Awards

2016 – Little England Farm – Winner of “Best Individual New Home” at The LABC Grand Finals 2016

2016 – Little England Farm – Winner of “Best Individual New Home” at The LABC Building Excellence Awards

2016 – Little England Farm House – Winner of RIBA South East Regional Award

2016 – Little England Farm House – Winner of RIBA South East Regional Sustainability Award

2015 – Waste House – Winner of Special Prize and Shortlisted for the RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize

2015 – Waste House – Winner of RIBA South East Regional Award

2015 – Waste House – Winner of RIBA South East Regional Sustainability Award

2015 – Waste House – Winner in International Green Apple Awards for the Built Environment

2015 – Waste House – Shortlisted in H&V News Awards

2014 – Waste House – Highly Commended in Blueprint Awards Best Sustainable Project

2014 – BBM Sustainable Design shortlisted for Blueprint Awards for Award for Architecture

2014 -Waste House Duncan Baker-Brown – Winner of People Environment & Achievement (PEA) Award ‘Best Echo Project Working with Schools’

2014 – Waste House – Winner in 2degrees Champions Awards for Waste & Resource
Management and Building or Property Project of the year

2014 – Waste House – finalist in Climate Week Awards

2013 – Barons Down wins AJ Retrofit Award

2012 – ‘The Nook, Lover’s walk’ shortlisted for AJ Retrofit award

2010 – St Pancras Annexe wins Friends of Lewes Award

2010 – Prince Edwards Road is ‘Commended’ by Friends of Lewes Award

2010 – St Pancras Annexe is ‘Highly Commended’ Sussex Heritage Trust Awards

2006 – Pinwell House wins RIBA Ibstock Downland Prize for best Sustainable Design

2006 – Dyke Road Avenue wins Daily Telegraph Best Eco-House Award

2006 – St Pancras School short-listed for 2006 Observer Ethical Award

2005 – Dyke Road Avenue short-listed for RIBA Sustainable Design Award

2005 – Dyke Road Avenue short-listed for RIBA Manser Medal part of the Stirling Prize

2005 – Dyke Road Avenue wins RIBA South East Awards 2005

2004 – RIBA Ibstock Downland Prize for Sparrow House

2003 – First Prize RIBA Sustainable School for Canterbury Design Competition

2003 – Romney Marsh Visitors Centre short-listed for Kent Building Design Award


 

Awarding Winning Designs

BBM have focused on sustainable development since the late 1980’s, during which time we have won six international design competitions in this area of design. Successes include the RIBA’s ‘House of the Future’, The Greenwich Millennium Village with Ralph Erskine, and the New Sustainable School for Canterbury. On each occasion BBM have been able to work with the best consultants in Europe such as Buro Happold, Fulcrum Engineering and Atelier Ten, to develop a greater understanding of the potentials and realities of delivering contemporary sustainable design. We believe that we have an unrivalled record within the world of sustainable architecture: our team can guarantee that the proposals will deliver a potent mix of innovation, economical design, aesthetics and practicable sustainable design. BBM have recently won a couple of RIBA Awards for their low energy house design, including The Daily Telegraph’s Best Eco Home 2005, and one new house being short-list for the Manser Medal which is part of the Stirling Prize Awards screened on Channel 4.

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