WOOD AWARDS 2014 – from strength to strength

Architecture, Design & Innovation

The Globe Theatre 2014 Allies and Morrison (c) Nick Gutteridge The Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, at Shakepeare’s Globe Theatre, London, by McCurdy & Co using English and European oak (c) Nick Guttridge

The national Wood Awards recently closed its call for entries with an impressive 262 individual architecture and furniture entries. Located across the whole of the UK, the projects entered use a vast range of wood species, treatments, innovations and timber products, and early feedback from the judges indicate that it is not only a bumper crop, but one of excellent quality, making for another fascinating competition.

Ty Oriel, Cardiff by Downs Merrifield Architects (c) Rob Boltman Ty Oriel, Cardiff by Downs Merrifield Architects (c) Rob Boltman

The Wood Awards independent judging panel now has the challenging task of selecting a shortlist of projects which will be visited in person over the summer, before the eventual winners are announced in November.

As the UK’s premier award scheme with over 40 years of supporting excellence in the world’s only naturally

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