Mæ Architects, HASA Architects and Gatti Routh Rhodes Architects were named winners for their work in the past year
Date: 29 May 2019
- Mæ Architects, for who Cass architecture tutor Alex Ely is a founding director, won for their work on Brentford Lock West Phase 2, a three-phase residential regeneration masterplan beside the Grand Union Canal.
- HASA Architects, HASA Architects was founded by Charlotte Harris and Cass graduate Mark Stevens in 2014. Charlotte Harris, an architecture tutor on Undergraduate Architecture Studio 2 at the school, picked up the award for Highgate Bowl - transforming a derelict horticultural glasshouse at Highgate Bowl near the top of Highgate Hill in North London.
- Gatti Routh Rhodes Architects, which was founded by Cass graduates Richard Gatti, Tom Routh and Stefanie Rhodes in 2013, won for their work on Bethnal Green Mission Church (BGMC), a contemporary place for worship complete with two community halls, café, community kitchen, food bank stores, offices, 14 private apartments and a vicarage.
Richard Gatti said, “We're thrilled to win a RIBA London Award for Bethnal Green Mission Church, which we feel reflects not only the architecture but also the way in which the building is used as a valuable community resource - for those of all faiths and none".