Guildford Design Awards Winners 2021

29 November 2021

Winners Announced for the 2021 competition.

On the 1st December 2021 the Mayor of Guildford Marsha Moseley presented the Guildford Design Awards 2021.  This award is run jointly by the Guildford Borough Council and The Guildford Society. The award celebrates good building Design and Public Art completed in the borough over the last 12 months.

The event was introduced by Ian Doyle Service Delivery Director Guildford Borough Council and the master of ceremonies was Peter Coleman RIBA Chair of the Judging Panel.

Awards ranged from across Commercial Offices, Housing Schemes, Individual Homes and Public Art. Pictures of the winners are at the foot of this item, click to expand to full size on the screen.

Videos of the Winners

There are short videoed interviews, made on site, with each Winning Architect (and in some cases the Owners) available using the link provided on each property.  

An introductory video by Peter Coleman chair of the Judging Panel

The Winning Entries for 2021 are:

1.COMMERCIAL BUILDING:

255 Guildford High Street

Architect: dn-a architecture

2. NEW PUBLIC BUILDING:

Hilltop New Science Centre, RHS Wisley

Architect: Wilkinson Eyre

3.COMMUNITY PUBLIC BUILDING

Millmead, Guildford Baptist Church

Architect: Re-Format

4. INDIVIDUAL HOUSE SELF BUILD:

19 Abbot Road, Guildford

Architect: WW Studio

5. INDIVIDUAL HOUSE

Holly Blue House, The Mount, Guildford

 Architect: Peter Huf

6. MULTIPLE HOUSING UP TO 30: Design Commendation

41 Down Road, Guildford

Architect: Felix Lewis Architects

7. MULTIPLE HOUSING ABOVE 30:

Scape Student Living , Walnut Tree Close, Guildford, 

Architect: Stephen Marshall (Urbanism)

Interior Designer: AB Rogers

8. PRIVATE HOUSE CONSERVATION PROJECT:

Sayers, Shere

Architect: Lytle Associates

9. PUBLIC CONSERVATION PROJECT:

North West Restrooms, West Horsley Place

Designer /Architect: Goddard Partnership Limited & David Lloyd Jones

Associates

10. SMALL REGENERATION PROJECT :

Thorner Cottage, Pirbright,

Architect: Atelier db Architects

11. LARGE REGENERATION PROJECT:

255 Guildford High Street

Architect: dn-a architecture

12. PUBLIC REALM:

Three Garden Spaces, Hilltop Science Centre, RHS Wisley

Architect: Wilkinson Eyre

Landscape /Garden designers:

Matt Keightley, Rosebank Landscapes- Well Being Garden.

Ann- Marie Powell Gardens- World Food and Wildlife Gardens

13. PUBLIC ART:

Optohedron, Newlands Corner,

Sculptor: Will Nash

Client: Surrey Hills Arts

Our Sponsors.

The Guildford Society and Guildford Borough Council thank the following companies in the Planning, Architecture and Development Community, who recognising the importance of good design, have generously donated, alongside the Council and The Society, to support the Guildford Design Awards. 

Ash Contracting Limited Building Contractors - ashltd.biz

C7 Architects Architects - c7architects.com

Draffin Associates Environmental, Landscape & Urban Design Consultants - draffinassoc.co.uk

Hill Clements Estate Agents -  hillclements.com

Knight Frank Estate Agents - knightfrank.co.uk

Michael Edwards Company Project Management Quantity Surveying -  meaconsult.co.uk

Motion Consultants Transport, Infrastructure and Drainage Design Consultancy    - motion.co.uk

Lytle Associates Architects - lytle-associates.com

Runnymede Homes Housing Developer - runnymedehomes.co.uk

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