Turner’s House won two accolades at the Civic Voice Design Awards

Turner’s House have come first in The People’s Award and Highly Commended in the Historic Buildings category.

The Civic Voice Design Awards are the people’s choice for architecture and the built environment. Unique in England, the awards are a national celebration of well-designed new build, heritage and public realm projects nominated by local community organisations. What makes the awards different from other industry awards is that they recognise those buildings, places and spaces that are loved by local people, for both their high quality design and positive impact on the local community.

“The Civic Voice Design Awards are a wonderful opportunity for local communities up and down the country to nominate local buildings and designers for recognition. These awards show that people are willing to welcome the new developments we need when they have been properly consulted and involved and where the quality of design has been of the highest standard.“ Griff Rhys Jones, President of Civic Voice.

“I’m thrilled to be chairing the Civic Voice Design Awards once again. It is great to hear the community stories behind the nominated projects and to see architecture and urban design having a tangible positive impact on the lives of people throughout the country. The judges look forward to reading the submissions.” Max Farrell, Chair of Judging Panel.

Read here for more coverage  https://www.civicvoicedesignawards.com/2018-shortlist and https://www.richmondandtwickenhamtimes.co.uk/news/16352930.turners-house-wins-two-more-accolades-in-civic-voice-awards/


July 14, 2018