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Wood Awards Ireland 2022 – Deadline Extended to 25 October 2022
Wood Awards Ireland 2022 is open to Registered Architects, engineers, designers, woodworkers, third level students, researchers, working in Ireland – north and south – or overseas who incorporate wood as the inherent medium in submitted projects.
WAI is a collaboration between Forest Industries Ireland and the RIAI, and supported by the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Enterprise Ireland, Rotary Ireland and the Society of Irish Foresters. The presented awards are designed by Michael Warren, Ireland's leading sculptor and Honorary RIAI Member.
Entries are accepted in following categories:
- Large-scale public and private buildings.
- Small-scale private buildings.
- International award – best overseas project.
- Restoration and conservation.
- Furniture – both bespoke and production.
- Innovation – functional and non-functional including local projects in processing, craft, research and sculpture.
The closing date for entries is 25 October 2022. Download Information and application form for Wood Awards Ireland 2022.
If you require any information, please don't hesitate to contact Donal Magner, M: 086 2607883.
Image: Wood Awards 2020, Winner Large-Scale Buildings, Sandford Park, O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects
Eligible projects need to be completed during the period 1 August 2019 and 12 August 2022. Construction projects must be in compliance with the Building Regulations. As WAI is an all-Ireland event, entries accepted for construction projects only from MRIAI or RSUA members. Timber used must be sourced in sustainably managed forests and conform to the EU Timber Regulation (No 995/2010).
Image: Wood Awards 2020, Winner Small-Scale Buildings, Pavilion House, Robert Bourke Architects