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Lanterna, one of the buildings at our Fish Island Village development in Hackney Wick, has been shortlisted for a prestigious Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) London Award for architectural excellence.

Designed by Lyndon Goode Architects, Laterna is a standalone block of 16 new homes above ground floor commercial space, opening out onto a new public square.


The design is inspired by the factory buildings of Fish Island and Hackney Wick, alongside neighbouring buildings in the development by Haworth Tompkins and Pitman Tozer Architects. 

The regional RIBA awards are given to buildings across the UK recognised as important contributions to architecture. The winners announced on 20 May will go forward to the national awards and potentially to be considered for the Stirling Prize.