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25 Nov 2017

Wood Awards 2017 Winners

Winners of 2017 Wood Awards

The winners of the 47th annual Wood Awards have been announced at a ceremony held on the 21st November at Carpenters’ Hall in London. The Wood Awards is the UK’s premier competition for excellence in architecture and product design in the world’s only naturally sustainable material. The judges selected nine winners from a shortlist of 34 structures and products.

1. ARNOLD LAVER GOLD AWARD & INTERIORS Coastal House, Devon by 6a architects
2. COMMERCIAL & LEISURE Rievaulx Abbey Visitor Centre & Museum by Simpson & Brown
3. EDUCATION & PUBLIC SECTOR Maggie’s Oldham by dRMM
4. PRIVATE Hampshire Passivhaus by Ruth Butler Architects
5. SMALL PROJECT Feilden Fowles Studio by Feilden Fowles
6. STRUCTURAL AWARD The Smile by Alison Brooks Architects

BESPOKE Time and Texture Installation (‘A Landscape of Objects’) by Eleanor Lakelin
PRODUCTION MADE Narin Chair by David Irwin for Case
STUDENT DESIGNER Rustic Stool 1.0 by Mark Laban

1. New House in Devon, Dartmouth, South West England, UK
Design: 6a architects
New House in Dartmouth, Devon
photograph courtesy of Wood Awards

New House in Devon

2. Rievaulx Abbey Visitor Centre & Museum
Design: Simpson & Brown Architects
Rievaulx Abbey Visitor Centre & Museum | www.e-architect.co.uk
photo © Giles Rocholl Photography

Rievaulx Abbey Visitor Centre & Museum Building

3. Maggies Centre in Oldham, North Manchester
Design: dRMM, architects
Maggie’s Oldham | www.e-architect.co.uk
photo © Alex de Rijke

Maggies Centre in Oldham

4. Hampshire Passivhaus, Self-Build Home Using CLT Panels
Design: Ruth Butler Architects
Hampshire Passivhaus, Self-Build Home | www.e-architect.co.uk
photo courtesy of Wood Awards

Passivhaus in Hampshire

5. Feilden Fowles Studio, London, South East England
Architects: Feilden Fowles Studio
Feilden Fowles Studio, Waterloo City Farm
photos © Edmund Fowles

Feilden Fowles Studio Building

6. The Smile for The London Design Festival, Chelsea College of Arts, 16 John Islip Street, London SW1P 4JU
Design: Alison Brooks Architects
The Smile London
image courtesy of architects

The Smile for The London Design Festival on Woods Award 2017 Shortlist

16 Sep 2017

Wood Awards 2017 News

Wood Awards 2017 at the London Design Fair

The Wood Awards: Excellence in British Architecture & Product Design will be at the London Design Fair, 21st-24th September.

The 34 projects shortlisted for the Wood Awards 2017 will be showcased on stand B5, T2. Buildings will be represented on posters while products will be on display, including designs by Gareth Neal, Eleanor Lakelin, Matthew Hilton for Ercol, and David Neal for Case. The public will have the chance to vote for its favourite Student Designer project during the show.

On the 21st, the Wood Awards will present Talking Timber as part of the fair’s talks programme. Alex de Rijke (dRMM), Sebastian Cox and Yael Mer (Raw-Edges Design Studio) will explore the role of timber in the UK design world. The lively panel discussion will be chaired by David Michon. Wood Awards 2017 – Talking Timber event

16 + 5 Aug + 27 Jul 2017

Wood Awards 2017 Shortlist

Shortlist of Wood Awards 2017

THE WOOD AWARDS 2017: EXCELLENCE IN BRITISH ARCHITECTURE AND PRODUCT DESIGN SHORTLIST REVEALED

Buildings Competition

Twenty outstanding structures have been nominated for the Wood Awards 2017 shortlist, featuring some of Britain’s best architectural designs in wood. The judging panel was led by architect Michael Morrison of Purcell.

