Brick Awards 2017

The 2017 Brick Awards are nearly upon us and NRTaylor are delighted to announce that four shortlisted projects have all been supplied by NRTaylor!

The Music Box featuring white glazed bricks laid in Flemish bond but using linear bricks is nominated for Best Education Building. Morelands Primary School is also battling for first place in this prestigious event.

West Croydon Bus Station, also features linear bricks, but this time from the UK’s very own Birtley factory. This project is nominated for awards in Best Pubic Building and Best Outdoor Space.

We sincerely hope that our shortlisted projects are successful in their categories. It is quite an achievement to get this far and should prove to be an interesting evening.

Eastbourne College

Miller Bourne architects Hove were instructed to build a new sports hall, pavilion, dining room and classroom block at Eastbourne College. Built to celebrate them being open for 150 years and known as Project 150 the project is a testament to modern design and construction using traditional materials. A previous Miller Bourne partner had attended…

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Glazed Bricks at 40 Beak Street – Damien Hirst’s new London Studio and Sticks’N’Sushi new restaurant

This Glazed Brick project at Beak Street in Soho is the BDA Double Award Nominated project by Stiff and Trevillion. Nominated in the categories for Best Commercial and Best Craftmanship. The Glazed Brick team at NRTaylor are looking forward to hearing the results on the 8th of November 2018. The Design 40 Beak Street is…

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