Don't Move, Improve! 2019 - Winners Announcement and Private View

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New London Architecture

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Join us as we reveal this year's winners at the private view of London's best new home extension projects!

Celebrating London’s best-designed and most innovative home extensions completed in the last two years, Don’t Move, Improve! 2019 showcases 130 responses from architects working with London’s eclectic mix of building types.

Be the first to hear this year’s winning projects, selected by an esteemed jury of industry leaders, experts and journalists from London’s built environment, including Carl Turner of Carl Turner Architects, Cany Ash of Ash Sakula, Jo McCafferty of Levitt Bernstein, Amy Frearson of Dezeen and Philippa Stockley of the London Evening Standard.

Now in its ninth year, the competition exhibits the capital’s best designs, demonstrating exceptional innovation and cost-effectiveness in the delivery of better living space for Londoners.

Programme Champions: Clippings, Timber Trade Federation, Wood Campus
Programme Supporters: Architect's Republic, Home Notes
Media Partner: Dezeen, Dezeen Jobs, Evening Standard Homes & Property
Partner: RIBA London
Charity Partner: Article 25

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New London Architecture (NLA) is an independent forum for discussion, debate and information about architecture, planning, development and construction in the capital. Our core mission is to bring people together to shape a better city.

A busy year-round programme of events, research and exhibitions examines all issues affecting London’s built environment and attracts all those with a stake in the future of the city – politicians, professionals and the public. We bring the broadest group of people from all disciplines and communities together to share knowledge and debate the city’s unprecedented growth.

We are based at The Building Centre in central London where our giant interactive model of central London is free to visit six days a week.

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