Winners of the European Prize for Urban Public Space 2016 announced

DK-CM's Barkingside Town Centre upgrade is recognised with a Special Mention

At a ceremony in Barcelona, on July 4th, the winners of the ninth European Prize for Urban Public Space were announced.  This year's top prize was jointly awarded to the remodelling of an irrigation system in Caldes de Montbui, Spain and the redevelopment of Solidarność Square (pictured) in Szczecin, Poland.

DK-CM Architects' work at Barkingside Town Centre in London was one of four projects to be recognised with a special mention.

The European Prize for Urban Public Space is a EU-funded initiative, jointly awarded by five architecture centres including the Architecture Foundation.  The Architecture Foundation's Director, Ellis Woodman, served on the 2016 jury.  The winners and recipients of special mentions are detailed  on the prize's website and will feature in an international touring exhibition.

Contradictory Urbanism: the Architecture Foundation's film on DK_CM's work in Barkingside.