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Introduction Judges Galvanizing in Architecture Winner Sustainable Award Winner Galvanizing in Engineering Winner Galvanizing in Detail Winners Duplex Award Winner Innovation Award Winner Short Listed Entries Credits



I always look forward to judging the Galvanzing Awards, as I’ve found, from one year to the next, that you are never quite sure what it is you are going to be asked to judge. The generic and broad ranging nature of the categories and the applications means that a wide variety of projects can be received, and sometimes the most incongruous projects can end up being directly compared. I’ll put my hands up and admit that we have moved a project from one category to another. Such activities frequently elicit strong words and opinions, and unusually for a judging event, a great deal of humour. But they are all arguments that force us to get to the core of a particular project, and to probe its essential qualities. This year has been no different. Together with Iqbal Johal of Galvanizers Association, engineer Phil Williams of IstructE, John Parker director at architects ABK and winner of the ‘Sustainable’ and ‘Overall winner’ awards last year, we spent a day poring over the various submissions, shifting a few projects around, and trying to get to the heart of each project, and ultimately down to the seven winners today. And yes, there has been more shenanigans. Our indecisiveness led us to create a new category ‘innovation’, and awarded it to a simple portable agricultural building that has every possibility to double up as stand at a show/ a mobile event space/ a field hospital - potential functions beyond its assigned use, that made it worthy of singling out. And we have joint winners in the ‘Architecture in Detail’ category a school identity strategy in the middle of Birmingham and an observatory in the middle of nowhere.

Both projects were highly specific and crafted, and both had, to their ultimate benefit, individual merits that defied direct comparison and therefore direct judgement. And we like to recognise the unsung. Despite a small budget, Barr Technical Services have brought a clean engineering rigour to their Colchester Community Stadium, moving the goalposts of the shed typology. And while galvanizing has never had a problem with air, it’s finally being dragged into the light. Some big hitters in the architectural world, such as Tony Fretton, and Bucholz McEvoy are joining the likes of Foster+Partners, incorporating galvanizing into their projects in increasingly imaginative, and more importantly, sustainable ways - giving its characteristically understated patina a bit of a buff. The winner of this year’s galvanizing in Architecture award, the St Marylebone School in London, by Gumuchdjian Architects is a veritable Fabergé egg of a project, adopting a robust aesthetic that accepts galvanizing as an intrinsic part of the design, revolutionises how the site works and creates good architecture beyond argument. It’s good for galvanizing to be associated with this level of work, and if we can ever stop bickering and come to an agreement, hopefully it’s something we’ll be seeing more of in 2010. Jan-Carlos Kucharek

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John Parker ABK Architects

Iqbal Johal Galvanizers Association

Jan-Carlos Kucharek RIBA Journal

Phil Williams The Institutioin of Structural Engineers


Galvanizing in Architecture Winner

Gumuchdjian Architects St. Marylebone School

The existing ‘inner city’ state school catered for 900 girls with less than 5% of required outdoor space. It had no dedicated gym, refectory and virtually no accessibility for the disabled. The school wanted to use sport, dance, drama, art and music as essential components in drawing the individuality and talent out of their students. Gumuchdjian Architects were set this difficult task within a very small exiting footprint. The obvious solution of creating a volume of space that could be used as a possible gymnasium and dance studio had to

overcome some major logistical problems. Being located in a conservation area adjacent to expensive sites meant that expansion upwards and sideways was very limited. The clever design solution was to locate the new building beneath the playground with the Art and Music Departments above ground in a building scaled to its historic context. The underground structure needed to retain buildings on three sides and keep the water out that sits half way up its sides. The underground facility had to be bright, fresh and open to the elements -

an apparent contradiction for a basement. Materials used throughout the project were lightweight and industrial but detailed to give the impression of a highly bespoke piece of architecture.



