We are delighted to announce the finalists for The Davidson Prize 2021
A flat-pack format window pod workspace that encourages the consumer to connect with their neighbourhood.
A digital and physical solution to the psychological challenges of home working, harnessing principles of biophilia.
Autonomous work pods replace parked cars in streets, enabling the separation of home and work.
Local workplaces for working close to home when needed, maintaining much needed separation between home and office.
Reconfiguring the connective tissue that borders dwellings and unites their inhabitants into communities.
A modern village with the convenience of a city, interconnecting offices, professional services, vertical farms, carpooling and a range of residential units.
An Open Source Patent for recreating the qualities of exterior space inside the home.
A vertically retractable office environment designed to promote a happy working home.
Well-proportioned, flexible space that can be subdivided for work during the day and released back into domestic use in the evening.
A nature-first approach to revolutionising planning regulations, informed by the pandemic experience.
Sensorially stimulating community spaces for work and interaction that lie between the net internal area of a dwelling and the gross internal area of a development.
Collectively built plug-in annexes to the home that provide space to let off steam and gain new perspective over a cup of tea.
A proposal that takes its narrative inspiration from the C S Lewis children’s novel where a wardrobe acts as a threshold between different worlds.
A lightweight and demountable modular workspace structure with a simple, repeatable section that can be arranged in multiple ways.
Purpose-built flats that create a mixed-use community integrating sponsored workspaces.
A new workspace typology and legislation to tackle social and spatial inequalities arising from remote working.
Championing the potential that having two doors unlocks – for workers, for families and co-dwellers, for the neighbourhood and for the city.
A road map towards hyperlocal recovery that encourages people to reconnect with neighbourhoods and neighbours.