The shortlist will be showcased at the London Design Fair (Stand B05, Hall T2), Old Truman Brewery, 21st-24th September

Winners will be revealed at the annual Wood Awards ceremony at Carpenters’ Hall on 21st November, by ceremony host Johanna Agerman Ross, Founder of Disegno magazine and Curator of Twentieth Century and Contemporary Furniture and Product Design at the V&A.

Shortlisted – The Smile is one of the Festival’s Landmark Projects:
The Smile London

Established in 1971, the Wood Awards is the UK’s premier competition for excellence in architecture and product design in the world’s only naturally sustainable material. The Awards are free to enter and aim to recognise, encourage and promote outstanding design, craftsmanship and installation using wood.

The Awards are split into two main categories: Buildings and Furniture & Product. Within the Buildings competition there are five subcategories: Commercial & Leisure, Education & Public Sector, Interiors, Private and Small Project.

COMMERCIAL & LEISURE

1. COMMAND OF THE OCEANS
Command of the Oceans, Chatham, Kent, South East England
Design: Baynes and Mitchell Architects
for Chatham Historic Dockyard
Command of the Oceans, Chatham Historic Dockyard, Chatham by Baynes and Mitchell Architects
photo : Hélène Binet
Command of the Oceans in Chatham on 2017 Wood Awards Shortlist

In 1995, the timbers of an unknown ship were discovered beneath the Historic Dockyard Chatham. Hailed as the most significant naval archaeological discovery since the Mary Rose, they became the focal point for a project that aimed to preserve and interpret the dockyard’s history.

2. THE GATEWAY BUILDINGS, WEALD & DOWNLAND LIVING MUSEUM
Gateway Buildings, Weald & Downland Living Museum
Design: ABIR architects
Gateway Buildings, Weald & Downland Living Museum | www.e-architect.co.uk
photo : Jim Stephenson

Gateway Buildings, Weald & Downland Living Museum on Wood Awards 2017 Shortlist

Weald & Downland Living Museum boasts a collection of over 50 vernacular buildings spanning 950 years, all rescued from destruction and re-erected in the Grade II* registered South Downs National Park.

3. HASTINGS PIER
Hastings Pier, Sussex, South East England
Design: dRMM Architects
for Hastings Pier Charity
Hastings Pier, Hastings by dRMM Architects
photo : Alex de Rijke
Hastings Pier on Wood Awards 2017 Shortlist

The 2010 destruction of Hasting’s Pier by fire led to an opportunity of redefining what a 21st Century pier could be. dRMM’s re-design is a well-serviced platform that can support endless uses; from big-top circuses to international markets.

4. RIEVAULX ABBEY VISITOR CENTRE & MUSEUM
Rievaulx Abbey Visitor Centre & Museum
Design: Simpson & Brown Architects
Rievaulx Abbey Visitor Centre & Museum | www.e-architect.co.uk
photo © Giles Rocholl Photography

Rievaulx Abbey Visitor Centre & Museum Building

The aim of the project was to upgrade the museum building to meet modern curatorial standards, encourage visitors into the ruins, and improve facilities. A glulam spruce central hall has been inserted into the existing L-shaped timber visitor centre.

EDUCATION & PUBLIC SECTOR

1. COWAN COURT
Cowan Court, Cambridge
Design: 6a architects
Cowan Court Cambridge building
photo © Johan Dehlin

Cowan Court Building

Cowan Court is a new, environmentally sound 68-room hall of residence for Churchill College, originally founded in 1958. Three storeys of student bedrooms are arranged around an inner square court, echoing the original Sheppard Robson buildings.

2. THE GLAXOSMITHKLINE CARBON NEUTRAL LABORATORIES FOR SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY
GlaxoSmithKline Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry, Nottingham Building
Design: Fairhursts Design Group
GlaxoSmithKline Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry Nottingham | www.e-architect.co.uk
image courtesy of Wood Awards

GlaxoSmithKline Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry, Nottingham Building

This project provides an environment for sustainable chemistry over two-storeys (4500m2) which is energy and resource efficient. Achieving carbon neutrality was the single most important driver in the design, material selection and form of construction. Constructed with a glulam timber frame, the building is finished with western red cedar boarding and single-fired terracotta rain screen cladding.