Sustainable Award Winner Bucholz McEvoy Architects Elmpark Green Urban Quarter

This project offers the possibility of a new type of urban environment in Dublin. It is a large functionally diverse ensemble of elements integrated harmoniously within its urban landscape. The urban quarter took 4 years to complete at a cost of 310 million euros. It comprises of a hospital, hotel, offices, apartments, a leisure centre, restaurant and seven acres of public garden. Orientation of buildings along a north south axis provides maximum constant daylight and open views of the nearby mountains and the sea. Through orientation of the buildings, employment

of the faรงade and building fabric as replacements for mechanical ventilation has resulted in an overall energy footprint of just 20% of Electricity Supply Board estimates. Electricity is generated on-site and hot water supplied to apartments as a by-product. The palette of materials used also plays a major role within the sustainable context of the project with timber and galvanized steel making a vital contribution.



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Galvanizing in Engineering Winner Barr Technical Services Colchester Community Stadium

The Colchester Community Stadium, constructed in a prominent location adjacent to the A12 on the northern outskirts of Colchester, is an all-seater football stadium, the home of Colchester United. The stadium has a capacity of 10,000, with potential to increase this to 18,000. The project was largely paid for by Colchester Borough Council, with additional grants from the Football Foundation, the Communities and Local Government and the East of England Development Agency.

The site contains more than 600 parking spaces and two synthetic surface football pitches, for use by the Colchester United Community Sports Trust. The complex also encompasses a variety of sporting, leisure and business facilities, including hospitality suites. The decision to use a simple four stand design principle helped keep costs down and this ethic was further enhanced by the extensive use of galvanized steel throughout the project.


Galvanizing in Detail Joint Winner Charles Barclay Architects Kielder Observatory

Charles Barclay Architects won an international competition to build an astronomical observatory at Kielder Water and Forest Park, Northumberland. Located in the wild landscape close to the border with Scotland, the area is perfect for siting an observatory as it has the lowest level of light pollution in England. The design brief called for an inexpensive building suitable to house two telescopes and a warm room, primarily intended for amateurs and outreach work but also suitable for scientific research. The telescopes have concrete-filled tubular galvanized steel columns as their mounts, entirely separate from the timber structure to ensure they are vibration-free.

The traditional domed form of the telescope enclosures was rejected to take advantage of the self-transforming possibilities of rotating architecture. The observatory accommodation was arranged sequentially as a series of event spaces, creating a ‘promenade architecturale’ and the possibility of having a number of separate groups on the observatory at the same time.


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Galvanizing in Detail Joint Winner

Ian Moran-Artist Blacksmith Springhill/Hockley Sculptures

The sculptures are a result of working with five primary schools in the Springhill/ Hockley area of Birmingham initiated by Birmingham City Council with Urban Living Funding. The aim of the project was to inspire the children, educate them about their local history and heritage, building a greater Community cohesion through working with a variety of schools. Although there are five separate sculptures at the moment, they can be relocated together as 25 frames in any number of interesting configurations. The frame solution came from collaborative work with some of the children.

The use of galvanizing was an integral part of the project using its crystalline appearance to enhance the detail of the sculptures and to give them uniformity. The galvanized finish also enabled an extra dimension to be added to some of the elements by polishing, gilding and decorative welding. One of the objectives of the sculptures was to relate them back to the myriad of associated metalworking trades prevalent in the area.


Duplex Award Winner

Tony Fretton Architects Vassall Road Housing and Medical Centre

Tony Fretton Architects has completed this hybrid development located on the corner of Holland Grove and Vassall Road in Lambeth, South London. The 1490m² building comprises of ten apartments and a medical centre, which occupies the entire ground floor. The new three and four-storey development replaces a derelict pub, which originally served residents of the surrounding housing estate. The building is designed to mitigate the disparity between the 1960’s brick social housing which has been retrofitted with plastic framed windows and pitched roofs and the dignified arrangement of eighteenth century suburban villas opposite.

The design of the building presents itself as a formal terrace within a galvanized railed garden consisting of the doctors’ surgery as a base, a row of seven maisonettes and three single-storey flats arranged in a tower configuration on the corner of the development. Windows and balconies at the first floor are a response at a smaller scale to the villas opposite. The galvanized steel and the red brick facades have been painted to simulate the aged quality of the locale.

