2018 BDA Brick Award shortlist revealed

31st Aug 2018

2018 BDA Brick Award shortlist revealed

The annual Brick Awards celebrate the best examples of clay brick in our built environment. Each year the awards attract over 300 entries from leading architects, housebuilders, developers and contractors, across 15 exciting categories.

We are very pleased to have supplied seven of the fantastic projects shortlisted across a number of categories in this year's shortlist, including Muswell Hill by pH+ architects and Gilbert Ash, built using the Grove Orange Multi from our exclusive Select Range of facing bricks. The striking North London project has been shortlisted in the Large Housing Development category.

Muswell Hill, London

OMI Architect's Wilburn Basin is a second nomination in the Large Housing Development category that we are proud to have supplied in partnership with Renaker Build and Cara Brickwork. The Manchester development provides 491 three, two and one-bedroom apartments, townhouses and garden apartments along with 7,500sq. ft. of commercial floor space at street level.

Wilburn Basin

Also shortlisted in the Large Housing Development category is Royal Albert Wharf by Maccreanor Lavington architects and main contractors Galliford Try. Taylor Maxwell worked closely with Maccreanor Lavington over a number of years to design and develop a bespoke blend of facing bricks that would allude to the buildings of the area’s industrial past. This precise choice of unique brickwork, was ultimately named by the architects as the ‘Queens Dock Blend’. The project is also shortlisted in the Urban Regeneration category.

Royal Albert Wharf

Storey's Field by MUMA LLP is shortlisted in three categories; Public, Outdoor and Craftsmanship, with an exciting nomination for Anglian Brickwork in the Specialist Brickwork Contractor category. The renowned scheme is also shortlisted for this year's prestigious RIBA Stirling prize.

Storeys Field

We are thrilled to see a number of schemes supplied in Scotland nominated in this years Brick Awards, with Lesterose Scotland also being nominated in the Specialist Brickwork Contractor category for their involvement with 16 Church Street. The scheme has also been nominated in the Urban Regeneration, Public and Refurbishment award categories.

In the Public category, Firrhill Partnership by Hoskins Architects and Graham Construction has been shortlisted alongside Woodhall Drive by Edinburgh based architects LBA. Woodhall Drive is also nominated in the Small Housing Development category.

The full shortlist of projects in each category can be viewed here. We wish all entrants the best of luck and are looking forward to the awards evening on the 8th November!

Woodhall Drive

Taylor Maxwell deliver consultation on external facade materials throughout all stages of the design process. Our experienced external sales teams are on hand to visit offices and sites, to support you and your project. Contact us to arrange a meeting and see how we can help you.

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