AJ Architecture Awards 2017
7 September 2017
The Point has been shortlisted for the inaugural AJ Architecture Awards 2017, in the Community & Faith Project of the Year category.
The two-storey youth club was designed in close collaboration with the young people of Tadley and provides a place for the whole community to gather. The project houses two multi-purpose halls, music room and recording studio, café and a series of activity pods and break-out spaces. The roof, with its dark folded ‘cloak’ appearance, gives the building a contemporary edge while internally a series of uplifting spaces create an environment the young people want to use every day.
The shortlisting continues the Point’s recent award success. The project was this year’s RIBA Journal MacEwen Award winner and was also awarded an RIBA Regional Award.
The winners for the AJ Architecture Awards will be announced at an exclusive Gala Dinner at the Grosvenor House Hotel in December.