial complexity of the space but it also has a strong narrative thread which gives it structure and mood that elevates it beyond being a film about a new building.”

Editor: Tom Thistlethwaite,

Camera:  Street Films

Producer/DirectorAnna Rank:  FCBStudios,


Jamie Fobert ArchitectsHouse in Primrose Hill 

Filmmaker: Tapio Snellman

ScottWhitbyStudioJubilee Pool Lido

Filmaker: Stephenson& 

PDP LondonRegent’s Crescent

Visual content agency: Wonderhatch

Spirit of SpaceBrooklyn Bridge Park 

Squire & Partners: London office

Filmaker: Jim Stephenson

The Innovation Award - Resi

The judges were impressed by the intuitive solution that the winner had created, which seeks to both demystify and guide people through an intimidating and complex process.

The entry clearly demonstrated a thorough understanding of the problem homeowners face and provided a convincing range of qualitative and quantitative metrics that demonstrate that they have found an answer that speaks to their challenges.

The judges also appreciated that the winner went the extra mile to empower users to make more sustainable decisions.



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