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Manchester Architects Awards 2017 winners 14th June 2017 Designed by Agency Spring www.agency-spring.com Printed by Entwistle www.entwistlegroup.co.uk


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We care about you and what we do We have a depth of experience of over 100 years helping us to promote and deliver new ideas. We listen to and work together with new and existing customers to maximise efficiency and provide the best possible solution.

It is with great excitement that we launch this year’s Manchester Architects Awards with the inaugural Future Manchester Symposium, which will celebrate new projects across a range of sectors including transport, living, culture and working in the city. We have received a record number of entries for the awards and the standard this year has been exceptionally high. Independently judged by Richard Murphy, his commentary on the shortlisted and winning schemes is testament to that. Thank you to all those firms who entered. However much this process is about celebrating our important contributions as architects to the quality of people’s lives in the city, we must also pause to reflect upon recent events in Manchester. Our thoughts go out to the families and friends of those who lost their lives in the recent senseless terrorist attack that took place only a few weeks ago at Manchester Arena, and also to those who were injured both physically and emotionally on that terrible night. Nevertheless we as a city should be justifiably proud in the way that we responded, from the moving tributes in St Ann’s Square to the beautiful bee memorial murals that now adorn some of our city spaces. This city has an industrious and illustrious past, and an incredibly bright future. We as architects in the city can be proud of the contribution we make now, and will continue to make in the future.


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A word from the president ... Ged Couser

Where green is great At Entwistle, we use sustainable products whenever possible and strive to be as environmentally friendly as we can. We use bicycle couriers, recycle where possible and scrutinise and encourage our suppliers to do the same. We print on a wide range of environmentally sustainable materials and our FSC range of papers are fast becoming the popular choice with Entwistle customers.

We care about you and what we do We have a depth of experience of over 100 years helping us to promote and deliver new ideas. We listen to and work together with new and existing customers to maximise efficiency and provide the best possible solution.

It is with great excitement that we launch this year’s Manchester Architects Awards with the inaugural Future Manchester Symposium, which will celebrate new projects across a range of sectors including transport, living, culture and working in the city. We have received a record number of entries for the awards and the standard this year has been exceptionally high. Independently judged by Richard Murphy, his commentary on the shortlisted and winning schemes is testament to that. Thank you to all those firms who entered. However much this process is about celebrating our important contributions as architects to the quality of people’s lives in the city, we must also pause to reflect upon recent events in Manchester. Our thoughts go out to the families and friends of those who lost their lives in the recent senseless terrorist attack that took place only a few weeks ago at Manchester Arena, and also to those who were injured both physically and emotionally on that terrible night. Nevertheless we as a city should be justifiably proud in the way that we responded, from the moving tributes in St Ann’s Square to the beautiful bee memorial murals that now adorn some of our city spaces. This city has an industrious and illustrious past, and an incredibly bright future. We as architects in the city can be proud of the contribution we make now, and will continue to make in the future.


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The Categories Category 1 – Commercial – Unbuilt

