29 October 2020

Refurbishment Architect of the Year - a new MICA story

MICA has published our submission for the Architect of the Year Awards - a summary of the projects which have renewed the lives of existing buildings across the centuries.

The judges – who underlined the importance of restoring and repurposing existing buildings at a time of climate crisis – praised MICA’s entry for its high standard and variety of work. This included transforming and extending London’s famous Centre Point complex, restoring Croydon’s 1962 Fairfield Halls to its former glory and rescuing a crumbling 17th-century Hay Castle. The practice also led the most significant development at Lincoln’s Inn’s grade I-listed Great Hall and Library for 150 years, ranging from heritage-led conservation and restoration to bold contemporary additions to the oldest working library in London.

Click Refurbishment Architect of the Year to read our story

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