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WAN Adaptive Reuse Award 2014

United Kingdom Architecture News - Oct 10, 2014 - 15:09   3186 views

WAN Awards is delighted to introduce the judging panel for the 3rd WAN Adaptive Reuse Award 2014

John Assael                                    Jonathan McDowell                         Sandy Wright


Reviewing this year's projects will be:

John Assael, Founder of Assael Architecture
With a particular interest in designing mixed-use schemes in urban areas, John is former Chair of the RIBA Journal and has previously sat on the panel for the RIBA Regional Awards.

Jonathan McDowell, McDowell + Benedetti
Establishing Jonathan McDowell Architects in 1991 Jonathan has since then completed a wide range of projects including some in association with Renato Benedetti, Forming McDowell + Benedetti in 1996. Jonathan is also a visiting critic and occasional lecturer at several schools of architecture.

Sandy Wright
Sandy studied at the Mackintosh School of Architecture where he was taught by Isi Metzstein, whom he later worked for at Gillespie Kidd & Coia. Sandy has lectured and reviewed work at over 20 schools of architecture. He was a visiting critic at the Mackintosh School and a Visiting Professor at Newcastle University.
This years' panel is both experienced in and passionate about the benefits of breathing new life into existing structures. So if your firm has recently completed an adaptive reuse project, enter this progressive award now and gain worldwide acclaim for your innovative reuse of a tired building.
The WAN AWARDs are regularly used by developers and clients looking for architects who have original ideas and the Adaptive Reuse category is a particularly hot sector, simply entering a project will gain wider recognition for your firm. Shortlisted and winning projects will ensure that your practice is known as a leader in this field.

The closing date to enter the WAN Adaptive Reuse Award is the 31 October 2014.

For further information about our awards and details on how to enter, contact Francesca Maw on or call +44 (0)1273 201 109.

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