Last year we created marketing CGIs for Change Living's, now award-winning scheme, Redcliffe Parade. At the 2018 Michelmores Property Awards, it took home 'Residential Development Of The Year', in the 35 units and under category.
We worked with architects Alec French Architects and Change Living's In-house interiors team to craft the images. They included a photomontage of the proposed renovated Georgian terrace and CGIs of the transformed, adjoining 1970’s extension.
For most of the construction period, the striking original terrace was covered in scaffolding, which meant that it needed to be fully recreated in CG.
Michelmores Property Awards is the South West’s premier property awards, it showcases the very best of the region’s projects.
Property journalist, Graham Norwood, who regularly contributes to The Sunday Times, judged the award.
“Striking and interesting, Redcliffe Parade is a good mixture of a restoration of a Georgian façade and the repurposing of a tired 1970s building, where the temptation would have been to knock it down. What has been created is an iconic landmark that fits into the fabric of Bristol.” Graham Norwood
Here's the full list of winners:
Project of the Year (under £5m)
Lloyd’s Lounge, Exeter – submitted by Morgan Sindall
Project of the Year (over £5m)
National College for Nuclear, Southern Hub, Cannington – submitted by Midas Group
Education Project of the Year
Callywith College, submitted by Kier Construction
Leisure & Hospitality Project of the Year
Aerospace Bristol, submitted by Kier Construction and Hydrock
Heritage Project of the Year
Higher Mill, Buckfast Abbey, submitted by Form Design Group
Alternative Property Investment Project of the Year
The Nelson Project, Plymouth, submitted by Form Design Group
Residential Project of the Year (36 Units and Over)
Mount Wise, Plymouth, submitted by Ward Williams Associates
Residential Project of the Year (35 Units and Under)
Redcliffe Parade, Bristol, submitted by Alec French Architects
Building of the Year
Tate St Ives, submitted by BAM Construct UK
The John Laurence Special Contribution Award
Ian Potts, Architects Design Group