3. MAGGIE’S OLDHAM
Maggies Centre in Oldham, North Manchester
Design: dRMM, architects
Maggie’s Oldham | www.e-architect.co.uk
photo © Alex de Rijke

Maggies Centre in Oldham
Built in the grounds of NHS cancer hospitals, Maggie’s Centres offer free practical and emotional support for people affected by cancer. The design of Maggie’s Oldham is less about form and more about content. Supported on slender columns, the building floats above a garden framed by pine, birch and tulip poplar trees.

4. WELLS CATHEDRAL SCHOOL
New Music Facilities for Wells Cathedral School, Wells, Somerset
Design: Eric Parry Architects
New Music Facilities for Wells Cathedral School
photograph courtesy of Wood Awards

Wells Cathedral School Building
Wells Cathedral School is renowned for its music. The new Cedars Hall provides professional-standard facilities for the school and community. These include flexible spaces for rehearsal and recording, a 350-capacity recital hall, and a foyer with a bar.

INTERIORS

1. 1 NEW BURLINGTON PLACE
1 New Burlington Place Office Building, London, South East England
Architects: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
1 New Burlington Place Offices | www.e-architect.co.uk
photograph : Rob Parrish

1 New Burlington Place Building
1 New Burlington Place is a mixed development redeveloping a disparate series of buildings into a cohesively layered urban block. A pair of grade II listed Georgian townhouses are drawn into the scheme’s new plan, one transformed and incorporated into the adjacent retail unit and the other returned to a family home.

2. HOUSE IN DEVON
New House in Devon, Dartmouth, South West England, UK
Design: 6a architects
New House in Dartmouth, Devon
photograph courtesy of Wood Awards

New House in Devon
House in Devon is an early-twentieth century family home with extensive views of the sea. The house has been transformed by stripping it back to its stone walls.

3. NAUTILUS
Nautilus Spiral Staircase, London
Architect: Hassan Nourbakhsh (Borheh)
Nautilus Spiral Staircase Wood Interior London design
photograph courtesy of Wood Awards

Nautilus Spiral Staircase
Nautilus is a spiral staircase developed as a dynamic design statement for a residential refurbishment. The minimalist hollow stair is formed from 180 unique pieces of ply, CNC cut and assembled on site with no visible connections.

4. OAK LINED HOUSE
Oak Lined House London, Wood Interior
Design: Knox Bhavan Architects LLP
Oak Lined House London wood interior design
photograph courtesy of Wood Awards

Oak Lined House London
This dark and compartmentalised Victorian terraced house has been reconfigured to transform it into a light and airy home.

PRIVATE

1. THE CROW’S NEST
The Crow’s Nest Residence, Dorset, South West England
Architects: AR Design Studio
The Crows Nest
photograph : Martin Gardner

The Crow’s Nest Residence on Wood Awards 2017 Shortlist
The clients required additional space, however, concerns about movement in the land led AR Design Studio to replace the existing house rather than build an extension. A floating structural frame, which acts as an adjustable raft in case of future movement, has been laid on top of dwarf walls built on a concrete slab.

2. HAMPSHIRE PASSIVHAUS
Hampshire Passivhaus, Self-Build Home Using CLT Panels
Design: Ruth Butler Architects
Hampshire Passivhaus, Self-Build Home | www.e-architect.co.uk
photo courtesy of Wood Awards

Passivhaus in Hampshire
Hampshire Passivhaus is a self-build home on the south coast. It is an L-shaped detached dwelling, creating private courtyard spaces, on a tight brownfield site with multiple neighbours.

3. STEPPING STONE HOUSE
Stepping Stone House in Maidenhead
Design: Hamish and Lyons, architects
Stepping Stone House Maidenhead
photo courtesy of Wood Awards

Timber House in Maidenhead
Disconnected, under-used and flood-prone out-buildings have been redeveloped to form additional living accommodation for the existing house situated on a heavily constrained site.

