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Case studies

Read more about award-winning schemes and the best of international housing design.  See who won Building for Life Awards in 2009.

London case studies

  • Abbotts Wharf

    Abbotts Wharf

    Tower Hamlets, London

    Hailed by the judges as a "pioneering development from a socially conscious developer", Abbotts Wharf has brought new life to a drab brownfield site.

  • Adelaide Wharf

    Hackney, London

    Adelaide Wharf is a redevelopment of a brownfield site into high- density, high-quality housing within a largely residential area of Hackney.

  • Angel Waterside

    Angel Waterside

    Islington, London

    An imaginative high density, mixed tenure, mixed use urban redevelopment of a former brownfield site, which also creates an excellent new public amenity.

  • Angell Town

    Angell Town

    Brixton, London

    This entirely social housing scheme is a radical redevelopment of a Lambeth Council 'groundscraper' 4 and 5 storey estate finished in 1978, which from its inception had serious problems of crime and unsociability.

  • Barking Central

    Barking, London

    Barking Central is a development that adds up to more than the sum of its parts. Delivered through a public-private partnership, it has transformed the heart of Barking, east London, by creating a truly civic space around the existing town hall and library.

  • Beaufort Court

    Beaufort Court


    Beaufort Court in Lillie Road, West London was designed as a model of affordable housing.

  • Brewery Square


    This high density project extends the historic character of its location to provide a dynamic urban experience in the modern idiom.

  • Charter Quay


    This development has regenerated a brownfield site of exceptional importance. The site fronts on to the Thames, and backs on to Kingston town centre.

  • Elmington Estate

    Southwark, London

    Elmington Estate, a 1960s high crime estate in Camberwell, has been replaced with a striking new development which re-establishes the basis of a traditional street network.

  • Empire Square

    Empire Square

    Borough, London

    An inner city warehouse site near Borough High Street has been transformed into a triangular mixed use block designed by award-winning architects Rolfe Judd and comprising three buildings which enclose a new public garden with a dramatically sculpted pavilion.

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