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RIBA announces House of the Year 2022 longlist with shortlist and winner to be revealed on Channel 4’s Grand Designs: House of the Year

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the longlist for the 2022 RIBA House of the Year.

Among the 20 projects in the running to win the UK’s most prestigious award for a new house or extension are:

A striking black timber-clad eco-home, inspired by the designs of revered Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh in rural Stirlingshire (Ostro Passivhaus)
A remodelled house that rises from the ruins of a 17th Century parchment factory and old cattle shed in Northampton (The Parchment Works)
A four-storey town house added to the end of a 1960’s terrace, in Waltham Forest, North East London (Leyton House)
A playful red-brick family home nestled in Derbyshire's suburbs (Derwent Valley Villa)

The 20 longlisted homes are:

Derwent Valley Villa (Derbyshire) by Blee Halligan
House at Lough Beg (Northern Ireland) by McGonigle McGrath
Leyton House (London) by McMahon Architecture Ltd
Mere House (Cambridgeshire) by Mole Architects
Mews House Deep Retrofit (London) by Prewett Bizley Architects
Mountain View (London) by CAN
Norfolk Barn (Norfolk) by 31/44 Architects and Taylor Made Space
Ostro Passivhaus (Scotland) by Paper Igloo
Peeking house (London) by Fletcher Crane Architects
Ravine House (Derbyshire) by Chiles Evans + Care Architects Ltd
Seabreeze (East Sussex) by RX Architects
Suffolk Cottage (Suffolk) by Haysom Ward Miller Architects
Surbiton Springs (London) by Surman Weston
The Cowshed (Dorset) by Crawshaw Architects LLP
The Den (Scotland) by Technique Architecture and Design in collaboration with Stallan-Brand
The Dutch Barn (West Sussex) by Sandy Rendel Architects Ltd
The Garden Studio (Norfolk) by Brisco Loran and James Alder Architect
The Library House (London) by Macdonald Wright Architects
The Parchment Works (Suffolk) by Will Gamble Architects
The Red House (Dorset) by David Kohn Architects

The shortlist and winner of the RIBA House of the Year 2022 will be revealed in the seventh series of Channel 4’s Grand Designs: House of the Year, produced by Naked West (a Fremantle label), airing later this year.