NLA seeks London's best new extensions for Don't Move, Improve! 2018
Slab House by Bureau de Change Architects residential architecture

NLA seeks London's best new house extensions for Don't Move, Improve! 2018 awards

Dezeen promotion: New London Architecture is now accepting entries for Don't Move, Improve! 2018, a competition to find the best new residential extensions in London.

Any house extension or improvement project completed in the capital within the last two years is eligible for Don't Move, Improve!

Slab House by Bureau de Change Architects residential architecture
Don't Move, Improve! awards London's best new house extension, like this one by Bureau de Change Architects

Organised annually by New London Architecture (NLA), the contest champions "emerging trends, imaginative design and original problem-solving".

Dezeen is media partner for the event, which is organised in association with RIBA London, Clippings and Architect's Republic.

Sunken Bath by Studio 304
Last year's overall winner was a garden room containing a sunken Japanese-style bath

This year's contest will be judged by a panel of architects and industry experts, including NLA chairman Peter Murray, Dezeen editor Amy Frearson, architect Carl Turner and Ash Sakula co-founder Cany Ash.

Other lauded projects included a garden studio dedicated to rug making

Last year's overall winner was a garden room containing a sunken Japanese-style bath. Other lauded projects included a project featuring a lookout post clad in wooden shingles and a garden studio dedicated to rug making.

This project featuring a lookout post clad in wooden shingles was another winner

Submissions are open until Friday 27 October 2017 and winners will be announced at a ceremony in the new year.

Successful projects will feature in a major exhibition and magazine, and all featured practices will be invited to participate in NLA's popular Design Surgeries – giving them an opportunity to meet potential clients.

For more information, visit the NLA website.