4. WOODMAN’S TREEHOUSE
Woodsman’s Treehouse in Dorset
Architects: Brownlie Ernst and Marks Limited
Woodsman’s Treehouse in West Dorset, England
photo courtesy of Wood Awards

Woodsman’s Treehouse in West Dorset
Woodsman’s Treehouse is a two-person residential retreat at Crafty Camping & Woodland Workshop, a rural campus offering green woodworking courses and accommodation in a woodland. It was self-built by a team of skilled furniture makers and green wood craftsmen.

SMALL PROJECTS

1. BELARUSIAN MEMORIAL CHAPEL
Belarusian Memorial Chapel in London
Design: Spheron Architects
Belarusian Memorial Chapel in London
photo © Joakim Boren

Belarusian Memorial Chapel Building
This 70sqm project is the first wooden chapel to be built in London since the Great Fire of 1666. Built for the Belarusian diaspora community in the UK, it is dedicated to the memory of victims of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster.

2. FEILDEN FOWLES STUDIO
Feilden Fowles Studio, London, South East England
Architects: Feilden Fowles Studio
Feilden Fowles Studio, Waterloo City Farm
photos © Edmund Fowles

Feilden Fowles Studio Building
Feilden Fowles master-planned Waterloo City Farm from the design of animal pens, sheltered outdoor classroom and barn, to their new studio which was offered in exchange for their design services.

3. SAW-MILL SHELTER
Sawmill Shelter at AA Hooke Park , Beaminster, Dorset, Southern England
Design: Architectural Association Design and Make students wirth Aurp Engineers
Sawmill Shelter AA Hooke Park Building
image courtesy of Wood Awards

Sawmill Shelter Hooke Park Building
The Saw-mill Shelter, located in the Architectural Association estate, was designed and built by students with the help of the school faculty and Arup engineers.

4. THE SMILE
The Smile for The London Design Festival, Chelsea College of Arts, 16 John Islip Street, London SW1P 4JU
Design: Alison Brooks Architects
The Smile London
image courtesy of architects

The Smile for The London Design Festival on Woods Award 2017 Shortlist
Conceived as a habitable arc, The Smile was a 3.5m high, 4.5m wide and 34m long curved timber tube that cantilevered 12m in two directions with viewing platforms at both ends.

Shortlisted structure – The Smile in London:
The Smile London Design Festival

SPONSORS

As a not-for-profit competition, the Wood Awards can only happen with collaborative industry sponsorship.

Arnold Laver sponsors the Arnold Laver Gold Award which is the project that the judges deem to be the best of all the winners.

Major Sponsors are American Hardwood Export Council, Carpenters’ Company, TRADA and the London Design Fair.

Other Sponsors include American Softwoods, Forestry Commission, Timber Trade Federation, Wood for Good and Furniture Makers’ Company.

14 Mar 2017

Wood Awards 2017

Wood Awards 2017

EXCELLENCE IN BRITISH ARCHITECTURE AND PRODUCT DESIGN

2017 CALL FOR ENTRIES IS OPEN

The Wood Awards: Excellence in British Architecture and Product Design has now launched its 2017 call for entries. Those involved in a UK-based wood project are invited to enter and have until 26 May to submit their applications.

Established in 1971, the Wood Awards recognises, encourages and promotes outstanding design, craftsmanship and installation using wood in projects throughout the UK. The Wood Awards’ elite independent judging panel not only judges all submitted entries but also visits the shortlisted projects in person, making the Wood Awards a uniquely rigorous competition.

Maggie’s at The Robert Parfett Building, shortlisted in 2016:
Wood Awards 2016 Buildings Shortlist

The Wood Awards shortlist will be announced in July and the winners will be announced at the Wood Awards ceremony on 21st November 2017 at Carpenters’ Hall in London. The shortlisted projects will be on display at the ceremony and during the London Design Festival in September.

Wood Awards ceremony 2016

Michael Morrison of Purcell and Max Fraser of Spotlight Press return as chairmen of the Buildings and Furniture & Product judging panels. New to the Buildings judging panel is Andrew Waugh of Waugh Thistleton Architects. He says: “It’s a fascinating and exciting time to be judging these awards. We are seeing the emergence of a new environmentally aware architecture – an architecture that is centred on the beauty of wooden construction – an age of timber architecture.”

