RSUA Design Awards 2010 - Awards, Highly Commended and Commended

20 May 2010

The Liam McCormick Building of the Year Award and Award in residential Category - House on Sketrick – Architect: Neil Darby Architect

 

Wood NI Award – Fallahogey House & Studio – Architect: McGarry-Moon Architect

 

Arts Council of NI Integrated Artworks Award – The Knockbreda Centre – Architect: Penoyre & Prasad with Todd Architects

 

Sustainable Design Award – Castle Espie Wildfowl and Wetland Visitor Centre – Architect: Solearth Ecological Architecture

 

DSD Regeneration Award – Victoria Square – Architect: BDP

 

Conservation Category

Award – St Malachy’s Church – Architect: Consarc Design Group

Highly Commended – Victorian Conservatory at Ballywalter Park – Architect: Alastair Coey Architects

Commendation – Belfast City Hall – Architect: Consarc Design Group

Commendation – Ulster Hall – Architect: Consarc Design Group

 

Residential Category

Award – House on Sketrick – Architect: Neil Darby Architect

Highly Commended – Origami House – Architect: Jane D Burnside Architects

 

Category – Under £750,000

Award – Fallahogey House & Studio – Architect: McGarry-Moon Architects

Commendation – Kevin Kahan Studio – Architect: twenty two over seven

 

Category – Between £750,000 and £3 million

Commendation – Castle Espie Wildfowl and Wetland Visitor Centre – Architect: Solearth Ecological Architecture

 

Category – Over £3 million

Award – Newry Railway Station – Architect: Robinson McIlwaine

Highly Commended – Grove Wellbeing Centre – Architect: Kennedy Fitzgerald Architects and Avanti Architects

Highly Commended – The Knockbreda Centre – Architect: Penoyre & Prasad with Todd Architects