Eldridge Smerin

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Eldridge Smerin is an architectural firm based in London. The organization was formed in 1998, by Nick Eldridge and Piers Smerin. Their first completed project was the Lawns, a house in the Highgate Conservation area, which was nominated for the 2001 Stirling Prize.[1] Subsequent projects include the Design Council Offices and a house in Highgate Cemetery, nominated for the 2009 Manser Medal and Stephen Lawrence Prize. The practice also won the 2009 Building Design One-off House Architect of the Year award.

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  1. ^ "West Kent Lecture - Nick Eldridge, Eldridge Smerin". Royal Institute of British Architects. Retrieved January 8, 2012. 

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