The re-development of the former Government offices site, in the centre of Cambridge, provided Prism Architectural Ltd the challenge of working with 3 different architects.
Prism worked with Alison Brooks Architects, Feilden Clegg Bradley & Maccreanor Lavington to ensure their individual requirements were met in the construction of this 400 home development.
The scheme received the RIBA Stirling Prize 2008 - the first ever residential scheme to receive the most prestigious architectural accolade.
- Main Contractor
- Kajima Construction (UK) Ltd
- Alison Brooks Architects
- Aluminium & Steel (Fire Rated) Curtain Wall, Windows & Doors.
- A row of four 400m2 semi-detached houses form part of a row of substantial properties that showcase the 400-unit Accordia development RIBA Stirling Prize 2008 Building of the Year Accordia Cambridge. The Channel Four coverage of the prize can be viewed online at: Channel Four.