Enfield Council and Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing asked emerging, local and BAME-led architects, designers, community groups and artists to propose innovative ideas for intergenerational living.
The competition sought innovative thinking and high-quality designs – of both individual homes and the housing development – in order to find ways of building stronger communities, tackle social isolation and bring neighbours together so that, ultimately, people across Enfield have access to a wider network of social support.
Intergenerational living is a concept, based on the idea that residents of different generations, such as school age children, young adults and older residents, live together and share resources, skills and support. Intergenerational housing, both wider housing developments and individual households, can help to build more robust and resilient communities.
Adrian Hill Architects were announced as the winner of the competition.
Five teams were shortlisted for the two-stage competition and presented their entries to the judges.
(Image: Levitt Bernstein Architects)