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Innovation Award Winner

Roundhouse Building Solutions The Roundhouse

Agricultural buildings have barely changed since the development of the portal frame over 50 years ago, their monolithic structures having striking similarities with warehouses in the urban environment. The design of an agricultural building that provides natural ventilation without significantly increasing the cost of the building was considered to be the Holy Grail of agricultural design. The Roundhouse was a eureka moment with the realisation that a round building would naturally aspirate like a chimney. The Roundhouse has been designed in conjunction with Newcastle University

and Arups, using tensile fabric technology for the roof. More usually associated with architectural feature roofs, this technology would have prohibitive costs for one off projects in agriculture. One of the challenges facing the designers was to find ways of reducing the manufacturing and construction costs in order to compensate for the more expensive roof covering. By careful engineering, the final design concept results in a light yet stable structure. Galvanizing was a natural choice to increase the buildings longevity and give clean light reflecting lines.



Short Listed Entries

Electric Empire Alan Camp Architects

Rise Andy Scott Public Art

River Spirit Andy Scott Public Art

Stride Andy Scott Public Art

The development provides 28 residential units, a mixture of affordable and private flats. It is on the site of the former Electric Empire cinema and within the designated Hatcham Conservation Area. The new development comprises 3 separate buildings which extend to between 3 and 5 storeys. As well as residential, the development also accommodates a new restaurant/café fronting New Cross Road and new office space. The courtyard area retains an important link to the historical use of the site as a horse dealing business. The galvanized finish compliments the zinc building façade and open access galvanized walkways lead from the courtyard access tower, contributing to an overlooked secure internal courtyard.

This 6.5 metre tall, majestically spiralling figurative sculpture is sited at the new Glasgow Harbour development beside the River Clyde. Made of thousands of pieces of welded steel plates which were then galvanized, create a strong sense of place within the new urban realm of the riverside. Her blade-like wings are provocative of the propellers of the great ships which were once constructed and launched here from the River Clyde.

This artwork has been adopted as a very successful landmark by the local communities surrounding the roundabout at Collylands, near Alloa in Clackmannanshire. At almost 6 metres high, the sculpture combines themes of nature and the local area in a figurative composition. The female figure evolves from a tree like structure and she holds a profile of the nearby River Forth out towards the Ochil Hills which she faces. This is intended to evoke the notion of “earth & water” and was joined by a partner sculpture in 2008.

A partner sculpture to the Collylands ‘River Spirit’, this sculpture is sited on a roundabout near Alloa in central Scotland and was the third sculpture to be commissioned for the area. It stands over 4 metres tall and is made of a welded steel mosaic. The figure strides purposefully towards the nearby Ochil Hills and has the Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle as a backdrop.

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Bankton Primary School, Livingston Arcade Architects

Russel Place Arcade Architects

House in Bowling ataSTUDIO

Cardiff MSCP Base Structures

Bankton Primary School was built in 1980. The existing single storey accommodation was too small for a 2 stream school and required an extension to provide new facilities for 40 children. The addition of a new sports hall and nursery has been designed from the children’s point of view with a direct connection to the playground to allow free movement within the school. The two interlinked rooms are triangular in plan, under a single mono-pitch roof. The long edge of the Nursery room is designed with a permeable screen oriented to the east, creating a close child-scale relationship with the playground outside, using cills, platforms and low level windows.

A new extension to an existing Listed Victorian villa in a Conservation Area in North Edinburgh is a replacement for an existing sun room and provides a new south facing dining / family room and utility room. Designed to complement the traditional stone villa, the extension has been conceived as a series of glazed timber screens under a canopy roof supported on a lightweight galvanized steel structure, set between the villa and the solid timber ‘box’ of the existing garage. The latter has been stripped back and clad in matching cedar to incorporate it into the composition. Large sliding doors allow the new rooms to open directly to the canopied deck and sunny courtyard outside.

