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Deborah Saunt judges the Dezeen AwardsDirector Deborah Saunt joins a cohort of leading architects and designers judging the first ever Dezeen Awards ahead of the presentation ceremony in London on 27 November. The group finalised the 33 award winners, selected from more than 3,500 submissions from architects and designers around the world.Share:
Success for Link Special Needs School at the NLA AwardsWe are very proud that our project for the Link Special Needs School in Sutton has received an awards in the Education category at the NLA Awards 2018 yesterday.
The project follows the success of DSDHA's Pond Meadow School in Guildford: a multiple award-winning special needs "through" school for children and young adults, aged 2 – 19, with severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties.Share:
Abell & Cleland Shortlisted for Housing Design AwardAbell & Cleland, our new-built residential block in Westminster, has been shortlisted for the Housing Design Awards 2018. The judges will visit the site on 1st May and winners will be announced during the ceremony on 2nd July.Share:
South Molton Street Shortlisted for Best New Place to Work AwardThe London Planning Awards has unveiled South Molton Street as one of the contenders for the Best New Place to Work Award. London Mayor, Boris Johnson, stated that these awards promote 'good quality planning to ensure London remains the best city in the world to live, work and visit.'Read more about the project here.Tags: South Molton Street awards London Planning London Planning Awards mixed-use residential work officesShare: