The White Ink team is very proud that the Brentford Lock West housing scheme is one of four projects shortlisted for the inaugural RIBA Neave Brown Award.
RIBA president Ben Derbyshire commented “We urgently need to build new homes in the UK, but must ensure that they are sustainable and of the highest quality to meet the needs of current and future generations. This shortlist presents four exemplars – innovative, creative and highly desirable new communities in a diverse range of locations and situations.”
Read more about the shortlist for the very first Neave Brown Award for Housing.
Winners will be announced at the RIBA Stirling Prize ceremony on 8th October.
As part of the McAleer & Rushe team, White Ink Architects developed the design and delivered this scheme which creates a distinctive presence along the Grand Union Canal in West London.