10 projects on the shortlist for the AJ Architecture Awards 2023

29 August 2023

The final contenders have been announced for this year’s AJ Architecture Awards and we’re delighted that 10 of our projects are in the running for a prize!

The AJ Architecture Awards showcase the very best-built projects across the UK. In total, nearly 140 projects have been shortlisted across 21 categories.

Our shortlisted projects span the categories including housing, higher education, leisure and health and wellbeing. They include the RIBA National Award-winning Edith Neville Primary School, ultra-low energy sports centre, Ravelin Sports Centre and all-electric Passivhaus student accommodation, Lucy Cavendish College.

Winners will be revealed at the AJ Awards Ceremony on 22 November 2023. Our 10 shortlisted projects are as follows: 

Health and Wellbeing

Hampstead Mansion Block (Sergison Bates Architects)

Higher Education

Lucy Cavendish (R H Partnership Architects)

Housing (over £20m)

Dockley Apartments (Studio Woodroffe Papa)

Lion Green Road (Mary Duggan Architects)

Housing (£5m-£20m)

AVRO (Stephenson Hamilton Risley Studio)

Kings College Stephen Taylor Court (Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios)

Housing (up to £5m)

Bluebird (SKArchitects)


Ravelin Sports Centre (FaulknerBrowns)


Kindred House (Pitman Tozer Architects)


Edith Neville Primary (Hayhurst & Co Architects)