Guernsey Design Awards 2022 presentation evening
Winner announcements and trophy presentations. Admission is free and anyone wishing to attend can register for tickets.
The awards, which recognise outstanding design in our built environment, attracted entries that represent a broad spectrum of building projects.
Commenting on how difficult the shortlist selection had been, Steve Powell from main sponsor Norman Piette said “The judging panel is made up of representatives from a variety of disciplines within the architectural and building industries and, though we have guidelines of what to look for in a project and how it matches the brief, we all have very different perspectives.
“Whilst this ensures that entries benefit from the broadest, and fairest range of opinions, it also means that reaching agreement isn’t easy, particularly when the standard of entries was so high. However, we now have a shortlist of 15 projects that demonstrate how well local architects rise to the challenge regardless of the size or budget of the build.”
The shortlist is split across the five categories of the awards:
Small Projects (up to 250k)
- DLM Architects – Shed Quarters
- JGA – JGA Design Studio
- Paul Langlois Architects – Crevichon
Single Residential Renovation /Extension
- CCD Architects – La Ronde Cheminée
- Paul Langlois Architects – Forest Farm
- StudiO – Field View
Residential New Build
- Lovell Ozanne – Shuruuq
- Tyrrell Dowinton Associates – La Mare
- Lovell Ozanne – La Petite Carriere
- CCD Architects – Le Vallon Farm
- DLM Architects – The Cottage
- PF&A – Japanese Fishing Pavilion (see the main picture)
- Axis Mason – Windsor House
- DLM Architects – Oak
- StudiO – Red
In addition, to the awards for the above categories there will be ‘The People’s Choice’ which is voted for by the public. Starting this year, there will also be an award dedicated to the memory of Mitch Sneddon who has been such an integral part of the awards since their inception, and who sadly passed away in December 2021.