The second prize was won by LincolnMiles Architecture, for the architect's house which was a little bungalow that grew and grew. The architectural designer and his wife wanted to build on the Isle of Wight, but were unable to find a good piece of land. Featured on the t.v. show Grand Designs, they decided to find a bungalow on a prime piece of land (in this case, surrounded by unspoilt ancient woodland) and rebuild it.
Furniture designers Tom and Danielle Raffield have used steam-bent timber to cover this extension to an old gamekeeper's lodge in Cornish woodland, which featured in UK television show Grand Designs earlier this month.