Architecture Awards 2022

Applications are now open for the DHBT's 2022 Architecture Awards.

There are a number of categories so many historic building schemes will find they can apply.

We've recently added a 'Conservation Champion' category and, new for 2022, a 'Craftsperson' one to help celebrate the best in craftsmanship across the county.

 

The deadline for applications is 31st August 2022.  Finalists will be invited to the Awards ceremony at Elvaston Castle in November.  

 

To be eligible for the building related categories, the scheme must be in Derbyshire and reached practical completion by 31st August 2022.  

 

For the purpose of the Awards, the term 'historic' is defined as a building that is pre-World War II. 

 

To apply, please complete the short application form here.

 

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Architecture Awards 2021

New Building in an Historic Setting

 

Winner - John Smedley East Site Redevelopment

Evans Vettori Architects

Client - Oasis Holding

 

Commendation - Hot House, Wirksworth

Mansel Architects

Clients - Lu and Ralph Selby

 

Reuse of an Historic Building

 

Joint Winner

Museum of Making at Derby Silk Mill

Architect - Bauman Lyons

Client - Derby Museums

 

Joint Winner

Ada Belfield Centre and Belper Library

Glancy Nicholls Architects

Client - Derbyshire County Council

 

Commendation

Amber Mill Furniture Rural Enterprise Centre

Architect - Tim Nutter

Client - Ann Turner

Restoration of an Historic Building

 

Winner

Radbourne Hall

Architect - Peregrine Bryant

Client - Sir James and Lady Chichester

 

Commendation

Crowden Lea

Tom Crooks Architecture

Client - Mr P Young

 

Commendation

Elvaston Coach House and Clock Tower

Architect - Alex Gilbert

Client - Derbyshire County Council

 

Restoration of a Public Building

 

Winner

St Wilfrid’s Church, Barrow-upon- Trent

Architect - Lathams - Matthew Wilde

Client - The Friends of St Wilfrid’s Church

 

Commendation

Hathersage Swimming Pool

Tom Crooks Architecture

Client - Hathersage Parish Council

 

Deborah Devonshire Award

Ensana Buxton Crescent

Architect - Andrew Ryan

Client - Buxton Crescent Ltd

 

The ‘Conservation Champion’ award was given to Ron Common (pictured), who had been nominated by Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, for his outstanding contribution to their project to restore Aqueduct Cottage.

Read our blog to find out more about all the Award recipients.

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