With spectacular views over the Clyde Estuary, a new “glass box” extension and garden terrace complete this house, providing connection to the outside for 3 generations of the same family now living together. With limited site access and a steeply sloping garden, a galvanized steel frame has been used to create a delicate floating structure with minimal impact on the ground. From both inside the dining kitchen and on the terrace, views are maximised through a radial steel handrail with each fin angled to a central focal point. Delicate guttering in folded galvanized steel is used as a permanent solution to replace the worn lead valley and gutter. This enhances the durability of the roof and ties into the general framework of the extension.

The client required a functional yet dramatic façade that would showcase the new development and help to promote Cardiff Bay. The waved tensile fabric effect together with the changing white and blue glow illumination certainly provides the cutting edge structure they were looking for and has been dubbed the “Coolest Car Park in Cardiff”. There is a series of 6 scalloped tensile fabric facades spanning the width of the building 120m long with integral DALI lighting systems. These are programmed to change colour and can create a rippling light show along the fabric. All the support steelwork for the façade is galvanized to provide protection. It also creates a stylish industrial finish to the structure that is in keeping with the building.


Short Listed Entries

Abito 2 BDP

Fitzpatrick HQ, Hertfordshire Black Architecture

Albert Street, London Burd Haward

Aston-under-Lyne Phase 4 Denovo Design

Situated in a waterfront location on the site of a former dock warehouse and rising 50 meters, Salford Quays Abito commands stunning views of the Lowry and the ‘Theatre of Dreams’ (MUFC), ensuring the building is a landmark on the southern edge of Salford Quays. The balconies to the north and south elevations serve as an extension to the studio apartments. Constructed in galvanised steel and literally clipped to the curtain walling, the balconies continue with the underlying industrial theme found throughout the building. The balconies to the east and west elevations stagger in time with the roof line and at 2/3 width are still generously sized.

Black’s scheme takes advantage of the brownfield site setting to orientate the building to allow passive solar control to the south elevation and glare control to east and west facing offices. FSC sourced timber brise soleil louvres are supplemented with highly visible laminated photo voltaic panels fixed to a galvanized steel structure to provide shading and animation to the façade. The galvanized structure echoes the form and rhythm of the surrounding woodland context. It acts as a threshold to the building and provides a sense of enclosure to the intimate courtyard entrance.

This two storey glazed extension to an existing Grade II listed Georgian terrace in Camden, north London comprises a workshop at basement level and a dining room at ground floor. A new terrace and stepped planters are cut into the garden at basement level to maximise natural light to the workshop. The courtyard is crossed by a light-weight galvanized steel bridge which connects the house to the garden. A limited palette of materials is used throughout glass, Douglas fir and galvanized ‘weldmesh’ grating. These are all carefully detailed to articulate the character of the new extension from the original house. A new juliette balcony in galvanized weldmesh grating looks into the dining room at first floor level - a robust, surprising and delicate use of the material.

Appointed by West Pennine Housing Association following a limited competition to design a sustainable infill housing development, 43 family houses and bungalows have been built in the West End area of Ashton-under-Lyne. Denovo Design had specified individual elements in galvanized steel externally on developments in the past - and were pleased with their long-term performance. With the Ashton project, the practice elected to have as many components as possible galvanized and to make this part of the scheme’s aesthetic.

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The Media Wall Hakes Associates

Highfields Automotive and Engineering Training Centre Hawkins\Brown

The Hearing for Life Centre Healthcare Design Partnership

Altnagelvin Area Hospital New South Wing HLM Architects

Hakes Associates Architects and Price & Myers were appointed by Land Securities to design an art hoarding and digital media display as part of the redevelopment of the St John’s Shopping centre, Liverpool. The brief was to clad over and hide the Lime Street car park elevation of the shopping centre and create a bold sculptural statement. The media wall is made up of a number of separate elements; a 31m x 7m high LED media screen, undulating fabric and a galvanized steel support structure. It stretches over 90m across the façade of St John’s shopping centre and car park.

