Nominated for 2 categories in the 2014 Brick Awards

Baca director, Robert Barker, has received two shortlists for his own house, Forest Mews. Not only did the judges recognise the scheme in the best housing development category but they also recognised the complexity of building the delicate brick piers and shortlisted the scheme for the Innovative use of Brick and Clay Products. If you think it is worthy of winning the Architect’s choice award, please cast your vote here:

http://www.brick.org.uk/best-housing-development-1-5-units/

http://www.brick.org.uk/innovative-use-of-brick-and-clay-products/

brick award 2014

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One Response to Nominated for 2 categories in the 2014 Brick Awards

  1. archworm says:

    Reblogged this on ArchWorm and commented:
    After the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre at the London School of Economics, Forest Mews is a building which takes the use of brick and clay one step further by applying these materials in a complex building form. This proves that innovation doesn’t come only from technological advances but that is also the result of an strong and inspiring conceptual aspect.

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