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Supreme award

From the collection of Brick Award winners, the judges select the project that is most impressive in a broad range of criteria. The Supreme Award is the final award made of the ceremony and represents the most coveted of accolades in this annual competition.

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LAST YEAR’S WINNER

Newport Street Gallery was designed by Caruso St John Architects. Grangewood Brickwork Services Ltd acted as brickwork contractor and used bespoke bricks manufactured by Northcot Brick.

‘In converting and extending the Victorian workshops (originally used for the production of theatre sets) the architect has developed a wonderfully subtle combination of urban street-making, place-making for art and the crafting of contemporary additions. There is a quiet and discreet confidence to this project, skill that might at first be overlooked, but on closer inspection becomes evident through the attention to composition, to detail and to the crafting of the beautifully sculpted brick stair voids. It is a pleasure to encounter such restrained architectural craft: all too rare in this time of ‘look-at-me’ public architecture. This project quite rightly melds into the historic warehouse street but at the same time, this private gallery is a gift to the public.'

WINCANTON PLC

This year the Supreme Award is sponsored by Wincanton plc.

Wincanton is the largest British logistics firm, providing supply chain consultancy and solutions to some of the world’s most admired brands. We employ approximately 17,500 people across more than 200 sites and have a 3,600-strong fleet of vehicles.

When it comes to transport and distribution services to the UK construction sector there is no one larger or more capable of delivering than us. This scale has been achieved through consistently achieving measurable cost savings to our many construction customers, supported through our network of 45 depots across the country delivering over half a million loads to construction sites every single year.

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