Highfields Training Centre was designed by Hawkins\Brown Architects for Castle College in Nottingham and consists of a workshop and supporting learning accommodation for training in automotive engineering with an emphasis on sustainable technologies. The large volumes of the workshop wings are clad in finely ribbed silver composite panels and are supported by rows of smooth, circular concrete columns. Between the wings, a raised deck allows vehicle access to the workshops, creating a dramatic external space suitable for external working during warmer months. The robust galvanized steel structure includes a ramp from low level and steel grille infill panels forming the deck.

Healthcare Design Partnership worked with The Ear Trust Charity to develop a state of the art Listening for Life Centre in Bradford, West Yorkshire. Galvanized steel was chosen as part of the palette of materials from several influencing factors. Given the situation of the building on a corner plot of the BRI it was thought appropriate to use materials in sympathy with the local vernacular. Natural finishes with patina of aging has been achieved through the use of galvanized steel in the large balcony area, balustrades and canopies.

Altnagelvin Hospital was the first hospital built in the United Kingdom after the Second World War and was completed in 1960. It is situated in a picturesque part of the Waterside area of Derry City and the main hospital tower is the tallest building in Londonderry. A constructivist style main canopy helps denote the main entrance and provides some shelter from the elements for pedestrian traffic approaching the main entrance. The canopy is fabricated from galvanized mild steel “I” sections finished with a high performance spray applied marine grade paint finish due to the exposed nature of the elevated site.


Short Listed Entries

Medway Innovation Centre Kier South East

Regional Cultural Centre, County Donegal MacGabhann Architects

Seisseadh Ui Neill National School MacGabhann Architects

Carrochan Page \ Park

The Innovation Centre Medway (ICM) provides state-of-the-art facilities for start-up technology companies. It is a partnership venture bringing together Medway Council, BAE Systems, the Universities of Kent and Greenwich and the Royal Bank of Scotland. The reason for galvanizing the external staircase at the ICM Building was mainly due to its exposed location at the top of Blue Hill in Rochester. Secondly, the colour and texture of the galvanized coat fitted in well with the colour scheme and design of the build.

The location of the building required a special approach to its form and its faรงade. As it is not located on a street edge there was a chance to create a new layer of urban structure, i.e. a new footpath connecting the two existing roads and giving Letterkenny not only a new building but a new patch of urban infrastructure.

The brief was to provide 5 new classrooms and a multipurpose room for an existing school in Ballybofey, Co.Donegal. The existing school follows the typical 20th century Irish school model, which can be found in almost every town around the country: the surrounding flat-roof circulation areas allowing clerestory natural lighting into the high-ceilinged classrooms.

The building is the new headquarters for the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park Authority. The project brief was to provide the Authority with a building that sat easily in the landscape, respected its environment, and was built from local sustainable materials. The components of the frame are connected by means of steel flitch plates and dowels marrying the warmth of the timber with the lean aesthetic and economy of metal connections. As the timber is green Douglas Fir, galvanized components were chosen to provide the necessary corrosion protection against the high moisture content of the timber.

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Ringside Court Project 35 Architects

St John Fisher School, Peterborough Ramboll

Snowdon Summit Ray Hole Architects

The Place, Sunderland Reid Jubb Brown Architecture

Located in south-east London, Ringside Court is a stunning building offering 62 affordable homes which now dominates the local skyline. The building achieves its richest expression on the east elevation, facing the flyover, where a galvanized steel and timber screen is overlaid on the access decks, turning an environmental constraint into a key design feature. The façade combines lattices of steel and timber, screens and fins, to provide a surface which is soft, complex and layered. It shields residents from the busy fly-over whilst providing articulation and visual interest to passing traffic. Together with the warmth and softness of timber, galvanized steel was a natural choice given its durability and longevity, preempting the lifetime costs and maintenance of the building: a major issue for affordable housing and a building of this scale.

