UK-based projects that create or contribute significantly to an outdoor space may be entered into this category. Examples of outdoor space may include: hard landscape design, extensions, sculptural design features, gardens and leisure facilities.

To be eligible, projects must have been completed within the last two years, and substantially use BDA-member bricks.

Last year’s winning project was commended for its robust and interesting take on the merging of building and landscape elements.

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This year the Outdoor Award is sponsored by Northcot Brick.

Brick is the home of master brickmaking. With a wealth of experience, stretching back nearly a century, Northcot combines traditional bench mould techniques with innovation and service tomanufacture a huge range of handmade, wirecut, reclaim and special blends.
Known for its specialist brick-matching and bespoking skills, Northcot is committed to producing high quality, characterful brickwork that offers architects wider possibilities in creative design.
Twice winner of the BDA ‘Supreme Award’ for the Newport Street Gallery, and Manchester’s Whitworth, Northcot is the major brick supplier to Battersea Power Station.