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Architect:McKevitt King Architects
Award Type:Irish Architecture Awards
Location:Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland.
Winner of the Public Choice Award, this development of fifteen houses for families and older people in Drogheda is an important urban intervention, re-using and developing an existing site. The result is a work of architecture that strengthens the social, societal and physical fabric of the town. The welcome Tooting Meadow has been given by the public should be an encouragement to well-considered and socially aware architecture everywhere.