St John Fisher School is the UK’s largest cross laminated timber building, but that did not mean there wasn’t a role for steel in its construction. By combining the natural beauty of timber with the functional (but no less attractive) appearance of galvanized steel, Ramboll, in conjunction with architects GSS, has designed a dramatic entrance to an intriguing project. The galvanized connections function as an eye-catching entrance into an eye-opening building. The functionality of the galvanized finish combines with the natural appearance of the timber to give a detail which is small in size but big in impact.

Winning a competition set by Snowdonia National Park Authority to design a new visitor centre on Snowdon summit meant overcoming the logistical difficulties of building on top of a mountain and the extreme weather conditions. The summit was only accessible for construction via an existing 100 year old narrow gauge railway and during the summer months of April to October. Given these restrictions, it was proposed to carry out a dry run of the construction by assembling the building in a warehouse. This enabled the design team to test and perfect the construction techniques so that there were no surprises at the summit. The entire frame was constructed from galvanized steel sections which had to be designed not only to resist harsh weather conditions but also the significant wind speed and snow loadings that the building would be subjected to.

The Place is an exciting new £6m venture, providing a state-of-the-art business and arts centre, accommodating performance space, art gallery/exhibition spaces and a range of business suites and artists’ studios. It is created from a mix of six refurbished and restored Grade II listed Georgian terrace buildings and is connected by a contemporary new build complex. Galvanized exposed steel is integral with the use of zinc as a prime cladding material and has been used extensively on the external envelope of the building. Internally, exposed galvanized steel is used to form floors, walls and ceilings and has worked well in contrasting old and new. The galvanized steel framework of the building is expressed on the south façade to provide a frame for louvres which used in the vertical plane turn to follow the path of the sun, cutting out solar gain yet maximising natural light.


Short Listed Entries

BP Oil UK Ltd Riverside Engineering Services Ltd

Yacht Haven Snashall Steel Fabrications

Apartment Building Somorjay & Talliss

The Micah Centre, Belfast Tate Stevenson Architects Ltd

The company are specialist pipework contractors and were contacted by BP Oil to carry out extensive modifications and upgrades to their oil storage facility in Hemel Hempstead. The preference was to install the pipes in galvanized steel, however as an important part of maintaining an efficient site, all pipelines have to be colour identified: all foam system pipework was coated yellow and all cooling water system pipework was coated red.

The Yacht Haven at Plymstock, Devon was a prestigious project for the sailing fraternity of Plymouth. 400 tonnes of galvanized steelwork form the foundation of the building which started in May 2008 and took just 5 weeks to complete. Situated at the mouth of the river Plym, the Yacht Haven offers good protection from the prevailing winds and is within close proximity of Plymouth Sound. This 450 berth marina can accommodate vessels up to 45m in length and 7m draught. Members of staff are on site 24hrs a day along with a 65 tonne travel hoist, undercover storage, and an extensive range of marine services can be found onsite.

Comprising one, two and three bedroom dwellings, this building is by the Thames, close to Teddington TV Studios. The first level of accommodation is raised on a podium, allowing the easy passage of river flood water beneath, as well as the creation of secure cycle and car parking in the half basement. The use of full height glazing to the main habitable rooms on the south elevation maximises the available natural daylight, as well as benign winter heat gains. The undesirable effects of summer sun are excluded by external louvres and an oversailing roof. The louvres and the roof are suspended from an external framework of galvanized mild steel. An aesthetic decision was made to leave the galvanized finish to the frame exposed, and to select the colour of the other materials to tone comfortably with the silver-grey of the zinc coating.

The development consists of classrooms, drop-in café, lounge, crèche and administrative accommodation. The double height entrance foyer can be entered from both church or exterior and leads directly into the drop-in café. Contextually, the building needs to relate to a number of different scales. Stretching between church and rectory, the centre makes use of the same polychromatic brick colours found on the church. At night the glass block screens within an expressed galvanized steel framework can be back lit as both cross and beacon for the surrounding community.

