Town and Country Design Awards

 

Bristol Civil Justice Centre

Shortlisted project (public sector category) Bristol Civil Justice Centre by Associated Architects

From 54 entries, 13 projects have now been shortlisted in 5 categories (Commercial, Conservation, Housing, Small Project and Public Sector), as well as the overall Ibstock Project of the Year Award and the publically voted People's Choice Award.

The awards look at the impact of new and converted built environment projects in both rural and urban settings and aim to highlight the contributions made by RIBA members working in the South West of England.

Incoming RIBA President Angela Brady will host the live announcements at an awards ceremony in the new M Shed museum, Bristol on 22 November 2011. 

2011 Shortlisted Projects:

Public Sector
Huish Sixth by Mark Richmond Architects
Bristol Civil Justice Centre by Associated Architects
Faculty of Technology & Environment, UWE by Stride Treglown

Conservation
Nailsea Tithe Barn by Architecton
Kestle Barton by A.J Bunning Architect
Blackfriars Priory by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Housing
Private House by Found Associates
Kayawana Hall by Stan Bolt Architects
Woodchester House by Robert Grace Architecture

Commercial
Deanery Road Development by Alec French Architects
Ecotricity HQ by David Austin & Associates

Small Project
The Fosse by Designscape Architects
Montpelier Extension by S2 Design Architects

 


Principal Sponsor

Ibstock

Associate Sponsors

4D Lighting
 
Interwest
 
Forbo
 
The Rooflight Company
 

Evening Post

 

Western Daily Press


 

 

 

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