Buttress is celebrating after two residential projects, Chorlton Villas and Timekeepers Square, were shortlisted for awards at last night’s Manchester Architects Awards.
Timekeepers Square, a development of 36 townhouses in the English Cities Fund’s Salford Central Regeneration scheme was winner in the Best Multiple Residential (built) category and was also one of three entries shortlisted for the prestigious Building of the Year.
Chorlton Villas, a development of 28 family homes in Chorlton, south Manchester, was also recognised by being shortlisted in the Best Multiple Residential category.
Ian Beaumont, who lead’s the practice’s residential team, was awarded the Fellowship Award for his significant contribution to the industry over the course of his career.
Held annually by the Manchester Society of Architects, the Manchester Architects Awards showcase the best architectural talent in the region, including the next generation of designers.This year, more than 85 entries were submitted and judged across 14 categories.