ILI Awards 2018

AWARDS 2018

Another successful Awards Ceremony held recently at IAA, Dublin

The Awards ceremony took place on Thursday, 31st May in the Irish Architectural Archive (IAA) ,

45 Merrion Square, Dublin 2.   A large attendance of members, guests and friends were in attendance.

Thank you to all who made it along to the event, to those who entered the competition, to our main sponsor, Hardscape

and to our Awards administrator/event organiser, Happening Conferences & Events.

For a summary of the Awards see below

ILI 2018 – Entries & Winners

 

ENTRY NO & NAME

COMPANY

CATEGORY

AWARD

Entry 20 Lisburn Public Realm

The Paul Hogarth Company

Design – Public Realm & Green Infrastructure

Winner

Entry 18 Opening Up Port Centre, Dublin

Cunnane Stratton Reynolds

Design – Public Realm & Green Infrastructure

Highly Commended

Entry 19 Connswater Greenway

The Paul Hogarth Company

Design – Public Realm & Green Infrastructure

Commended

 

ENTRY NO & NAME

COMPANY

CATEGORY

AWARD

Entry 61 Radiotherapy Unit Altnagelvin

Stephen Diamond Associates

Design – Commercial + Institutional (Large)

Winner

Entry 70 Valley Park, Newtownabbey

Park Hood (UK) Limited

Design – Commercial + Institutional (Large)

Highly Commended

Entry 31 Altnagelvin Area Hospital, Derry

HLM Architects

Design – Commercial + Institutional (Large)

Commended

 

ENTRY NO & NAME

COMPANY

CATEGORY

AWARD

Entry 39 Clancy Quay

Mitchell & Associates

Design – Commercial + Institutional (Medium)

Winner

Entry 57 National Bank of Oman HQ

Murray & Associates

Design – Commercial + Institutional (Medium)

Commended

 

ENTRY NO & NAME

COMPANY

CATEGORY

AWARD

Entry 62 Ballymun Boiler House

Stephen Diamond Associates

Design – Commercial + Institutional (Small)

Winner

Entry 67 Clondalkin Round Tower

Dermot Foley LA

Design – Commercial + Institutional (Small)

Commended

 

ENTRY NO & NAME

COMPANY

CATEGORY

AWARD

Entry 55 Garden at Burnaby Lodge

Deirdre Prince Landscapes

Design – Residential Garden + Private Spaces

Winner

Entry 47 Garden in Cork

Bernard Seymour Landscape Architects

Design – Residential Garden + Private Spaces

Highly Commended

Entry 64 Monkstown Garden

Digby Brady

Design – Residential Garden + Private Spaces

Commended

 

ENTRY NO & NAME

COMPANY

CATEGORY

AWARD

Entry 35 Nano Nagle Place

Bernard Seymour Landscape Architects

Design – Landscape Heritage + Conservation

Winner

Entry 69 HMS Caroline, Pump House & Alexandra Dock

Park Hood (UK) Limited

Design – Landscape Heritage + Conservation

Highly Commended

Entry 41 Richmond Barracks

Mitchell & Associates

Design – Landscape Heritage + Conservation

Commended

 

ENTRY NO & NAME

COMPANY

CATEGORY

AWARD

Entry 51 Omagh Bomb Memorial Design Competition

Peter Hutchinson

The Diane Nickels Memorial Award

Winner

 

ENTRY NO & NAME

COMPANY

CATEGORY

AWARD

Entry 43 Keeping It Green – An Open Space Strategy for Fingal

Fingal County Council

Landscape Management Policy and Research

Winner

Entry 59 TURAS (transitioning towards urban resilience and sustainability)

Dermot Foley Landscape Architects

Landscape Management Policy and Research

Highly Commended

Entry 36 Johnstown Castle Masterplan

Murray & Associates

Landscape Management Policy and Research

Commended

 

ENTRY NO & NAME

COMPANY

CATEGORY

AWARD

Entry 23 Cedar Court – Elderly Frail and Early Dementia Unit Downpatrick

Peter Hutchinson

Universal Design Awards

Winner

 

ENTRY NO & NAME

COMPANY

CATEGORY

AWARD

Entry 66 Village and Area Enhancement Training Programme, Longford County

Dominic Comerford & Michael Cunniffe

Landscape Planning, Reports, Publications

Winner

Entry 40 Cherrywood

Mitchell & Associates

Landscape Planning, Reports, Publications

Highly Commended

Entry 8 Dublin City Centre Public Realm Masterplan

Áit Urbanism & Landscape Ltd

Landscape Planning, Reports, Publications

Commended

 

