Winning designs from the Architect of the Year Awards 2010

DSDHA and Serie Architects beat off stiff competition for the hotly-contested annual honours
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David Kohn Architects, Stable Acre, Norfolk

1 / 13 David Kohn Architects, Stable Acre, Norfolk

Young Architect of the Year winner: Architects’ Kapil Guta and Chris Lee, Serie Mumbai 1, Mumbai

2 / 13 Young Architect of the Year winner: Architects’ Kapil Guta and Chris Lee, Serie Mumbai 1, Mumbai

Overall winner: DSDHA, Pond Meadow Special Needs School

3 / 13 Overall winner: DSDHA, Pond Meadow Special Needs School

Overall winner: DSDHA, Christ's College, Guildford

4 / 13 Overall winner: DSDHA, Christ's College, Guildford

Overall winner: DSDHA in collaboration with Gross Max Landscape Architects, Potters Field Park,

5 / 13 Overall winner: DSDHA in collaboration with Gross Max Landscape Architects, Potters Field Park,

Healthcare Winner: ORMS and Howells, Skypad Cancer Patient Unit, Cardiff

6 / 13 Healthcare Winner: ORMS and Howells, Skypad Cancer Patient Unit, Cardiff

Healthcare Winner: ORMS and Howells, Royal Arthur Park, Corsham, Wiltshire

7 / 13 Healthcare Winner: ORMS and Howells, Royal Arthur Park, Corsham, Wiltshire

Housing Category Winner: Peter Barber Architects, Spring Gardens, London

8 / 13 Housing Category Winner: Peter Barber Architects, Spring Gardens, London

Hotel and Leisure Winner: Macreanor Lavington Architects, H10 Hotel, Waterloo, London

9 / 13 Hotel and Leisure Winner: Macreanor Lavington Architects, H10 Hotel, Waterloo, London

Stephen Taylor Architects, Sugarhouse Lane Masterplan

10 / 13 Stephen Taylor Architects, Sugarhouse Lane Masterplan

ID:SR - Architect Sheppard Robson, Taylor Wessing Law Firm, London

11 / 13 ID:SR - Architect Sheppard Robson, Taylor Wessing Law Firm, London

Dow Jones Architects, Remodelling of Prospect House, Bath

12 / 13 Dow Jones Architects, Remodelling of Prospect House, Bath

Rick Mather Architects, Barking Skills Centre, London Borough of Barking and Dagenham

13 / 13 Rick Mather Architects, Barking Skills Centre, London Borough of Barking and Dagenham


Unlike other honours, Building Design's Architect of the Year Awards evaluate a whole body of work in a particular sector. The 2010 awards spanned 12 categories, from Healthcare and Hotel & Leisure (won by Orms Architecture Design and Maccreanor Lavington respectively), to the hotly-contested Housing Category (which went to Peter Barber Architects, whose work includes the Spring Gardens homeless facility in Lewisham and Villiers Road Studios in Brent).

The overall prize for the architect of the year was presented to DSDHA, which also bagged the Education Architect of the Year for its work at Stirling Prize-shortlisted Christ’s College in Guildford and the neighbouring Pond Meadow Special Needs School.

The prestigious Young Architect of the Year Award (YAYA) went to Serie Architects’ Kapil Guta and Chris Lee, who follow in the footsteps of Nord, which has gone onto to build the 2012 Olympic park, and Carmody Groake which last year realised the memorial to the victims of the 7/7 bombings.


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