The winners of the Bristol Civic Society 2021 Design Awards were Brandon Yard, the Observatory and The Vincent. Sponsored by Savills, the awards were presented to the winners at an event held in St George’s.
Each year Bristol Civic Society presents an award for an outstanding piece of work by a graduating student from the Faculty of Environment and Technology at the University of the West of England. Here is the 2018 winning project by Lewis Hill.
This year’s presentations, held in the Arnolfini theatre, attracted a crowd of over a hundred. Guest speaker Kevin McCloud from TV programme Grand Designs delivered an entertaining and thoughtful talk and presented the familiar blue plaques.
The Environmental Awards recognise developments in Bristol which make a positive contribution to the local environment. The Bristol Civic Society has selected just four awards for 2014, the lowest number since the scheme started 15 years ago.
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