Bat House Competition, WWT London Wetlands Centre

Bat House Competition, Barnes Building, London Design Contest Winner, Project, News

Bat House Project London : Barnes Architecture

Development for WWT London Wetlands Centre, England, UK

6 Feb 2010

Bat House Project

THE OVERALL WINNER:

Jorgen Tandberg and Yo Murata

The winner in the Student/General Public Category was selected as the overall winner, to be built at the WWT London Wetlands Centre. Congratulations to Mr Jorgen Tandberg and Ms Yo Murata, who are 4th year undergraduate students at the Architectural Association.

Bathouse Project – Category A Winners

First Prize:
Andrew Brown, Gareth Jones & James Falconer

Joint Runner-Up:
Jochen Rabe (Arup) with Stefan White (Manchester School of Architecture) and Mike Wells (Biodiversity by Design)

Joint Runner-Up:
Mitchell Taylor Workshop and Buro Happold

Bathouse Project – Category B Winners

First Prize of Category B and overall winning entry:
Mr Jorgen Tandberg & Ms. Yo Murata

Second Prize:
Tilman Ruben Winter

Third Prize:
Alexander Bartscher & Elisabeth Deutschmann

Bathouse Project – Category C Winners
First Prize:
Inderjit Mehroke

Second Prize:
Alexander Craig-Thompson

Third Prize:
Matthew Burns

Bat House Project at WWT London Wetlands Centre information from the Bat house Competition

WWT London Wetland Centre – address:
Queen Elizabeth’s Walk, Barnes, London, SW13 9WT

Contact WWT London Wetland Centre:
Phone: 020 8409 4400 / e-mail: info.london@wwt.org.uk


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