PRESIDENT’S AWARD

 

ENTRY NO & NAME

COMPANY

CATEGORY

AWARD

Entry 20 Lisburn Public Realm

The Paul Hogarth Company

President’s Award

Winner

 

ILI STUDENT AWARD

 

NAME

AWARD

Sean O’Malley

Winner – Design Thesis

James Whelan 

Highly Commended – Design Thesis

Andrew Davis

Highly Commended – Design Thesis

 

 

 JUDGES

Emily Smyth Emily Smyth

CMLI  FHEA  MLA  MSc(Planning Studies)  BA(hons)Architecture  PGCHEP Emily is a Chartered Landscape Architect, academic director, and appointed advisor to the UK government, Emily Smyth has 20 years project, policy, education and public engagement experience in integrated design, development and regeneration of the natural and built environment.

Emily is a Landscape Institute Northern Ireland committee member, has been a member of Landscape Institute Council and standing committees for policy and education, and is currently a member of the Landscape Institute Accreditation subcommittee.

Rachel Tennant Rachel Tennant

Rachel Tennant is a Fellow of the Landscape Institute and Honorary Fellow of Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland. She is current Chair of Landscape Institute Scotland.

Rachel has over thirty years’ experience as a Landscape Architect working in both the private and public sectors. She has been a lecturer in Professional Practice for 30 years and is a co Author of ‘Professional Practice for Landscape Architect’s ( 3rd Edition) ,‘The Pocket Book for Landscape Architects’ ( 2nd Edition) and ‘Spaced out in the UK – A Guide to Award Winning Public Places’

Merrick Denton-Thompson OBE Merrick Denton-Thompson is President, Trustee and Fellow of the Landscape Institute. He has worked in the public and voluntary sector for his entire career. He was appointed to the Board of Natural England by the Secretary of State to assist in the development of the new government agency in 2006 – 2009.  Merrick is the founding Trustee of the Learning Through Landscapes Trust. He is a member of the South Downs National Park Design Panel. He was awarded an OBE for his contribution to education in 2002.
Noel Farrer Noel Farrer – Founder & Director (Farrer Huxley Associates)

Noel has successfully practiced as a Landscape Architect for 30 years, with extensive experience in both the public and private sectors. His work is founded upon the belief that landscapes make an essential contribution to the creation of socially cohesive and sustainable communities.

Noel is Past President and Chair of Policy at the Landscape Institute (LI). He is a passionate advocate for the social and environmental importance of landscape.  Noel is a regular columnist and thought leader on current landscape issues.

Joe Corr Joe Corr is a professional Planning Consultant.

He was elected President of the Irish Planning Institute in January 2018 Joe runs his own private planning consultancy based in Swords, north County Dublin specialising in residential and commercial development.

Joe is a strong believer and advocate for Local Government and  was an Elected Member of Fingal County Council from 2004 to 2009. During his tenure as a councillor, Joe was Mayor of Fingal from 2006 to 2007.

Marina Cervera Marina Cervera

Marina has worked for Ateliers Jean Nouvel (Paris), the Centre de Recerca de Projectes de Paisatge (UPC) and occasionally as adjunct professor in the Master’s Program in Landscape Architecture and the MUP at the ETSAB, Fundación Politècnica de Catalunya.

Currently combines her work as a freelance professional with her work at the Oficina de Paisatge of the Col·legi d’Arquitectes de Catalunya where she is coordinating the 6th European Landscape Biennial and the publication of the 5th Biennial catalogue “Storm & Stress”.

She has worked as secretary general of the Executive Committee of EFLA (European Federation for Landscape Architecture)  and is a member of the Asociación Española de Paisajistas.

Edward Hutchison Edward Hutchison  – Edward Hutchison Landscape Architects

Edward is a Fellow of the Landscape Institute. From 1973 to 1984 he worked in the architects’ department of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.  He had responsibility for the conceptual and detailed design and running on site of many landscape projects, either as standalone or related to housing schemes. Most completed works received awards. From 1985 to 1991 he worked for Sir Norman Foster and Partners and was made an Associate in 1988.  His practice is involved in a wide range of projects from Urban Master Planning to Residential , Corporate and Domestic Commissions.  He is the author of “Drawing for Landscape Architecture: Sketch to Screen to Site”

 

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