Entries are being sought for schemes that highlight the most innovative building projects and architectural practices in Yorkshire for the 2010 annual RIBA Yorkshire White Rose Award
Now celebrating 24 years of best practice, the Awards consistently highlight the finest new design and architecture that the region has to offer.
Last year, Golder Associates won the Landscape Architecture Award for its restoration and enhancement of Shibden Park, Halifax. For the third year running, the Award will be presented in partnership with Landscape Institute Yorkshire Branch, sponsored, this year, by City Squared
It is anticipated that this year, with the introduction of two new categories celebrating interior design and housing, will see more entries than ever before.
Emma England, Regional Director of RIBA Yorkshire said: “By expanding the awards, to include interior design, we will create a new showcase to promote interior design projects that have previously gone unrecognised. Back in 2008, we introduced the Landscape Architecture award. This has proved hugely popular and has helped to strengthen our links with the Landscape Institute, we hope to do the same with interiors award and the BIID.”
Entries must be received by 4pm on Friday 4 June to go forward to short listing, with the winners announced at a black tie event on Friday 26 November 2010 at Sheffield City Hall.
Application forms and criteria are now available from the RIBA Yorkshire website.