award

Stirling prize 2019 winner, Goldsmith Street, by Mikhail Riches with Cathy Hawley.

A Modest Masterpiece

It seems entirely appropriate that the Stirling Prize goes to a Council House scheme on the one hundred year anniversary of the Addison Act of 1919, which paved the way for the mass construction of social housing. Appropriate also in the current social climate of environmental concerns. It was a double celebration for the architects, Mikhail Riches with Cathy Hawley, as the scheme also won the Neave Brown Award for Housing 2019 on the same evening. Conceived for an Architectural Competition 11 years

Bronze Award – Best Development

  Working with Freeman Homes, RRA has helped to secure a design award for an exciting contemporary housing development. The design award was presented by David Walliams to Luke Freeman of Freeman Homes, for ‘The Avenue’, a project consisting of new build housing, located along The Walford Road, Ross on Wye. The designs are minimal in character with a simple palette of materials, and large window openings, to absorb the surrounding context, which is predominantly residential and

Housing Development continues award winning strategy

Continuing our longstanding relationship with Freeman Homes, in 2015 RRA helped to secure planning for an exciting contemporary housing development in the village of Llangrove, a development which is now well into its construction phase. Following on closely from our recently completed ‘What House?’ design award winning scheme in Ross on Wye, ‘The Close’ utilises the successful housing type developed for the Ross scheme and remodels the well-planned living spaces and simple palette of materials within this rural context,