The 2008 RIBA Sterling Prize winning development in Cambridge was designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, Macreanor Lavington and Alison Brooks Architects, with Irene Konschill as lead architect for the latter. The 2008 RIBA Sterling Prize winning development in Cambridge was designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, Macreanor Lavington and Alison Brooks Architects, with Irene Konschill as lead architect for the latter. The 2008 RIBA Sterling Prize winning development in Cambridge was designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, Macreanor Lavington and Alison Brooks Architects, with Irene Konschill as lead architect for the latter.

RIBA Sterling Prize winner revisited

Posted on April 19, 2018

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Irene has been back to visit Accordia at Brooklands Avenue, the 2008 RIBA Sterling Prize winner which she helped to design for ABA, Alison Brooks Architects. This residential development provided high density, sustainable housing in the heart of Cambridge and has set a precedent for well-integrated contemporary design and urban planning which, 10 years on, remains as relevant as ever. 

 

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