Bell Phillips Architects

Greenwich Housing

Greenwich Housing is a scheme for 22 houses built across six sites to increase the number of affordable, single storey dwellings for people aged over 60 in the London Borough of Greenwich. A number of underused garage sites have been utilised for this new social housing project, most of which use a prototype single storey design. The ability of the design to be manipulated to the context of each site is a highlight, with a feature monopitch roof providing a good quality of height, space and natural light regardless of location and orientation.

Coverage Includes:

Inside Housing

RIBA Journal

Architecture Today





Winner, Civic Trust Awards 2017

Special Award for Community Impact and Engagement, , Civic Trust Awards 2017

Winner, RIBA Awards 2016

Commended, Blueprint Awards 2016

Shortlisted, RICS Awards 2016

Shortlisted, Housing Design Awards 2016

Winner,  Top 60 Developments Awards 2016

Commended, New London Awards 2016

Shortlisted, Sunday Times British Homes Awards 2016

Shortlisted, Building Awards 2016

Winner, BD Architect of the Year 2016

Images © John Sturrock


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