WINNERS REVEALED: Jersey's 'best buildings and construction projects' receive awards

St Matthew’s Convent Picture: ROB CURRIE

SOME of the Island’s best buildings and construction projects have been honoured in the Jersey Design Awards.

The awards, presented recently at the Jersey Museum by the Jersey Architecture Commission, recognise the best projects, from small- to large-scale developments or extensions, as well as embracing sustainable development, interior design, landscape architecture, public art and historic buildings.

There was also an award to recognise the best design for a scheme which had not ultimately been built.

Environment Minister Jonathan Renouf said that the awards offered a showcase for local architects, designers and craftspeople to celebrate their skills, while encouraging high-quality buildings, landscapes and public art.

‘I am particularly pleased with the response to the sustainable and innovation award to help us demonstrate the contribution that good design can make in tackling the climate emergency and our wider environmental goals,’ Deputy Renouf said.

The public will have the opportunity to see all the winning work in an exhibition to be held in Jersey Museum’s Link Gallery in January.

The awards

  • Best large-scale new-build development (residential or other)

Award: The Beach, Gorey, St Martin, by Morris Architects.

Highly commended: Grand Vaux Court, St Saviour, by Michael Bravery Architect.

  • Best large-scale refurbishment or extension

Highly commended: St Matthew’s Convent, St Mary, by Waddington Architects.

Commended: Jersey Archive Extension, St Helier, by BDK Architects.

  • Best small-scale new-build development

Award: Taigh-Dubh, St Saviour, by Axis Mason Architects.

  • Best small-scale building or extension

Highly commended: La Maison de Portinfer, St Ouen, by Godel Architects.

  • The unbuilt scheme

Highly commended: Seaside Café, St Mary, by MS Planning.

  • Best refurbishment of a historic building

Award: Grève de Lecq Barracks, St Mary, by Barnes, Collie and Fischer Architects.

  • Best landscape architecture project

Award: Moignard Liberation Garden, St Lawrence, by Waddington Architects.

Highly commended: Harry’s Garden, St Saviour, by Axis Mason.

Commended: Les Quennevais School, St Brelade, by Design Team, Jersey Property Holdings.

  • Best example of innovative or sustainable design

Commended: Bottle Dash, a registered trademark product by Waddington Architects.

Award: Jersey Archive Extension, St Helier, by BDK Architects, Met Work and Chris Twinn.

  • Best artwork in the public domain

Commended: Grand Vaux Court, St Helier, by Michael Bravery Architects and artist Kerry-Jane Warner.

Commended: Hemery Row ‘Glass Kernels’, St Helier, by Waddington Architects.

  • Best interior

Award: The Porters Store, St Helier, by A-NY.

Highly commended: The Ribbon, PF+A Officer, St Helier, by PF+A Architects.

Commended: Awabi, St Helier, by A-NY.

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