Dezeen promotion: New London Architecture is now accepting entries for Don't Move, Improve! 2017, a competition to find the best house extensions in London.
Now in its seventh year, the contest was launched by New London Architecture (NLA) – an independent forum for discussion, debate and information about architecture and construction in the capital.
The aim of Don't Move, Improve! is to find London's best house extension or improvement project completed within the last two years.
This year's contest is organised in association with Dezeen, RIBA London and Clippings.
Entries will be judged by a panel of experts and journalists from across the industry, including Dezeen's deputy editor Amy Frearson and NLA chairman Peter Murray.
Carl Turner of Carl Turner Architects, Cany Ash of Ash Sakula, Russ Edwards of Pocket, Jo McCafferty of Levitt Bernstein and journalist Philippa Stockley will also be on the judging panel.
Tsuruta Architects's two storey addition to a Victorian home in Lewisham was the overall winner of last year's awards. Named House of Trace, the project is a pale brickwork extension that surrounds the sloping roof outline of a previous addition.
A playful extension featuring a red brick exterior thought to look like a fox, and a house with large folding doors and windows were also among the winners.
Submissions are open until Thursday 3 November 2016, click here for details on how to enter. Winners will be announced in the new year.