Awards

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“An attuned and confident craftsmanship matched by few British architects.”

– Rory Olycato, The Architects’ Journal

Awards
Ash Sakula is one of only 22 UK architectural practices, out of more than 3,000, to have won six or more RIBA Awards in the past ten years.

 

2017

The Malings, Ouseburn
RIBA Regional Award – North East

Old Police Station, Colchester
RICS Award

Wickside, London
Three prizes at New London Architecture awards:
Masterplans & Area Strategies Winner
Mixed Use Unbuilt Winner
Overall Winner

 

2016

Exhibition Mews, Bordon
RIBA Stephen Lawrence Award Shortlist
RIBA Award

The Malings, Ouseburn
Housing Design Awards – ‘Supreme Award’

 

2015

Wickside, London
MIPIM Future Project Award

Exhibition Mews, Bordon
What House? Award

 

2013

The Malings, Ouseburn
Housing Design Award (Project)

 

2012

Tibby’s Triangle, Southwold
Housing Design Award (Completion)

Exhibition Mews, Bordon
First prize Whitehill Bordon Competition

 

2011

Tibby’s Triangle, Southwold
What House? Award for Best Brownfield Development

UK Centre for Carnival Arts
RIBA Award for Architecture

 

2010

Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff
RIBA/RSAW Award for Architecture

 

2009

Hothouse
RIBA Award for Architecture
Civic Trust Award

Castle Quay, Bedford
HCA Places for All Award

 

2008

Hothouse
Hackney Design Award

St Botolph’s, Colchester
MIPIM Future Project Award

House for Art Collector
RIBA Award for Architecture

Tibby’s Triangle, Southwold
Housing Design Award (Project)

 

2006

Peabody Housing, Silvertown
Sustainable Living, best built project

LCB Depot, Leicester
EM Award for Architecture

 

2005

LCB Depot, Leicester
RIBA Award for Architecture

St. Margaret’s Loop, East Grinstead
First Prize Sustrans Competition

 

2004

Adnams’ Victoria Street Site
First Prize Southwold Competition

Sparkenhoe School Theatre
RIBA Award for Architecture

Castle Lane, Bedford
First Prize RIBA Competition

Brookes Road High Rise
First Prize RIBA Competition

 

2003

Hothouse
Two prizes at the first London Planning Awards:
Best planned project contributing to London’s future
Mayor’s special award for planning excellence

 

2002

Room to Grow: A child’s space in the 21st century home
First Prize RIBA Competition

Homes for Learning
First Prize RIBA Competition

 

2001

Fresh Ideas for Low Cost Home Ownership
First Prize Peabody Trust Competition

Hothouse
RSA Award for Architecture

 

2000

29 Doughty Mews WC1
Civic Trust Award

 

1999

New Mill, Witney
West Oxfordshire Design Award

 

1998

29 Doughty Mews WC1
RIBA Award for Architecture

 

1997

Birdwing Conservatory
RIBA Award for Architecture