Bronze Award – Best Development

RRA Architects > Bronze Award – Best Development

June 3, 2018 / By admin


Working with Freeman Homes, RRA has helped to secure a design award for an exciting contemporary housing development.

The design award was presented by David Walliams to Luke Freeman of Freeman Homes, for ‘The Avenue’, a project consisting of new build housing, located along The Walford Road, Ross on Wye.

The designs are minimal in character with a simple palette of materials, and large window openings, to absorb the surrounding context, which is predominantly residential and sub-urban in character.  The design retains a similar density to surrounding housing and gardens, with tree planting interspersed within the residential area.

The design retains the character within the context, scale, positioning and pattern of development, which is hidden from general view, with the existing building on the site remaining as the predominant feature.

There are some communal garden areas located in and around the development, which helps integrate the development into the wider setting, maintaining public thoroughfares surrounding the site.

Residential units within the development are currently on sale, as high quality private housing, which will ensure a strong sense of community, supported by secure-design and the use of formal and private garden spaces surrounding the perimeter of the development.

If you are interested in finding out more about the development, or wish to view the scheme, you can do so at the following link

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