Conservation & Repair of Harmondsworth Barn, shortlisted in 2016:
Wood Awards 2016 Buildings Shortlist

With permission from the owner, anyone associated with a building or product completed in the last two years, can enter. Buildings must be located within the UK whilst furniture and other products must have been either designed or manufactured in the UK. The competition is free to enter and entrants may submit more than one project. There are no restrictions on the size or budget of a project.

The 2017 categories will be confirmed at the shortlisting. Building categories are likely to be Commercial & Leisure, Education & Public Sector, Interiors, Private and Small Project. The Furniture & Product competition will be split into Bespoke, Production Made and Student Designer which is open to anyone currently in education or who has left education in the past 12 months. Within the Student category there are two cash prizes (£1,000 for the Winner and £500 for the People’s Choice). Other awards, such as Structural and Existing Building awards, can be given at the judges’ discretion. The Arnold Laver Gold Award is winner of winners, chosen from the winners of all the categories.

Mellor Primary School, building shortlisted in 2016:
Wood Awards 2016 Buildings Shortlist

“Winning a Wood Award gives prospective customers confidence in our abilities and has helped us grow as a company. Our work was discovered by Wallpaper* magazine through winning in 2014. Directly from that, we went on to do an installation in Milan for Wallpaper* Handmade, which was a huge success. Our latest winning project, Pantori, was designed and part made by our intern Stephanie Leake. The award has given Stephanie a big boost at the beginning of her career. Unlike many other competitions, the Wood Awards is free to enter so there’s nothing to lose and potentially lots to gain”
Ben Naylor, Jack Badger Ltd (Judges Special Award 2014 & Bespoke Winner 2016)

“The Wood Awards enabled me to meet interesting and important people within the industry at an early stage and was a confidence-boosting accolade on which to launch a whole collection of furniture. More importantly, the Awards reinforce the importance of working with timber and celebrate the creativity and innovation designers and architects, at all stages of their career, are applying to this material.”
Sebastian Cox (Special Award: Outstanding Design 2011)

Christ Church Crypt – Spitalfields, building shortlisted in 2016:
Christ Church Crypt Spitalfields
photo © David Grandorge

SPONSORS

As a not-for-profit competition, the Wood Awards can only happen with collaborative industry sponsorship.

Arnold Laver sponsors the Arnold Laver Gold Award which is the project that the judges deem to be the best of all the winners.

Major Sponsors of the Wood Awards 2017 are American Hardwood Export Council, Carpenters’ Company and TRADA.

Other sponsors include American Softwoods, Forestry Commission, Timber Trade Federation, Wood for Good and Furniture Makers’ Company.

Email: info@woodawards.com Website: www.woodawards.com Social Media: @WoodAwards #WoodAwards2017

2016 Wood Design & Building Awards

2016 Wood Design & Building Awards

Wood Design & Building Awards Shortlist – 2016

Wood Awards 2016 Buildings Shortlist
photograph : Paul Miller

16 May 2016

Wood Awards 2016

Wood Awards 2016

Deadline for entering: 27 May 2016

Website: www.woodawards.com

Architects and designers from around the United Kingdom are invited to enter their wood-based projects into this year’s Wood Awards: Excellence in British Architecture and Product Design. Entries can be made via the Wood Awards website.

Established in 1971, the Wood Awards recognises, encourages and promotes outstanding design, craftsmanship and installation using wood in projects throughout the UK. The Wood Awards’ independent judging panel not only judges all submitted entries but also visits the shortlisted projects in person, making the Wood Awards a rigorous competition.

With permission from the owner, anyone associated with a building or product completed in the last two years can enter. Buildings must be located within the UK whilst furniture and other products must have been either designed or manufactured in the UK. There are no restrictions on the size, budget or function of entries. The competition is free to enter and entrants may submit more than one project.

Sponsors

Arnold Laver sponsors the Arnold Laver Gold Award which is the project that the judges deem to be the best of all the winners.
Major Sponsors of the Wood Awards 2016 are American Hardwood Export Council, Carpenters’ Company, TRADA and Wood for Good.
Other Sponsors include American Softwoods, British Woodworking Federation, Confederation of Timber Industries, Furniture Makers’ Company, Forestry Commission and Timber Trade Federation.