The Judge Category 8 – Community – Built

Category 2 – Commercial – Built

Category 9 – Small Project of the Year

Category 3 – Multiple Residential – Unbuilt

Category 10 – President’s Choice – Unbuilt

Category 4 – Multiple Residential – Built

Category 11 – President’s Choice – Built

Category 5 – One off House – Unbuilt

Category 12 – Rossant Award

Category 6 – One off House – Built

Category 13 – Future Architect of the Year

Category 7 – Community – Unbuilt

Category 14 – Building of the Year 2017

Richard Murphy Since it was founded in 1991, Richard Murphy Architects has won more RIBA awards than any other practice in Scotland – 19 in total – across education, arts, healthcare and housing projects. Richard is design leader in the practice for all projects and his work has ranged from domestic through to public and private housing; theatres and arts centres; buildings for education and health; and two British embassies. Most recently, the practice has been involved with major mixed developments in both Glasgow and Edinburgh – a £110 million development at Candleriggs Quarter and a significant redevelopment in the Haymarket. Current work in Higher Education includes Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge and the Centre for Theatre and Performance at the National University of Ireland, Galway; alongside a number of healthcare projects dedicated to the care of patients in mental health and dementia. Richard has just completed his own contemporary house within the World Heritage Site of the New Town of Edinburgh, which has a strong energy agenda. Richard’s work has been extensively reviewed in the press and he himself frequently contributes to architectural journals. He is an academic authority on the work of Italian architect Carlo Scarpa, and continues to lecture widely both on Scarpa and his own work both at home and abroad. Richard is a member of RIBA, a Fellow the RIAS, an Academician of the Royal Scottish Academy, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and an Honorary Fellow of Napier University.


The Categories Category 1 – Commercial – Unbuilt

The Judge Category 8 – Community – Built

Category 2 – Commercial – Built

Category 9 – Small Project of the Year

Category 3 – Multiple Residential – Unbuilt

Category 10 – President’s Choice – Unbuilt

Category 4 – Multiple Residential – Built

Category 11 – President’s Choice – Built

Category 5 – One off House – Unbuilt

Category 12 – Rossant Award

Category 6 – One off House – Built

Category 13 – Future Architect of the Year

Category 7 – Community – Unbuilt

Category 14 – Building of the Year 2017

Richard Murphy Since it was founded in 1991, Richard Murphy Architects has won more RIBA awards than any other practice in Scotland – 19 in total – across education, arts, healthcare and housing projects. Richard is design leader in the practice for all projects and his work has ranged from domestic through to public and private housing; theatres and arts centres; buildings for education and health; and two British embassies. Most recently, the practice has been involved with major mixed developments in both Glasgow and Edinburgh – a £110 million development at Candleriggs Quarter and a significant redevelopment in the Haymarket. Current work in Higher Education includes Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge and the Centre for Theatre and Performance at the National University of Ireland, Galway; alongside a number of healthcare projects dedicated to the care of patients in mental health and dementia. Richard has just completed his own contemporary house within the World Heritage Site of the New Town of Edinburgh, which has a strong energy agenda. Richard’s work has been extensively reviewed in the press and he himself frequently contributes to architectural journals. He is an academic authority on the work of Italian architect Carlo Scarpa, and continues to lecture widely both on Scarpa and his own work both at home and abroad. Richard is a member of RIBA, a Fellow the RIAS, an Academician of the Royal Scottish Academy, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and an Honorary Fellow of Napier University.


Category 1 – Commercial – Unbuilt

Winner: Stephenson Studio – Altair Phase II The final three in the shortlist represented a very diverse range of urban projects from an enormous office building in Oman, to a clever rooftop renovation and extension in Stevenson Sq and a reordering of a suburban shopping street in Altrincham with mixed use buildings. The prize has gone to the Altrincham project which has the promise of not just making a new urban space in suburbia, and placing residences back in the town centre, but also in the process creating some eye-catching architecture.

Runner Up: BDP – Institute of Public Administration Oman

Runner Up: Hawkins Brown – The Neighbourhood Rooftop Extension

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Category 1 – Commercial – Unbuilt

Winner: Stephenson Studio – Altair Phase II The final three in the shortlist represented a very diverse range of urban projects from an enormous office building in Oman, to a clever rooftop renovation and extension in Stevenson Sq and a reordering of a suburban shopping street in Altrincham with mixed use buildings. The prize has gone to the Altrincham project which has the promise of not just making a new urban space in suburbia, and placing residences back in the town centre, but also in the process creating some eye-catching architecture.

Runner Up: BDP – Institute of Public Administration Oman

Runner Up: Hawkins Brown – The Neighbourhood Rooftop Extension

Sponsored By: RSL


Category 2 – Commercial – Built

Winner: SixTwo – Stubbs Mill

Runner Up: Annabelle Tugby Architects – AT Studio

This was a well-contested category and again a very diverse shortlist consisting of a large freestanding office building in central Manchester and, by complete contrast, a tiny and beautifully crafted studio in Cheshire. The award went to the robust and stylish conversion of Stubbs Mill in New Islington, where the architect has built on the ruined architecture of the former mill in a minimalist but very clever conversion, where new work is clearly delineated from the original.

Runner Up: Cartwright Pickard – XYZ

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Category 2 – Commercial – Built

Winner: SixTwo – Stubbs Mill

Runner Up: Annabelle Tugby Architects – AT Studio

This was a well-contested category and again a very diverse shortlist consisting of a large freestanding office building in central Manchester and, by complete contrast, a tiny and beautifully crafted studio in Cheshire. The award went to the robust and stylish conversion of Stubbs Mill in New Islington, where the architect has built on the ruined architecture of the former mill in a minimalist but very clever conversion, where new work is clearly delineated from the original.

Runner Up: Cartwright Pickard – XYZ

Sponsored By: Marshalls


Category 3 – Multiple Residential – Unbuilt

Winner: SixTwo – Lever Street This was a fascinating category and witness to the continued success of the re-urbanisation of the centre of the city. Two projects by the same architect at Mangle Street and Quay Street respectively both squeeze accommodation onto restricted sites and, in the case of the latter, enjoys the challenge of expressing externally the different functions of apartments and hotel in one of the towers for which Manchester is becoming famous.

Runner Up: Stephenson Studio – Mangle Street Apartments

Runner Up: Stephenson Studio – Quay Street

The winner is the housing project at Lever Street. This is truly ingenious in how a Corbusian section, combined with a highly-modelled facade, turns a prominent corner and still says that it is a Manchester building.

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Category 3 – Multiple Residential – Unbuilt

Winner: SixTwo – Lever Street This was a fascinating category and witness to the continued success of the re-urbanisation of the centre of the city. Two projects by the same architect at Mangle Street and Quay Street respectively both squeeze accommodation onto restricted sites and, in the case of the latter, enjoys the challenge of expressing externally the different functions of apartments and hotel in one of the towers for which Manchester is becoming famous.

Runner Up: Stephenson Studio – Mangle Street Apartments

Runner Up: Stephenson Studio – Quay Street

The winner is the housing project at Lever Street. This is truly ingenious in how a Corbusian section, combined with a highly-modelled facade, turns a prominent corner and still says that it is a Manchester building.

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Category 4 – Multiple Residential – Built

Winner: Buttress – Timekeepers Square A strong category again with a very diverse shortlist. In London a beautiful and impeccably detailed free-standing tower at Canary Wharf, where sleeping and living are expressed externally, and a very innovative and internally-flexible town house development in Chorlton. The prize goes to Timekeepers Square  in central Salford. Not only is this well designed and detailed medium density city living, it creates a series of modest urban places and integrates itself into the existing city; another move in the successful re-inhabitation of the city.

Runner Up: Buttress – Chorlton Villas

Runner Up: SimpsonHaugh and Partners – Dollar Bay

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Category 4 – Multiple Residential – Built

Winner: Buttress – Timekeepers Square A strong category again with a very diverse shortlist. In London a beautiful and impeccably detailed free-standing tower at Canary Wharf, where sleeping and living are expressed externally, and a very innovative and internally-flexible town house development in Chorlton. The prize goes to Timekeepers Square  in central Salford. Not only is this well designed and detailed medium density city living, it creates a series of modest urban places and integrates itself into the existing city; another move in the successful re-inhabitation of the city.

Runner Up: Buttress – Chorlton Villas

Runner Up: SimpsonHaugh and Partners – Dollar Bay

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Category 5 – One off House – Unbuilt

Winner: Stephenson Studio – Prestbury House

Runner Up: Annabelle Tugby Architects – The Court House

Three suburban houses each sitting on restricted sites but escaping the usual suburban pattern. The award goes to a proposed house at Prestbury, Cheshire, which promises to  be a beautifully detailed almost Wrightian Usonian composition over three levels for a disabled client. The plan and entrance sequence of the house engages with some significant topography and is particularly clever.

Runner Up: GA Studio – Residence 1701

Sponsored By: Poggenpohl


Category 5 – One off House – Unbuilt

Winner: Stephenson Studio – Prestbury House

Runner Up: Annabelle Tugby Architects – The Court House

Three suburban houses each sitting on restricted sites but escaping the usual suburban pattern. The award goes to a proposed house at Prestbury, Cheshire, which promises to  be a beautifully detailed almost Wrightian Usonian composition over three levels for a disabled client. The plan and entrance sequence of the house engages with some significant topography and is particularly clever.

Runner Up: GA Studio – Residence 1701

Sponsored By: Poggenpohl


Category 6 – One off House – Built

Winner: Project 349 – Project 3

Runner Up: Annabelle Tugby Architects – Oak Brow

Surprisingly only two entries for this category, both extensions of existing houses, one in the Cheshire countryside and the other extending a Victorian villa in a conservation area of Devisdale, Altrincham at Oak. Both done to a very high standard, the prize goes to the Altrincham project, a garden room and kitchen as well as internal remodelling. The new room is capable of being completely opened up to the garden with the twentieth century iconic device of the disappearing corner!

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Category 6 – One off House – Built

Winner: Project 349 – Project 3

Runner Up: Annabelle Tugby Architects – Oak Brow

Surprisingly only two entries for this category, both extensions of existing houses, one in the Cheshire countryside and the other extending a Victorian villa in a conservation area of Devisdale, Altrincham at Oak. Both done to a very high standard, the prize goes to the Altrincham project, a garden room and kitchen as well as internal remodelling. The new room is capable of being completely opened up to the garden with the twentieth century iconic device of the disappearing corner!

Sponsored By: Entwistle


Category 7 – Community – Unbuilt

Winner: Hodder and Partners – RHS Garden Bridgewater Salford Three strong contenders in this category: a Technology Institute in Singapore with extensive gardens both under and on top of the buildings; a transparent students’ union building in Preston for the University of Central Lancashire; and the prize winner, the “welcome building” in the new Bridgewater Park created by the Royal Horticultural Society. An all-timber linear building, beautifully integrated with surrounding landscape and containing a variety of functions, as well as generous external covered space.

Runner Up: BDP – Institute of Public Administration

Runner Up: Hawkins Brown – UCLAN Student Centre and University Squares

Sponsored By: VELUX


Category 7 – Community – Unbuilt

Winner: Hodder and Partners – RHS Garden Bridgewater Salford Three strong contenders in this category: a Technology Institute in Singapore with extensive gardens both under and on top of the buildings; a transparent students’ union building in Preston for the University of Central Lancashire; and the prize winner, the “welcome building” in the new Bridgewater Park created by the Royal Horticultural Society. An all-timber linear building, beautifully integrated with surrounding landscape and containing a variety of functions, as well as generous external covered space.

Runner Up: BDP – Institute of Public Administration

Runner Up: Hawkins Brown – UCLAN Student Centre and University Squares

Sponsored By: VELUX


Category 8 – Community – Built

Winner: BDP – Oldham Town Hall

Runner Up: OMI Architects – Saddleworth Museum, Uppermill

This category shortlisted a tiny and beautifully detailed Pennine museum extension in Saddleworth, and a highly crafted new music auditorium for Cheetham’s Music School with variable acoustics detailed superbly in and out. The winner is the conversion of the former Town Hall in Oldham into a cinema where the individual auditoria colonise the various former civic chambers and are linked by a new foyer built along the long side of the plan. This is a radical and clever use of an otherwise difficult historic building.

Runner Up: Stephenson Studios – Stoller Hall

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Category 8 – Community – Built

Winner: BDP – Oldham Town Hall

Runner Up: OMI Architects – Saddleworth Museum, Uppermill

This category shortlisted a tiny and beautifully detailed Pennine museum extension in Saddleworth, and a highly crafted new music auditorium for Cheetham’s Music School with variable acoustics detailed superbly in and out. The winner is the conversion of the former Town Hall in Oldham into a cinema where the individual auditoria colonise the various former civic chambers and are linked by a new foyer built along the long side of the plan. This is a radical and clever use of an otherwise difficult historic building.

Runner Up: Stephenson Studios – Stoller Hall

Sponsored By: Hays


Category 9 – Small Project of the Year

Winner: Project 3 – Project 349

Runner Up: Jonathan Davidson Architects – 67 Tib Street

All three projects are already shortlisted in differnet catergories and the winner, “Project 349”, a house extension in Altrincham, is indeed one of the smallest projects. A clear winner which combines a garden room and kitchen as well as internal remodelling. The new room is capale of being  completely opened up to the garden with the twentieth century iconic device of the disappearing corner!

Runner Up: Annabelle Tugby Architects – Oak Brow


Category 9 – Small Project of the Year

Winner: Project 3 – Project 349

Runner Up: Jonathan Davidson Architects – 67 Tib Street

All three projects are already shortlisted in differnet catergories and the winner, “Project 349”, a house extension in Altrincham, is indeed one of the smallest projects. A clear winner which combines a garden room and kitchen as well as internal remodelling. The new room is capale of being  completely opened up to the garden with the twentieth century iconic device of the disappearing corner!

Runner Up: Annabelle Tugby Architects – Oak Brow


Category 10 – President’s Choice – Unbuilt

Winner: Hawkins Brown – The Neighbourhood Rooftop Extension This was a very strong category as the short listed entries, within all of the built categories of the awards, are all beautifully conceived projects. A stunning house, a bold student centre and an ambitious rooftop extension vied for the prize. The winner is Hawkins Brown’s Neighbourhood Rooftop Extension which hopefully will be a contextual and sensitive addition to Manchester’s developing Northern Quarter.

Runner Up: Hawkins Brown – UCLAN Student Centre and University Squares

Runner Up: Annabelle Tugby Architects – The Court House


Category 10 – President’s Choice – Unbuilt

Winner: Hawkins Brown – The Neighbourhood Rooftop Extension This was a very strong category as the short listed entries, within all of the built categories of the awards, are all beautifully conceived projects. A stunning house, a bold student centre and an ambitious rooftop extension vied for the prize. The winner is Hawkins Brown’s Neighbourhood Rooftop Extension which hopefully will be a contextual and sensitive addition to Manchester’s developing Northern Quarter.

Runner Up: Hawkins Brown – UCLAN Student Centre and University Squares

Runner Up: Annabelle Tugby Architects – The Court House


Category 11 – President’s Choice – Built

Winner: SimpsonHaugh – Dollar Bay Three projects with incredibly strong yet very different architectural qualities competed for this prize. From a superbly disciplined and beautifully detailed office project to an innovative residential tower, to a sensitive and elegantly conceived museum project, the decision was a difficult one. The winner is SimpsonHaugh’s Dollar Bay which, with its bold crystalline geometry, makes a striking contribution to London’s skyline.

Runner Up: OMI Architects – Saddleworth Museum, Uppermill

Runner Up: Cartwright Pickard – XYZ


Category 11 – President’s Choice – Built

Winner: SimpsonHaugh – Dollar Bay Three projects with incredibly strong yet very different architectural qualities competed for this prize. From a superbly disciplined and beautifully detailed office project to an innovative residential tower, to a sensitive and elegantly conceived museum project, the decision was a difficult one. The winner is SimpsonHaugh’s Dollar Bay which, with its bold crystalline geometry, makes a striking contribution to London’s skyline.

Runner Up: OMI Architects – Saddleworth Museum, Uppermill

Runner Up: Cartwright Pickard – XYZ


Category 12 – Rossant Award 2015

Rossant Award 2016

The Rossant Award is a Manchester Architects award sponsored by BDP which is for second year students at the Manchester School of Architecture. The award is a drawing prize which is awarded to the student with the outstanding portfolio of drawings generated in that year. This prestigious award was first presented in 1977 and is named after former BDP director Lorrie Rossant, an Architect Partner and Chairman of BDP’s Manchester studio. Lorrie was a highly respected member of the Manchester Society of Architects who also had an exceptional talent for drawing.

Winner – Theodoros Tamvakis

Winner – Sanchez Pinela

The award celebrates the best visual communication techniques, including draughtsmanship and electronic representation. The judging panel this year was the President of the Manchester Society of Architects and Richard Murphy.

Arinjoy Sen

Laura Gonzalez Vega

Benjamin Carter

Phillips Hood


Category 12 – Rossant Award 2015

Rossant Award 2016

The Rossant Award is a Manchester Architects award sponsored by BDP which is for second year students at the Manchester School of Architecture. The award is a drawing prize which is awarded to the student with the outstanding portfolio of drawings generated in that year. This prestigious award was first presented in 1977 and is named after former BDP director Lorrie Rossant, an Architect Partner and Chairman of BDP’s Manchester studio. Lorrie was a highly respected member of the Manchester Society of Architects who also had an exceptional talent for drawing.

Winner – Theodoros Tamvakis

Winner – Sanchez Pinela

The award celebrates the best visual communication techniques, including draughtsmanship and electronic representation. The judging panel this year was the President of the Manchester Society of Architects and Richard Murphy.

Arinjoy Sen

Laura Gonzalez Vega

Benjamin Carter

Phillips Hood


Category 13 – Future Architect of the Year

Winner: Samuel T Stone – Chapito’s Extension

Runner Up: Joey Wong – The Mouraria Mosque & Archive

A strong shortlist, the winner “Chapito’s Extension” imagined a journey down a hillside integrated into a steep quarter of Lisbon. The winner designed not just one but several distinct buildings en route with a fascinating series of public spaces, stairs and ramps, all drawn in beautiful pencil drawings – a welcome relief from the CGI!

Runner Up: Chin Kiu Justin Chung – The Red Cellar


Category 13 – Future Architect of the Year

Winner: Samuel T Stone – Chapito’s Extension

Runner Up: Joey Wong – The Mouraria Mosque & Archive

A strong shortlist, the winner “Chapito’s Extension” imagined a journey down a hillside integrated into a steep quarter of Lisbon. The winner designed not just one but several distinct buildings en route with a fascinating series of public spaces, stairs and ramps, all drawn in beautiful pencil drawings – a welcome relief from the CGI!

Runner Up: Chin Kiu Justin Chung – The Red Cellar


Category 14 – Building of the Year 2017

Winner: SixTwo – Stubbs Mill The conversion of the Stubbs Mill is quite outstanding. The very dilapidation of the former derelict mill has been turned to great advantage with stylish but economical new additions and layerings. The new is never cowed by the old but in fact brings it into sharper relief.

Runner Up: Buttress – Timekeepers Square

Runner Up: BDP – Oldham Town Hall


Category 14 – Building of the Year 2017

Winner: SixTwo – Stubbs Mill The conversion of the Stubbs Mill is quite outstanding. The very dilapidation of the former derelict mill has been turned to great advantage with stylish but economical new additions and layerings. The new is never cowed by the old but in fact brings it into sharper relief.

Runner Up: Buttress – Timekeepers Square

Runner Up: BDP – Oldham Town Hall


Fellowship Award winner

Winner: Ian Beaumont Graduating in 1981 and returning to the North West, Ian joined emerging practice Stephenson + Mills. In 1988, he became a founding partner of Mills Beaumont Leavey, with subsequent directorships at MBLC, MBLA and Buttress. Whilst practising, Ian spent 15 years as design tutor and visiting critic at the Manchester School of Architecture. Ian is a past president of the MSA and former member of the RIBA National Council. He has served as examiner in professional practice at the Bartlett and RIBA North West. He is currently a visiting critic at Salford University, an academician with the Academy of Urbanism, and a panel member of Places Matter! Over a career spanning four decades, Ian has completed many significant works in the fields of architecture, masterplanning and urbanism. Whilst at Mills Beaumont Leavey, the practice delivered Sir William Siemens house, a signature piece of modernism on the southern gateway to the city. This was followed by the transformational masterplan for the regeneration of Hulme forming the basis of a new Urban Design Code which became the beginning to the Guide to Development in Manchester. Recently, Ian has been instrumental in urban design and masterplanning strategies linked to the Northern Gateway and southern approach to the city, whilst delivering award winning placemaking and residential projects in the region.


Fellowship Award winner

Winner: Ian Beaumont Graduating in 1981 and returning to the North West, Ian joined emerging practice Stephenson + Mills. In 1988, he became a founding partner of Mills Beaumont Leavey, with subsequent directorships at MBLC, MBLA and Buttress. Whilst practising, Ian spent 15 years as design tutor and visiting critic at the Manchester School of Architecture. Ian is a past president of the MSA and former member of the RIBA National Council. He has served as examiner in professional practice at the Bartlett and RIBA North West. He is currently a visiting critic at Salford University, an academician with the Academy of Urbanism, and a panel member of Places Matter! Over a career spanning four decades, Ian has completed many significant works in the fields of architecture, masterplanning and urbanism. Whilst at Mills Beaumont Leavey, the practice delivered Sir William Siemens house, a signature piece of modernism on the southern gateway to the city. This was followed by the transformational masterplan for the regeneration of Hulme forming the basis of a new Urban Design Code which became the beginning to the Guide to Development in Manchester. Recently, Ian has been instrumental in urban design and masterplanning strategies linked to the Northern Gateway and southern approach to the city, whilst delivering award winning placemaking and residential projects in the region.


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CELEBRATING THE BEST TALENT IN ARCHITECTURE

VELUX CPD: Daylight and the human response Sustainability, naturally.

Hays is proud to sponsor the Manchester Architect Awards 2017.

Daylight and ventilation are crucial for our health, productivity and creativity. How can you maximise them indoors? A modular skylight system. Learn from masters of the business, Velux VMS, whose U-values are amongst the lowest on the market.

We believe outstanding ambition and achievement should be rewarded, so we are pleased to be involved in an event that recognises individuals, helps to raise the profile of the industry and inspires the next generation of architects.

This RIBA-certified CPD covers key aspects of daylight engineering – especially its impact on human beings and their environment – and the latest research in education buildings.

Good luck to all awards nominees and we wish everyone an enjoyable evening. Hays has been a leading recruiter in the UK architectural industry for over 30 years, and with over 18 years of experience recruiting in Greater Manchester, we are best placed to find you your next opportunity. For the latest opportunities in Manchester, contact Gary Sheldrake or Kieron Mattinson on 0161 236 4949 or email gary.sheldrake@hays.com or kieron.mattinson@hays.com

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The MA would like to thank all those involved, the MA Council and friends who have made the awards so successful and especially...

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The MA would like to thank all those involved, the MA Council and friends who have made the awards so successful and especially...

A BIG thankyou to our sponsors.

North West

Also thanks go to:

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Manchester Architects Awards 2017 winners 14th June 2017 Designed by Agency Spring www.agency-spring.com Printed by Entwistle www.entwistlegroup.co.uk

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MA Awards 2017 winners booklet  

Official booklet of the Manchester Architects Awards 2017, featuring winners and nominees. Ceremony held on 14 June 2017.

MA Awards 2017 winners booklet  

Official booklet of the Manchester Architects Awards 2017, featuring winners and nominees. Ceremony held on 14 June 2017.

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