Winners 2006

Savill Building

The Savill Building's gridshell roof consists of four layers of timber, which are laid out flat and manipulated into a doubly curved shell form. The magic of the building is exposed very slowly. Visitors first see the curves of the roof, before entering through a deep earth bund. The openness of the building is then revealed, the roof apparently floating above the floor-to-ceiling glass panels which lead out to the garden itself.

Furniture & Product Design

 

The very best in wood design

This year’s winners include outstanding examples of use of wood across the following categories: Bespoke, production Made and Student Designer.

Winners

Highly Commended