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The Bridge, Southbank Marina The Miller Partnership

Binfields Nature Trail 2009 Thrussell and Thrussell Artist Blacksmiths

Beneath the Bridges Thrussell and Thrussell Artist Blacksmiths

Opened to the public in August 2008, Southbank Marina is the flagship project for the redevelopment of Southbank, Kirkintilloch. The marina is located adjacent to the town centre on the south bank of the Forth & Clyde Canal with breathtaking views of the campsite fells to the North. The footbridge provides a link from the marina facility to the town centre over the Forth and Clyde Canal, the layout arc allowing for clearance to be achieved for the safe passage of canal traffic. The galvanized guard rail compliments the natural finishes used throughout the development and conceals over 1000 LED lights recessed into the top guard rail, down-lighting the walking surface with emphasis given to lighting the bridge and not the area in which it is located.

This Stag Beetle and Centipede were commissioned by Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council. They form part of a sculpture trail through Binfields Copse and as the path meanders through the woodland, it brings the viewer to these sculptures by surprise. The various components were welded together to form the whole insect.

This sculpture was commissioned by Saltash Gateway Community Interest Company and funded by the Tamar Bridge Committee. The sculpture was produced to celebrate the designers of the Tamar road bridge and to act as an information panel. The sculpture is sited underneath the impressive bridge with the river Tamar in the background. The sculpture itself represents a drawing board with various drawing instruments laying on a rolled back drawing of part of the bridge section with cut through lettering and design.



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Alan Camp Architects LLP

Electric Empire

Keith Collie

Andy Scott Public Art


Andy Scott Public Art

Andy Scott Public Art

River Spirit

Hanneke Scott van Wel

Andy Scott Public Art


John Lamont

Arcade Architects

Bankton Primary School

Douglas Corrance

Arcade Architects

Russel Place

Douglas Corrance


House in Bowling

Graeme Andrew

Barr Technical Services

Colchester Community Stadium

Barr Technical Services

Base Structures Ltd

Cardiff Multi Storey Car Park

James Newton


Abito 2

David Barbour

Black Architecture

Fitzpatrick HQ

Timothy Soar

Bucholz McEvoy

Elmpark Green Urban Quarter

Michael Moran

Burd Haward

Albert Street, London

Burd Haward Architects

Charles Barclay Architects

Kielder Observatory

Charles Barclay

Denovo Design

Aston-under-Lyne Phase 4

Denovo Design

Gumuchdjian Architects

St Marylebone School

Richard Davies, Morley von Sternberg

Hakes Associates

The Media Wall

Peter Carr


Highfields Automotive and Engineering Training Centre

Tim Crocker

Healthcare Design Partnership

The Hearing for Life Centre

Healthcare Design Partnership

HLM Architects

Altnagelvin Area Hospital New South Wing

Christopher Hill

Ian Moran - Artist Blacksmiths

Springhill/Hockley Sculptures

Ian Moran

Kier South East

Medway Innovation Centre

Mark Sayer

MacGabhann Architects

Regional Cultural Centre

Dennis Gilbert

MacGabhann Architects

Seisseadh Ui Neill National School

MacGabhann Architects

Page \ Park


Renzo Mazzolini

Project 35 Architects

Ringside Court

James Morris


St John Fisher School


Ray Hole Architects

Snowdon Summit

Ray Wood

Reid Jubb Brown Architecture

The Place

Colin Davison

Riverside Engineering Services Ltd

BP Oil UK Ltd

Riverside Engineering Services Ltd

Roundhouse Building Solutions

The Roundhouse

Simon Pelly

Snashall Steel Fabrications

Yacht Haven

Mike White

Somorjay & Talliss

Apartment Building

Somorjay and Talliss

Tate Stevenson Architects Ltd

The Micah Centre

Keith McAllister

The Miller Partnership

The Bridge, Southbank Marina

Paul Zanre Photography

Thrussell and Thrussell

Binfields Nature Trail

Thrussell and Thrussell

Thrussell and Thrussell

Beneath the Bridges

Thrussell and Thrussell

Tony Fretton Architects

Vassall Road Housing and Medical Centre

Peter Cook

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