White Design sees awards as a valuable source of external endorsement of our work and we are particularly pleased when a client or building user suggests entering an award.
We prefer to enter awards which embrace a wide interpretation of sustainability - social, economic and environmental - and which recognise ethical standards in business practice. Wherever possible, we favour awards procedures which take into account the views and satisfaction levels of building users, with assessment panels and juries drawn from a wide range of professional and public life.
Here we show a selection of White Design’s award-winning projects.
Cors Dyfi Nature Observatory, Powys, 2015
National Lottery Award for 'Best Environment Project'
LILAC, Bramley Leeds, 2013
Build It Award. Winner in 'Best Community or Group Self Build Initiative' category.
Leeds Architecture Awards. Commendation in 'Landscape' category.
Leeds Architecture Awards. Commendation in 'Young persons Review for a New Building 2013' category.
Placemaking Awards. Finalist in 'Sustainability' Category
Constructing Excellence. Winner of 'Sustainability Legacy Award'.
The Nucleus, Hayesfiled Girls' School, Bath 2012
LABC (Local Authority Building Control) Design Quality Awards 2012: Winner for the Public/Commercial Category
Green Energy Award 2013 Winner for 'Best Energy Efficiency'
Triodos Bank, Bristol, 2012
South West Business Insider Property Awards: Winner of the 'Best Commercial Work Place' for 2012
Oxford Academy, Oxfordshire, 2012
The Oxford Preservation Trust Award: Winner for the 'New Building' Category for 2012
Re-Habit House, 220 Easton Road, Bristol, 2012
Bristol's LABC (Local Authority Building Control) Building Excellence Awards 2012: Winner for the Best Sustainable Project Category
West of England LABC (Local Authority Building Control) Building Excellence Awards 2012: Winner for the Best Technical Innovation Category
St Katherine's Hospitality and Catering Facility, North Somerset, 2011
LABC (Local Authority Building Control) Building Excellence Awards 2011: Winner of the Regional Award. Shorlisted for the National Award.
John Ferneley College, Leicestershire, 2010
ProCon Awards (Property & Construction) Awards - Winner of ʻBuilding of the Yearʼ
Oakham Primary School, Rutland, 2011
ProCon Awards (Property & Construction) Awards - Winner of ‘Sustainable Development of the Year’
Rogiet Primary School, Monmouthshire, 2010
BREEAM Award UK 2010: Winner of Schools category; highest BREEAM score (78.18%) for an education project
BREEAM Award Wales 2010: Highest score of all building types in 2009 in Wales
Constructing Excellence - Wales - Shortlisted for 'Sustainability' category
Constructing Excellence - Wales - Shortlisted for 'Project of the Year' category
Dartington Primary School & Nursery, Devon, 2010
LABC (Local Authority Building Control) South West Awards - Finalist for 'Best Sustainable Development' Category
LABC SW Awards - Winner of 'Best Education Development in the SW' Category
LABC South West Awards - Shortlisted for the UK final
RIBA South West Town & Country - Shortlisted for the 'Sustainability' Category
Forum for the Built Environment - Winner ʻBuilding of the Yearʼ
Stanpit Marsh Visitor Centre, Dorset, 2009
International Green Apple Awards: Gold Winner for the 'Support Services' Category
LABC (Local Authority Building Control) South West Awards - Winner of the Sustainable Development Award
Knowle West Media Centre, Bristol, 2008
International Green Apple Awards, South Region: Winner of the Silver Award
RICS South West Region: Winner of the 'Community Achievement' Category
Bordeaux Quay Brasserie and Cookery School, Bristol, 2008
South West Built Environment Awards (CIOB): Winner of the 'Client of the Year' Award
Torfaen Eco building, South Wales, 2008
The Civic Trust Awards: Mention
Dalby Forest visitor centre, North Yorkshire, 2007
Prime Minister’s Better Public Building Award: Winner
RICS Pro-Yorkshire Award
City of York Council “Eco Depot”, 2007
ICE Yorkshire and Humber Awards: Highly Commended
International Green Apple Awards: Gold Winner for the 'New Build Municipal' Category
Kingsmead Primary School, Cheshire, 2005
British Construction Industry Awards: Winner of the 'Best Practice' Award
Quality in Construction Awards: Winner of the 'Small Project of the Year' Award
Studios, University of the West of England, Bristol, 2002
Special Award for colour installation; Royal Fine Art Commission Trust's Building of the Year Award 2004