2022 RESULTS

The theme of the second £25,000 annual Davidson Prize is ‘Co–Living – A New Future?’. The brief asks whether co-living could offer a transformative key to the design of our homes – as well as our communities. The longlist was announced in March 2022, the three finalists will be announced in April and the overall winner announced in June.

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PEOPLE'S CHOICE PRIZE

This year, The Davidson Prize held a vote for the People’s Choice Prize which is sponsored by VitrA Bathrooms.

The project from the 2022 longest with the most votes will be awarded with the People’s Choice Award at the ceremony in June. One voter will be selected a random to win a VitrA x Tom Dixon ceramic stool. Voting has ended 06 April 2022.

THE FINALISTS

THE LONGLIST

Co-Living Retrofit
Azhar Architecture

Re-thinking tower blocks for co-living

A Culture of Community
Baillie Baillie Architects and Community Land Scotland

A new model for rural development

Co-Living in the Countryside
Charles Holland Architects with Quality of Life Foundation, Verity-Jane Keefe, Joseph Zeal-Henry

Re-invigorating rural communities with co-living

It Takes A Village
Child-Hood

Child-centred co-living

Curious Minds Society
Child Graddon Lewis, Split, Eley Kishimoto & Hungry Sandwich

Humanising the scale of the city with co-living

Recipro-City
Heta Architects

Nurturing new kinds of communities with social value

Urban Network of Collective Care
Living Streets

A network of community care

Communiversity
Moebius Studio

Facilitating co-living with knowledge and resources

Afterlife
NAME Architecture + airc.digital

Sustainable urban retrofit for co-living

Retrofitting Co-Living
Team 5

Creating co-living networks through food

A Model for Progressive ‘Family’ Housing
The Progressive Housing Design Group

A co-living model for single parents

Care / Ring
Tonkin Liu

Embedding daily rituals of community care

A Taste of Home
Will King + Hari Kumar

Co-living to integrate new refugees into communities

Co-Living Works!
Workhome Project

Social infrastructure for city co-living