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Prestigious awards for 'innovative' architects.

AN architect practice with offices in Huddersfield is an award winner.

Hussain Architectural Design Ltd won the award for innovation in urban design projects and was named best young architecture company in Build Magazine's 2015 Architecture Awards.

The Build Awards reward the very best in technical innovation, design and service from across the worldwide construction and property industries.

They recognise all levels, from top-level chief executives to architects and suppliers.

Hussain Architectural Design, which has its Huddersfield offices at New North Road and other sites at Burnley, Blackburn and Manchester. was recognised as one of the top performers in this industry.

The company provides architectural services, planning permission, graphic design and construction services.

The firm was founded by Saira Hussain, who attended Nelson & Colne College and went on to study architecture at Huddersfield University.

She said: "We're absolutely thrilled to have won such a prestigious award. It's nice to have recognition for all the hard work we've put in over the last few years."

Practice manager Nixie Edwards said: "It's overwhelming to see all our passion, time and effort get noticed and awarded.

"We're really proud to be a part of this industry and love to find architectural solutions to the building challenges our clients face."

The architect practice has completed schemes for commercial and residential clients as well as offering planning advice and building surveying services.

Its portfolio includes the iconic public library and council buildings at Number One Riverside in Rochdale, the Aroma Shisha bar in London, a warehouse refurbishment at Dufferin Street in London and the Pranzo Veloce restaurant at Manchester's Media City.

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Saira Hussain (right) and practice manager Nixie Edwards, of Hussain Architectural Design, which was among |the winners in Build magazine's 2015 Architecture Awards

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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Sep 8, 2015
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