Friday18 August 2017

The Wood Awards 2011 - private/best small project shortlist

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The seven projects in the running for this year’s private/small projects shortlist

The panel of judges, which included BD editorial director Amanda Baillieu and BD editor Ellis Woodman, selected the final 30 shortlisted projects from a record number of entries - 348 across the 5 categories.

The seven shortlisted projects for the private/small project category are:

081 -23MR stairs - a staircase that transformed a downstairs toilet into “a throne for surveying the labyrinth of surrounding detail” - by Atmos Studio - mian wood type: Panaget Traviata Heringbone Parquet - Oak (engineered parquet), Standard-grade 630kg/m3 MDF sheets (6, 12, 18, 25mm thicknesses) - FSC approved, Laminated Prime-grade Medium European Oak worktops, 30mm & 38mm thicknesses (40mm-staves)

Connearn Studio - a purpose built artist’s workspace located in Deptford - by Studio Callaghan - main wood type: Cryptomeria Japonica - Wales, Birch Plywood - Latvia, Structural panels: recycled exterior plywood on softwood frames - origin unknown, Timber roof joists: 6x2 softwood CS4 - origin unknown

Emmanuel College Library - the complete refurbishment and extension of the library building in Cambridge - by Kilburn Nightingale Architects - main wood type: Sweet Chestnut, England, English Oak

Bavent House - a four bedroom family home in Suffolk - by Hudson Architects - main wood type: Iroko cladding, Douglas fir

Shingle House - a Living Architecture holiday home in Dungeness - by Nord - main wood type: External: Western Red Cedar (North America), Internal: Redwood (North America), Purple Heart (Ghana)

The Watson House - a holiday home in the New Forest - by John Pardey Architects - main wood type: Larch/fir (cross lam panels)- Sweet Chestnut (cladding/joinery)

Strange House - a family home in London - by Hugh Strange Architects - main wood type: Spruce (Switzerland), Cedro Macho (Nicaragua), Guapinol (Nicaragua), Nanciton (Nicaragua)


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