Regent's Canal Development Wins Architecture Award
We are thrilled to announce that our Lime Wharf (Rosemary Works) development has won an award in the New London Architecture Awards 2015. Rosemary Works was commended amongst the 'very best' architecture and developments in the capital.
The awards recognise the very best new and proposed architecture, planning and development in the capital, including both new and proposed projects across all sectors of the built environment.
Lime Wharf was one of the 17 that were shortlisted in the Housing category. Shortlisting was judged by a jury of international architects who selected on the basis of high quality, sustainable architecture and urban environment.
Lime Wharf is situated on the site of a former industrial warehouse in the Regents Canal conservation area in Hackney. It’s striking appearance was designed by Stephen Davy Peter Smith Architects and the development consists of 18 social rented, 6 shared ownership and 28 private sale units.
Image: Family Mosaic's Jeffrey Ruffels (left) and Stephen Davy Peter Smith Architects