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Winners of GAI / RIBA Architectural Ironmongery Specification Awards revealed

by Peace Chiu on Apr 14, 2015 in Architecture
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Winners of GAI / RIBA Architectural Ironmongery Specification Awards announced

Winners of GAI / RIBA Architectural Ironmongery Specification Awards announced

Winners of the bi-annual awards were recently announced at a lunch ceremony at The Oval in London

Art gallery Tate Britain has won the Winner of Winners award at the GAI / RIBA Architectural Ironmongery Specification Awards 2015, with architectural ironmongers Allgood and architect Caruso St John jointly scooping the top prize.

Hailing from Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Velodrome project, by architectural ironmongers Tung Fat Ho Building Material and architect P&T Architects & Engineers, took home the International category award.

The Hong Kong Velodrome project, by architectural ironmongers Tung Fat Ho Building Material and architect P&T Architects & Engineers, took home the International category award

The Hong Kong Velodrome project, by architectural ironmongers Tung Fat Ho Building Material and architect P&T Architects & Engineers, took home the International category award

Check out the project in the video below:

Tung Fat Ho Building Material Limited (TFH) is genuinely honored to be the winner of 2014/15 RIBA/GAI Specification…

Posted by Tung Fat Ho Building Material Ltd 同發號建築材料有限公司 on Thursday, 26 March 2015

Organised by the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) with the support of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), the bi-annual awards recognise design excellence in architectural ironmongery specification projects and are awarded to the whole specification team of architect and architectural ironmonger, highlighting the importance of the partnership between these two professional disciplines.

According to GAI's website, the final winners are all projects where the architectural ironmongery is not only visually attractive and enhances security, accessibility and safety of the building, but also adds to the building's functionality.

The full list of winners are as below:

Winner of Winners
Project: Tate Britain
Architectural ironmongers: Allgood
Architect: Caruso St John Architects

Category – Commercial
Project: Tate Britain
Architectural ironmongers: Allgood
Architect: Caruso St John Architects

Category – Hospitality/Residential
Project: Henry Moore Court
Architectural ironmongers: Izé
Architect: Hamilton Architects

Category – Education
Project: Harris Academy
Architectural ironmongers: LeaderflushShapland Laidlaw
Architect: Aedas

Category – Health
Project – The Royal Star & Garter
Architectural ironmongers: Allgood
Architect: Scurr Architects

Category – International
Project: Indoor Velodrome/Sports Centre, Hong Kong
Architectural ironmongers: Tung Fat Ho Building Material
Architect: P&T Architects & Engineers

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