‘Learning from Delhi’ wins the Urban Design Publisher award 2012

We’re delighted that Learning from Delhi: Dispersed Initiatives in Changing Urban Landscapes has won the Urban Design Publisher award.

Congratulations to Maurice Mitchell, Shamoon Patwari and Bo Tang!

The winners were announced last night at a presentation event at RUSI. Here is the list (from the Urban Design Group) of all the winners and runners up:

Urban Design Awards 2012 – Winners

(Other entries listed in no particular order)

Practice  Award

Joint winners:

  • Studio REAL – Moat Lane, Towcester
  • URBED – Brentford Lock West

Also shortlisted:

  • John Thompson & Partners – Suzhou Eco-town
  • NEW Masterplanning – Greyfriars, Gloucester
  • NJBA+U – RUSH 2020 Strategic View
  • Richards Partington – Howden Urban Extension Masterplan

Public Sector Award

Winner:  Exeter City Council – Exeter Residential Design SPD

  • Carlisle City Council – Castle Street public realm scheme
  • Partnership for Urban South Hampshire – Quality Places Charter
  • Gateshead Council – Freight Depot Visioning Document
  • Planning Aid for London and Knott Architects – Tactile City Model
  • North East Derbyshire District Council – Urban Design Academy

Student Award

Winner: Ian Brodie (University of Strathclyde) – Gallowgate Renewal

  • Ralf Furuland (Edinburgh College of Art) – Radical Reconstruction
  • Dongni Yao (University of Cardiff) – St Pauls Neighbourhood, Bristol

Publisher Award

Winner: Ashgate – Learning from Delhi: Dispersed Initiatives in Changing Urban Landscapes, Maurice Mitchell, Shamoon Patwari and Bo Tang

  • RIBA Publishing – NewcastleGateshead: Shaping the City, Peter Hetherington,
  • Routledge – Urban Design: The Composition of complexity, Ron Kasprisin
  • Wiley – Urban Design Since 1945:  A Global Perspective, D G Shane

The Lifetime Achievement Award for 2012 was presented to the Responsive Environments team – Sue McGlynn, Graham Smith, Ian Bentley, Alan Alcock and Paul Murrrain

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