Wood Awards 2007, Building Winner

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Wood Awards 2007 Winners

UK Timber Architectural Prize – Winners

Wood Awards Winners 2007

Gold Award winner
Formby Pool, Lancashire, north west England
Design: Feilden Clegg Bradley (since renamed FCBS)

Marlowe Academy, Ramsgate, Kent, south east England
Design: Building Design Partnership (since renamed BDP)

Dairy House, Somerset, south west England
Design: Skene Catling de la Pena

Abbey Barn, Abbotsbury, Dorset, south west England
Design: Philip Hughes Associates

Small Project & Innovation:
The King’s School Library, Worcester, Worcestershire, western England
Design: Associated Architects

Carmarthen Place, London, southern England
Design: Architects in Residence

Best Use of British Timber:
Orangery roof, Chiddingstone, Kent, southeast England
Design: Peter Hulbert, Architect

Jerwood Sculpture Park seating, Ragley Hall, Warwickshire, central England
Design: Andrew Trotman

Wood Awards 2006

Wood Awards 2006 : Savill Building
Warwick Sweeney Photography
Savill Building photo: The Crown Estate. Warwick Sweeney Photography
The Savill Building will unite all visitor facilities including a ticket office, shop, self-service restaurant, seminar rooms, offices and a small garden centre all under one gently undulating gridshell roof, that appears to float over a series of linked spaces. Combining the best in contemporary engineering with traditional craft skills, the bespoke gridshell roof is constructed from larch and clad with green oak from The Crown Estate’s own sustainable sources from the Windsor Estate

Wood Awards 2006 : Alnwick Garden Pavilion
Alnwick Garden Pavilion
Alnwick Pavilion photo © Adrian Welch
According to the owners of this property, The Alnwick Garden is being created by Jacques and Peter Wirtz, celebrated international garden designers from Belgium. In design terms it is fair to say that The Alnwick Garden pushes the boundaries.

Wood Awards previous winners

Wood Awards – 2005 : Pinions Barn Buckinghamshire Buildings

Wood Awards – 2004 : Norwich Cathedral Visitors Centre – Norwich Buildings

Wood Awards – 2003 : The Weald & Downland Gridshell – Sussex Buildings

Location: UK

Architecture Awards

Architectural Awards Selection

Civic Trust Awards Scotland

RIBA Awards

Grand Designs Awards

Stirling Prize

BCO Awards

Wood Awards 2006 Gold Award winner : Glen Howells Architects, Birmingha, West Midlands, for the Savill Building

Wood Awards 2006 : Hopkins Architects for Alnwick Garden Pavilion + Broughton Hall Pavilion

Architects Walking Tours

English Houses Designs

English Residential Architecture

English Houses

Island Rest, Isle of Wight
Design: Strom Architects
Island Rest Isle of Wight property
photos by Nick Hufton, Al Crow
Island Rest Isle of Wight Residence
‘Island Rest’ is a response to the client’s brief for a contemporary family holiday home. Situated on a beautiful Isle of Wight creek, ‘Island Rest’ sits on a spacious site with direct access to the water and views of the Solent beyond.

Lake Cabin in Brabourne, Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Beauty, Southeast England
Design: RX Architects
Lake Cabin Kent
photo : Ashley Gendek
Lake Cabin in Kent Downs
The site is in Brabourne within the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Beauty (AONB) adjacent to a lake. The designs are for a cabin positioned on the lakes’ edge with a cantilevered deck over the water.

Stanyard’s Cottage, Surrey, southeast England
Design: Alter & Company
Stanyards Cottage Surrey
photograph : Jim Stephenson
Stanyard’s Cottage in Surrey
This English property is a quaint ‘sticks and stones’ cottage which forms the heart of this family home is situated in a grade two listed site and is set within a concealed location, surrounded by scrub and woodlands.

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