Apr 01, 2019

AJ Small Projects Awards Ceremony 2019

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Now in its 24th year, the annual AJ Small Projects Awards, run again in association with Marley, celebrate completed projects with a contract value of £250,000 and under.

Since they were first launched in 1996, the intention of the awards has remained the same: to give much-deserved recognition to schemes with a more modest pricetag. From home extensions to workspaces, restaurants to shop fit-outs, pavilions to small houses, architects all over the country are busy working on projects that may not make the headlines but provide a real indication of the depth of design talent across the UK today.

The winner of the 2018 award was the Wrong House by Matheson Whiteley, a ‘confidently understated’ wedge-shaped extension to a semi-detached Victorian townhouse in Hackney, east London, which cost just £93,000 to build.

This evening awards event will showcase the 20 shortlisted projects for AJ Small Projects Awards, followed by an awards cereomy to announce the winner.

This is a free to attend event, with space based on a first come, first served basis, so don't miss out! Click here to reserve your ticket.

Studio Egret West are also hosting the coinciding exhibition of all of the shortlisted projects that will run from Thursday, 11th April until Wednesday 8th May. Do drop by and say hello between 10am and 4pm!


AJ Small Projects Awards Ceremony 2019