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  1. 06.10.2016

    Deborah Saunt and David Hills named in The ES’ Progress 1000

    Our Directors have been named by the Evening Standard among London’s most influential people of 2016: "The team have attracted much attention in the capital for their striking 'Flatiron' building in South Molton Street, a studio for artist Edmund de Waal and their own sunken house in Clapham. Next up is the £32 million project for new landscaping around Centre Point and the surrounding streets, to be completed in 2018."
    Tags: Evening Standard South Molton Street West End edmund de waal
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  2. 29.10.2014

    South Molton Street Shortlisted for Best New Place to Work Award

    The London Planning Awards has unveiled South Molton Street as one of the contenders for the Best New Place to Work Award. London Mayor, Boris Johnson, stated that these awards promote 'good quality planning to ensure London remains the best city in the world to live, work and visit.'

    Read more about the project here.
    Tags: South Molton Street awards London Planning London Planning Awards mixed-use residential work offices
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  3. 06.02.2014

    DSDHA Double Winner at Surface Design Awards 2014

    At the Surface Design Award 2014 ceremony held today at the Business Design Centre in London, DSDHA's South Molton Street Building, and Alex Monroe Studio were double winners in the category Retail Exterior Surface.

    The judges said that they 'couldn't separate the two finalists', and both DSDHA projects were given the award. 

    The Surface Design Awards are a part of the Surface Design Show, championing the innovation in building materials, facades systems, and construction techniques.


    Tags: Alex Monroe South Molton Street Surface
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