The newly reopened Painted Hall has been nominated for a New London Architecture Award in the Conservation and Retrofit category, joining a prestigious selection of other successful projects which have reopened this year, including Alexandra Palace, Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery, and the Kew Gardens Pagoda amongst others.

The Conservation and Retrofit category recognises the “restoration and reuse of buildings, across any sector, where efficient use is made of existing fabric and embodied energy: from historic restorations to contemporary insertions and recycled buildings.”

The winner is due to be announced on 3 July where we're hoping to be able to add to our recent Museums & Heritage Award and RIBA wins for the Painted Hall.

Plus in conjunction with the London Festival of Architecture, everyone is invited to select their favourite project in a People's Choice vote across the entire New London Architecture award nominations. You can vote online or by clicking on our listing via the NLA website and tweeting your support.