Following the exciting announcement that the annual Brick Awards shortlisting has been revealed, the Brick Development Association (BDA) would like to invite registered architects to help them choose which project should receive the prestigious Architect’s Choice Award on the 10th November at The Brick Award ceremony held at The Hilton Park Lane, London. The award has been sponsored by Catnic who are honoured to present the award to the overall winner of this category on the night.
The shortlist this year showcases a spectacular and varied range of architectural projects, covering brick excellence in public, educational and commercial buildings, as well as housing developments. The BDA received over 200 project submissions and the expert jury panel has selected 77 projects in total to be shortlisted for a Brick Award. This year’s nominees include the Newport Street Gallery, the Peabody Scheme at St John’s Hill, and Eastwood Health and Care Centre in Glasgow. These, and all shortlisted projects are fantastic examples of how brick can regenerate and ameliorate its surroundings, in addition to its well-known practical benefits and longevity.
The Architect’s Choice is an opportunity for the wider architectural community to be a part of the Brick Awards. The BDA is delighted to invite registered architects and architecture students to vote on their favourite projects in each of the 14 categories of this year’s awards, with exception to the Best Worldwide Project category which is considered separately. Voting is only accepted through the BDA website where we ask for your top vote in each category.
If you are an architect or study architecture, please cast your vote under the image of each shortlisted project here.
Now celebrating its 40th year, the Brick Awards annual ceremony hosted by the Brick Development Association honours the varied and diverse ways brick can be used in contemporary architecture with its remarkable range of applications.
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