The Wood Awards 2015

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From the largest timber frame structure to a tabletop vessel, eight architecture awards and three furniture categories display the versatility, practicality and above all beauty of wood in the Wood Awards again this year

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The Joy of Wood. RIBA J Editor Hugh Pearman introduces the Wood Awards 2015. Click on the image for more details
The Joy of Wood. RIBA J Editor Hugh Pearman introduces the Wood Awards 2015. Click on the image for more details

 

Arnold Laver Gold Award and Private Winner. Click on the image for more details
Arnold Laver Gold Award and Private Winner. Click on the image for more details

 

Commercial and Leisure Winner. Click on the image for more details
Commercial and Leisure Winner. Click on the image for more details

 

Education and Public Sector Winner. Click on the image for more details
Education and Public Sector Winner. Click on the image for more details

 

Existing Building Winner. Click on the image for more details
Existing Building Winner. Click on the image for more details

 

Interiors Winner. Click on the image for more details
Interiors Winner. Click on the image for more details

 

Structural Award Winner. Click on the image for more details
Structural Award Winner. Click on the image for more details

 

Judges Special Award Winner. Click on the image for more details
Judges Special Award Winner. Click on the image for more details

 

Small Project Winner. Click on the image for more details
Small Project Winner. Click on the image for more details

 

Bespoke: Winner. Click on the image for more details
Bespoke: Winner. Click on the image for more details

 

Student Designer: Winner. Click on the image for more details
Student Designer: Winner. Click on the image for more details

 

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