Sidell Architects

Awards

Throughout the 40 year period from 1973 to 2013 the work of Sidell Gibson had often been collaborative with architects both in the UK and abroad – William Whitfield, Terry Farrell, Terry Cocks, John Miller, Jean Nouvel and Brian Avery – and this is reflected and identified on the Project pages.

BCO Awards

 

2014 Snowhill 2, Birmingham

 

International Property Awards

 

2014 Snowhill 2 – Best Commercial Buildings Midlands

 

London Planning Award

 

2012 One New Change – Best Built Project

 

The Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects

 

2012 One New Change – New City Architecture Award

 

BCSC Gold Award

 

2011 One New Change – In-Town Retail Scheme (300,000 sq ft or less)

 

RIBA Award

 

2011 One New Change – London Region

 

LABC Building Excellence Award

 

2011 One New Change – Supreme Winner and Winner Best Commercial Building – Large

 

City Heritage Award

 

2011 1 Bartholomew Lane – Highly Commended

 

New London Award

 

2011 One New Change

 

AIS Contractors Award

 

2011 One New Change – Ceilings

 

2011 One Snow Hill, Birmingham – Partitioning

 

International Green Apple Awards

 

2011 One New Change – Winner in the Built Environment Category

 

Chicago Athenaeum International Architecture Award

 

2011 One New Change – Best New Global Design

 

2010 7-10 Old Bailey – Best New Global Design

LDSA Building Excellence Award

 

2011 One New Change – Winner of Commercial Building Category

 

AR/MIPIM – Future Projects Award

 

2010 One New Change – Overall Winner

 

UK Property Awards

 

2011 No.1 Kingsway – Architecture Award (Mixed Use) – Highly Commended

 

2010 One New Change – Architecture Award (Mixed Use) – Regional Winner

 

2010 One Snow Hill – Architecture Award (Offices) – Highly Commended

 

2009 Carysfort Close, Elton – Best Retirement Development

 

2008 SJLH – Best Architecture – Multiple Units

 

2007 Stuart Court Minchinhampton – Best Retirement Development

 

International Property Awards

 

2008 Sir John Lyon House – Best Architecture – Multiple Units

 

The Midlands Property Awards

 

2011 Architects Practice of the Year

 

2008 Commercial Development of the Year – Snowhill, Birmingham

 

2008 Mixed-Use Development of the Year – Snowhill, Birmingham

 

Metra Award for External Envelope – Innovation

 

2009 Snowhill

 

Metra Award for External Envelope – Special Mention

 

2007 30 Gresham Street Europa Nostra ‘Medal of Honour’

2000 Windsor Castle

 

Royal Fine Arts Commission Awards

 

1998 Windsor Castle restoration – Building of the Year

 

RIBA Southern Regional Awards

 

1998 Windsor Castle

 

RICS Award for Building Conservation

 

1998 Windsor Castle

 

Civic Trust Awards

 

2010 Old Bailey – Commendation

 

2002 Woolgate Exchange – Commendation

 

1999 Bluecoat Pond Christ’s Hospital – Mention

 

1999 Windsor Castle – Award

 

1995 Earls Manor Court Winterbourne Earls – Commendation

 

1995 Framers Court Lane End – Commendation

 

1994 Hay Hill/Grafton Street – Commendation

 

1994 Grand Buildings – Commendation

 

1990 Les Blancs Bois Guernsey – Commendation

 

1988 Walpole Court Puddletown – Commendation

 

1986 Lyefield Court Emmer Green – Commendation

 

1982 Berrow Court Upton-upon-Severn – Commendation

 

The Masons’ Company Awards

 

1997 The Governor’s House

 

British Industrial Agents Society Award For Out-of-Town Office Building of the Year

 

1997 Thames Valley Park II

 

Brick Development Association Brick Awards

 

2004 Commercial Building of the Year, Paternoster House, EC1

 

1998 Thames Valley Park I

 

1997 5 Brindleyplace Public & Commercial Building Runner-up

 

RIBA and DoE Housing Design

 

1993 Earls Manor Court Winterbourne Earls

 

1993 Framers Court Lane End

 

1991 Malthouse Court Towcester

 

1989 The Vinery Torquay

 

1987 Walpole Court Puddletown

 

1987 Atwater Court Lenham

 

1987 Lyefield Court Emmer Green

 

1983 Berrow Court Upton-upon-Severn Highly Commended

 

1983 Crittals Court Wadhurst

 

1983 Manor Court Pewsey

 

Stone Federation Design Awards for Natural Stone

 

2004 30 Gresham Street – Commendation – interiors

 

2002 Woolgate Exchange – Commendation – New Build Cladding

 

1993 Hay Hill/Grafton Street Mayfair – Special Award

 

1991 Ashcombe Court Ilminster – Commendation

 

1991 Grand Buildings Trafalgar Square – Excellence in Craftsmanship of Natural Stone

 

1989 Les Blancs Bois Guernsey – Highly Commended

 

The European Intelligence Building Group Accolade for the Most Intelligent Building in the City of London

 

1996 European Bank for Reconstruction & Development

 

The Daily Telegraph What House Awards – 16 in total including

 

2005 Bournemouth – Best Landscape

 

2003 Presbury – Best Retirement Development

 

2002 Fordingbridge – Best Landscape Design – Gold

 

2001 Fordingbridge – Best Retirement Development – Gold

 

IAS/OAS Awards

 

2004 30 Gresham Street, EC1 Best Central London Development – Finalist

 

The British Council for Offices Annual Awards

 

2010 Snow Hill Building 1 – Innovation Award Midlands & East Anglia Regional Winner

 

2005 7,8 & 10 Brindley place Birmingham – Commercial Midlands & East Anglia Regional Winner

 

2003 3 Sheldon Square, Paddington central – Commercial Workplace London Regional Winner

 

2001 Lacon & Warner House – Best Refurbished Workplace South East Regional Winner

 

Britannia National Homebuilder Design Awards

 

2002 St Luke’s Court Wiltshire – Best Restoration Conversion – Commendation

 

2002 St Luke’s Court Wiltshire – Best Landscaping of a Development – Commendation

 

2003 Timbermill Court Fordingbridge – Best Landscape

 

Local Design Awards – 11 in total

 

Landscape Design Awards – 30 in total

 

Evening Standard Awards – 5 in total including

 

2004 Muskerry Court Tunbridge Wells – Silver in Best Small Development

 

Almshouses Association – Patrons Award

 

2009 Trinity Hospital, Greenwich

 

Leading European Architects Forum – LEAF Awards

 

2007 Sir John Lyon House

 

Mail on Sunday British Homes Awards

 

2008 Stuart Court Minchinhampton Best Retirement Development

 

2008 Sir John Lyon House – Best Apartment Building

 

Civic Trust Awards

 

2011 Discover Greenwich Visitors Centre