Brentford Lock West wins sixth RIBA Award
The second phase of Waterside Places’ Brentford Lock West residential scheme has scooped a Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) National Award.
Waterside Places is a joint venture between Muse Developments and the Canal & River Trust.
RIBA named 54 winners of its national awards, which all now go forward for the coveted Stirling Prize, to be announced next month. Running since 1966, the RIBA Awards are an annual architecture prize that celebrate the best-designed buildings in the UK.
Designed by architects Mae, the second phase of development at Brentford Lock West has delivered 157 new homes along the banks of the Grand Union Canal.
The wider scheme has won no less than six RIBA awards.
James Stockdale, development manager at Waterside Places, said: “Brentford Lock West is an exciting project which is transforming the banks of the Grand Union Canal and delivering high-quality new homes in a unique waterside setting.
“It’s absolutely brilliant news for the development to be recognised on a national stage and win yet another RIBA National Award. Its success is down to its true partnership approach and the hard work of the whole team.”