Wood Awards 2009, Results, Buildings, Architect, Engineer, Image, Design, Photo

Wood Awards 2009 Architecture

UK Timber Architectural Prize – Winners News

16 Oct 2009

Wood Awards Winners – 2009

Gold Award
Winner: Kings Place Concert Hall
Design: Dixon Jones
Wood Awards 2009 Winner - Kings Place Concert Hall
photo : Richard Bryant – arcaid.co.uk

Commercial & Public Access
Winner: Kings Place Concert Hall (link above)

Highly Commended: Falmouth School Design & Technology Building

Highly Commended: St Luke’s CE Primary School

Structural
Winner: Deal Pier Cafe & Bar
Design: Niall McLaughlin Architects
Wood Awards 2009 Structural Winner - Deal Pier

Highly Commended: Stonebridge Hillside Hub

Conservation & Restoration
Winner: The Merchant’s House

Private
Winner: Carson Road
Knox Bhavan Architects
Carson Road
photograph : Fisher Hart Photography

Highly Commended: El Ray
Simon Conder Associates
El Ray
photo © Paul Smoothy

Furniture
Winner: Elan Outdoor Furniture
Highly Commended: Grace – Longcase Clock
Winner – Single Piece Domestic Furniture: Mirror Frame
Winner – Single Piece for a Public Space: Seating at Graves Gallery
Winner – Exterior Furniture: Elan Outdoor Furniture
Winner – Production Furniture: Litton Collection: L’Arche Cabinet

Wood Awards – Special Awards

Best Small Project
Winner: West Mayfield

Offsite Construction
Winner: Falmouth School Design & Technology Building

Best Use of British Timber
Winner: Oak Bridge

Best Use of Panel Products
Winner: Hoddinott Hall

Wood Awards : main page with current information

Location: UK
Stirling Prize

Recent Wood Awards Winners

Wood Awards 2007
Wood Awards 2008 Winner : Shetland Museum and Archives by BDP

Shetland Museum
photo © Mark Sinclair

Gold Award
The project was shortlisted in three categories, and won the Commercial and Public Access category, eventually going on to win the top prize at the award ceremony in London last night (15 October 2008). The awards aim to recognise, encourage and promote outstanding design, craftsmanship and installation in wood, the worlds most naturally sustainable material.

Wood Awards 2007
Wood Awards 2007
Gold Award winner : Formby Pool, Lancashire – Feilden Clegg Bradley

Wood Awards 2006
Savill Building – Glenn Howells Architects

Wood Awards 2006
Windsor Great Park, southeast England, UK
Warwick Sweeney Photography
photo : The Crown Estate. Warwick Sweeney Photography

Wood Awards – Previous Winners

2005 : Pinions Barn

2004 : Norwich Cathedral Visitors Centre

2003 : The Weald & Downland Gridshell

Architecture Awards

Civic Trust Awards

RIBA Awards

Grand Designs Awards

BCO Awards

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