2021 Passivhaus Winners Revealed

The winners of the 2021 UK Passivhaus Awards have been revealed at an online awards ceremony.

On Wednesday 30 June – coinciding with London Climate Action Week – all finalists presented their projects to an audience of almost 300 people, and then the victors were announced.

“Buildings play a vital role if we are to meet our Climate Emergency declarations and carbon emissions targets,” said a spokesperson at the Passivhaus Trust, which organised the awards. “As all this year’s finalists have shown, they also play a crucial role in occupant health & wellbeing, from shielding against fuel poverty to providing reliably comfortable & hygienic spaces all year round.”

Below are the three winning projects.

 

Small projects:

Larch Corner,
Mark Siddall, LEAP

 

Large projects:

Agar Grove 1A,
Camden Council, Architype, Max Fordham, Hawkins\Brown (among other firms)

 

People’s choice:

Cranmer Road,
Max Fordham, Kings College, and Allies Morrison