Tibby’s Triangle, Ash Sakula’s housing project in Southwold, won one of four Completed Project Awards at the 2012 Housing Design Awards, held at the British Museum. As part of the award ceremony a short film about Tibby’s Triangle was shown, featuring commentary from architects, clients, and occupiers.
The project, a rare new development in this much-loved and utterly unspoilt seaside town, replaces the former Adnam’s distribution depot, an industrial shed which sat uncomfortably adjacent to the town’s grade 1 listed St Edmund’s Church. Tibby’s Triangle comprises thirty four houses and flats, ten of them affordable, as well as an Adnam’s Wine and Kitchen Store and Café, built around a new market square.
See more about Tibby’s Triangle here.