'Dwelling Accordia' documents the award-winning residential quarter in Cambridge which provides an innovative new model for communal living. Celebrated for the generous living spaces provided both inside and out of the 212 houses and 166 apartments, Accordia is a high-density scheme which replaces the standard pocket garden approaches incorporating a series of exhilarating public greens and communal gardens alongside intimate interior and exterior environments with private spaces created by rooftop terraces and internal courtyards. Widely regarded as setting a new benchmark for housing, Accordia is the first housing scheme ever to win the RIBA Stirling Prize, one of the world's most prestigious architectural accolades.

'Dwelling Accordia' was published by Black Dog Publishing in 2009.

Dwelling Accordia Book