2015 Wood Design & Building Awards Winners

– Underhill, Matinecock, New York, Bates Masi + Architects LLC
Underhill, Matinecock
photo : Michael Moran, Michael Moran Studio

– Stade de soccer de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Saucier + Perrotte architectes and Hughes Condon Marler Architects
Stade de soccer de Montréal
photo : Olivier Blouin, Olivier Blouin Photos

– Guildford Aquatic Centre, Surrey, British Columbia, Bing Thom Architects, Shape Architecture (Associate Architect)
Guildford Aquatic Centre, Surrey
photo : Ema Peter, Ema Peter Photography

– Puukuokka Housing Block, Jyväskylä, Finland, OOPEAA Office for Peripheral Architecture
Puukuokka Housing Block, Jyväskylä
photo : Mikko Auerniitty

– Public Library of Constitución, Constitución, Chile, Sebastian Irarrazaval Arquitectos
Public Library of Constitución
photo : Felipe Díaz

Wood Design & Building Awards Winners 2015

30 May 2013

Wood Awards Winners 2013

Wood Awards 2013 Shortlist

A shortlist of just 30 has been selected from a record entry of 318 British projects in the Wood Awards 2013, the UK’s premier award scheme celebrating excellence in design in wood.

The Wood Awards is a flagship for wood in the best of British architecture, furniture and design. This year’s 30-strong shortlist features unique private houses, stunning small projects, outstanding restorations, impressive public buildings and extraordinary bespoke and production-made furniture, ranging from the traditional to the cutting edge.

The independent judging panel of architecture, engineering, craftsmanship and design experts and specialists led by Michael Morrison of Purcell UK and Sean Sutcliffe of Benchmark Furniture now see the shortlist in person before making their final decisions. The winners of the Wood Awards categories and which project will receive the coveted Gold Award – the winner of winners – will be announced on the 19th November at a reception hosted by the Worshipful Company of Carpenters.

Mary Rose Museum Portsmouth:
Mary Rose Museum building
image from architect

The shortlisted projects range from Wilkinson Eyre Architect’s Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth featuring Canadian Western red cedar to Atmos Studio’s undulating RoominaRoom in London, using birch plywood, European oak and American black walnut, and in the Furniture categories, Angus Ross’s deconstructed Tay Bench in Scottish and European oak is shortlisted alongside a second Atmos Studio project, 16 metres of continuous integrated landscape furniture in Latvian birch plywood with seating for 80 people.

Michael Morrison said, “The diversity of this year’s entries demonstrate the range of flexibility and problem solving which timber brings. This is exciting to see, and the quality of entries this year has made the selection of the shortlist particularly difficult.”

David Hopkins, head of communications and external affairs for major sponsor Wood for Good, said, “Looking through the entries for this year’s Wood Awards, it is hard not to be struck by the impact that the timber industry is having on the face of urban architecture throughout the UK. Timber is carving itself an ever larger niche in the construction market and one factor which is repeated throughout the entries is sustainability. Timber is finally being recognised as a solution to achieving affordable, low-carbon urban development goals.”

The Wood Awards 2013 shortlist will be showcased for the first time at 100% Design in London from 18-21 September, and at Timber Expo, now at the NEC in Birmingham from 24-25 September.

As the flagship for wood in the best of British architecture, furniture and design, the Wood Awards is made possible by the major sponsorship of AHEC, Canada Wood, the Carpenters’ Company, TRADA and Wood for Good. Other sponsors include American Softwoods, BRE and the Forestry Commission.

For more information, visit www.woodawards.com

Wood Awards Winners 2013 information received Aug 2013


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Kings Place Concert Hall
Design: Dixon Jones
Kings Place Concert Hall
photo : Richard Bryant – arcaid.co.uk

Wood Awards 2009

Wood Awards 2008 Gold Award winner
Wood Awards 2008 Winner : Shetland Museum and Archives by BDP
Shetland Museum
Shetland Museum photo © Mark Sinclair

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Wood Awards 2007
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Wood Awards 2006
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Savill Building
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