22 June 2022
Final week to enter the Wood Awards
The Wood Awards: Excellence in British Architecture and Product Design is open to anyone involved in a UK-based wood project is invited to enter and has until 1 July 2022 to submit their applications. There is no entry fee.
Established in 1971, the Wood Awards recognises, encourages and promotes outstanding design, craftsmanship and installation throughout the UK. Timber Development UK chief executive David Hopkins said:
“We are proud to be supporting this year’s Wood Awards and would strongly encourage all members to submit now to make sure they are in the running. These prestigious awards help shine a light on the many innovators we have in the UK around timber design and construction.”
The Wood Awards’ elite independent judging panel not only judges all submitted entries but also visits the shortlisted projects in person, making the Wood Awards a uniquely rigorous competition. The Awards are split into two main categories: Furniture & Product and Buildings.
The Gold Award is given to the project that the judges deem to be the winner of winners. Read more about the Wood Awards and hear from the judges in our press release, or enter now using the button below.
With permission from the owner, anyone associated with a building or product completed in the last two years, can enter. Buildings must be located within the UK whilst furniture and other products must have been either designed or manufactured in the UK. Fitted furniture must be in the UK.
There are no restrictions on the size or budget of a project. Entrants may submit more than one project. Entries must be submitted via www.woodawards.com.
The 2022 shortlist will be announced in September. The Wood Awards has ambitious plans for a novel and exciting finale to the competition, details of which will be announced in due course.
Enter your project now via www.woodawards.com/enter.
You can also view the Wood Awards 2021 winners at: www.woodawards2021.online.
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