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The Brick Awards 2023 are open for entries

Have you completed a wonderful brick project in the past two years? What are you waiting for? Enter it for a Brick Award today

In association with
Celebrating the possibilities of clay brick. Brick Awards 2022 Architects' Choice Winner: Woodmore Mews, Charlton Church Lane, London. Peter Barber Architects.
Celebrating the possibilities of clay brick. Brick Awards 2022 Architects' Choice Winner: Woodmore Mews, Charlton Church Lane, London. Peter Barber Architects.

The deadline for Brick Awards 2023 entries is 17 May 2023. To enter, go to brick.org.uk/brick-awards

The Brick Awards celebrate the best examples of clay brick in our built environment. 

Now in their 47th year, they differ from many other awards schemes in that they are free to enter and feature an exceptionally well credentialed judging panel.

The Brick Awards have established a reputation as one of the industry’s most respected and well attended events.

Each year, the awards attract the entry of exemplary projects from leading architects, housebuilders, developers and contractors across 18 categories.

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

  • Brick Awards 2022 Supreme Winner, Craftsmanship Winner and Contractors' Choice Winner: Radley College chapel extension, Abingdon, Oxfordshire. Purcell Architecture.
    Brick Awards 2022 Supreme Winner, Craftsmanship Winner and Contractors' Choice Winner: Radley College chapel extension, Abingdon, Oxfordshire. Purcell Architecture. Credit: Nicholas Kane
  • Brick Awards 2022 Innovation Winner: Battersea Power Station, Village Courtyard, Battersea, London. Wilkinson Eyre, Purcell Architecture.
    Brick Awards 2022 Innovation Winner: Battersea Power Station, Village Courtyard, Battersea, London. Wilkinson Eyre, Purcell Architecture.
  • Brick Awards 2022 Commercial Winner and Sustainability (Commercial) Winner: The Department Store Studios, 19 Bellefields Road, London. Squire & Partners.
    Brick Awards 2022 Commercial Winner and Sustainability (Commercial) Winner: The Department Store Studios, 19 Bellefields Road, London. Squire & Partners.
  • Brick Awards 2022 Public Winner: The Alder Centre, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Liverpool. Allford Hall Monaghan Morris.
    Brick Awards 2022 Public Winner: The Alder Centre, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Liverpool. Allford Hall Monaghan Morris.
  • Brick Awards 2022 Urban Regeneration Winner: Neptune Wharf at Fish Island Village, Wyke Road, London. Haworth Tompkins.
    Brick Awards 2022 Urban Regeneration Winner: Neptune Wharf at Fish Island Village, Wyke Road, London. Haworth Tompkins.
  • Brick Awards 2022 Education Winner: Royal College of Art, Battersea Campus, Hester Road, London. Herzog & De Meuron Architects.
    Brick Awards 2022 Education Winner: Royal College of Art, Battersea Campus, Hester Road, London. Herzog & De Meuron Architects.
  • Brick Awards 2022 Refurbishment Winner: Houlton School, Houlton Way, Clifton upon Dunsmore, Rugby. Van Heyningen and Haward Architects.
    Brick Awards 2022 Refurbishment Winner: Houlton School, Houlton Way, Clifton upon Dunsmore, Rugby. Van Heyningen and Haward Architects.
  • Brick Awards 2022 Large Housing Development Winner: Goodluck Hope, Leamouth Peninsula, London. Allies and Morrison, Todd Architects.
    Brick Awards 2022 Large Housing Development Winner: Goodluck Hope, Leamouth Peninsula, London. Allies and Morrison, Todd Architects.
  • Brick Awards 2022 Sustainability (Residential) Winner: The Barratt Zed House, University of Salford Campus, Manchester. Barratt Homes.
    Brick Awards 2022 Sustainability (Residential) Winner: The Barratt Zed House, University of Salford Campus, Manchester. Barratt Homes.
  • Brick Awards 2022 Individual Housing Winner: Chelwood, Chesham Bois, Amersham. Napier Clarke Architects.
    Brick Awards 2022 Individual Housing Winner: Chelwood, Chesham Bois, Amersham. Napier Clarke Architects.
  • Brick Awards 2022 Small Housing Development Winner: Gardenmore Green, Dunmurry, Belfast. Hall Black Douglas Architects.
    Brick Awards 2022 Small Housing Development Winner: Gardenmore Green, Dunmurry, Belfast. Hall Black Douglas Architects.
  • Brick Awards 2022 Worldwide Winner: Hitra office and commercial building, Iran. Hooman Balazadeh.
    Brick Awards 2022 Worldwide Winner: Hitra office and commercial building, Iran. Hooman Balazadeh.
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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.

Organisers encourage everyone who is passionate about the built environment to enter their brick projects.

The prestigious Brick Awards ceremony will take place on 8 November 2023 at London's Royal Lancaster Hotel.

The evening is a great opportunity for the entire industry to come together and celebrate the beautiful possibilities of clay brick.

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


Contact:
0207 323 7034
georgespreckley@brick.org.uk


 

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