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Brick Awards 2022 open for entries

Every year the Brick Development Association celebrates the architecture and designs that have leveraged the humble clay block to best effect. Enter your projects now for a chance to win in November

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The Brick Awards celebrate the best examples of clay brick in the built environment, such as 2021 Architect's Choice winner, Lea Fields crematorium by Haverstock Associates.
The Brick Awards celebrate the best examples of clay brick in the built environment, such as 2021 Architect's Choice winner, Lea Fields crematorium by Haverstock Associates.

Have you completed a wonderful brick project in the past two years? The Brick Development Association (BDA) Brick Awards 2022 are now open for entries.

The Brick Awards differ from other competitions in that they are free to enter and benefit from an exceptionally well credentialled judging panel. They have established a reputation as one of the industry’s most respected and well attended events.

The awards celebrate the best examples of clay brick in the built environment. Each year, they attract the entry of exemplary projects from leading architects, housebuilders, developers and contractors across 18 hotly contested categories.

Four of the awards are judged and voted for independently. These are Contractor’s Choice, Architect’s Choice, Sustainability and Supreme.

The Sustainability award is new and has been added to reflect the intentions of British brick manufacturers and to highlight the positive, sustainable initiatives taking place within the industry.

  • The 2021 cohort of Brick Awards winners with host Gyles Brandreth.
    The 2021 cohort of Brick Awards winners with host Gyles Brandreth.
  • Brick Awards 2021 Supreme winner: Lambeth Palace Library by Wright & Wright.
    Brick Awards 2021 Supreme winner: Lambeth Palace Library by Wright & Wright.
  • Brick Awards 2021 Supreme winner trophy.
    Brick Awards 2021 Supreme winner trophy.
  • Brick Awards 2021 Innovation winner: York House by dMFK.
    Brick Awards 2021 Innovation winner: York House by dMFK.
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This is the 46th year of the awards and the organisers are encouraging everyone who is passionate about the built environment to enter their brick projects.

The Brick Awards ceremony will take place on 10 November 2022 at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, London. The evening is a great opportunity for the entire industry to come together and celebrate the beautiful possibilities of clay brick. 

The deadline for entries is 20 May 2022.

The BDA is a membership organisation for UK clay brick and paver manufacturers. It offers free design and technical services to those who work with clay brick, as well as a friendly, accessible point of reference to the public.

To enter the Brick Awards 2022, go to brick.org.uk/brick-awards

For more information and technical support, visit brick.org.uk

 

Contact:

020 7323 7034

georgespreckley@brick.org.uk


 

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