Charles Holland Architects' Co-Living in the Countryside wins 2022 Davidson Prize

A co-housing model for affordable rural rentals by Charles Holland Architects was named the winner of this year’s Davidson Prize.

The Prize called for projects that responded to the theme of Co-Living – A New Future? and reconsidered current and traditional housing models and whether they are representative of the 21st century.

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