Recent wins
and accolades

Chilterns Buildings Design Awards 2012

Our new house in Chorleywood was shortlisted for these prestigious awards described by the Chiltern Society as follows: In order to promote the Chilterns Buildings Design Guide, as well as good practice and excellence in design of new buildings in the AONB, an Annual Buildings Design Awards competition is held. This is organised jointly with The Chiltern Society and entries are invited from within the AONB as well as the wider Chiltern Society area. Each year about 20 entries are received that cover all sorts of different building projects. Past winners include a converted barn, new pub accommodation and an artist’s studio. Entries can be submitted up to the beginning of March and awards are given out at a special event that takes place early in the summer.

UK Property Awards 2010 Winner of Best Property
Award for New Speculative House

Our new luxury home for a local developer won this award which celebrates the highest levels of achievement by companies operating in all sectors of the property and real estate industry.

Grand Designs Award Finalist 2010
Finalist for Best Eco-Home

Jane’s Eco House was a proud finalist for best eco-home at the Grand Designs Awards in 2010.

Chilterns Buildings Design Award 2010
Overall Winner

Our new minimalist home was the overall winner at the Chilterns Buildings Design Awards 2010. It was particularly pleasing for a very modern design to receive this award.

The judges noted, “A wonderful synthesis of the visions of both client and architect where the whole plot has been designed. This has resulted in a really well executed project with an excellent use of space and immaculate detailing.”

Atkins Inspire Award Winner 2007
Winner of Inspirational Leader Award

The Atkins Inspire Awards recognize women in the built environment and at the inaugural event Jane was proud to receive an award for Inspirational Leader. Perhaps the start of a path towards the RIBA Presidency (?).

Chilterns Buildings Design Award 2003
Highly Commended

JDA was highly commended at these awards for the conversion of an 18th Century, Grade 2 listed barn in Beaconsfield into a Ballet School.

The judges noted, “Converting the barn, to an interesting new use as a dance studio, in a way which retains the character and simple exterior whilst still relating well to the surrounding landscape, and for the sensitive way in which the charming interior space has been designed.”

Newark Civic Trust Award 1994

This regional award was presented for a new canal-side office building in the conservation area of Newark.