The Worshipful Company of Tylers and Bricklayers recently visited Foundry Mews having shortlisted it for one their Triennial Awards. The inspecting panel felt the building was worthy of going forward but the standard this year was extremely high so Foundry Mews just missed out. Jeff Fuller. Chairman of the Craft Committee said ‘we certainly feel Foundry Mews should be commended for the design and workmanship exhibited’.
‘The Worshipful Company of Tylers and Bricklayers was established in the 15th Century so we are delighted to have received a nomination from such a prestigious and respected organisation’ says Caroline Marston, MD.
Foundry Mews won Development of the Year 2016 at the Sunday Times British Home Awards and Best Small Housing Development at the Brick Awards. The South West London RIBA Jury has also put Foundry Mews forward as one of the 17 shortlisted projects out of 216 entries in London .
Winners will be announced on May 22nd 2017. The most recent nomination further enhances Marston Properties’ pride in our collaboration with Project Orange on such an innovative design and use of space.