The projects that made it onto the shortlist for this year’s Wood Awards will be on display at the London Olympia this week.
This year’s Wood Awards is drawing upon the power of social media to find contenders, offering everyone the opportunity to nominate via Instagram and Twitter using the hashtag #WoodAwards2016.
The winner of winners in this year’s annual Wood Awards was The Fishing Hut by Niall McLaughlin Architects. As well as scooping the Private Category Award – it took home the coveted Arnold Laver Gold Award.
An eye-catching and creative range of buildings and products have made it onto the shortlist of entrants competing for a prize in this year’s Wood Awards.
Architects and product designers from across the UK are being invited to submit their wood-based projects to this year’s Wood Awards.
An arts and crafts museum in East Sussex topped the bill at this year’s Wood Awards, scooping the award for existing building before seizing the crown as the overall ‘winner of winners’.
The 30 shortlisted entries in this year’s national Wood Awards are on display at Earls Court, London, as part of 100% Design, which forms part of the London Design Festival.
The contractor behind the award-winning Bishop Edward King Chapel saw its pre-tax profits rise by 21% to £1.7m last year, on revenue that was up 12% to £77.3m.
The new home of the Mary Rose in Portsmouth, an extension to the University of Kent and a new wedding chapel in Blackpool (pictured) are among the projects shortlisted for this year’s Wood Awards.
David Morley Architect’s Hurlingham Club Outdoor Pool won the top award of Gold at this year’s Wood Awards.