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Recognising exceptional design in Suffolk

Usually, as part of the SJCC’s annual supper in May, RIBA Suffolk present awards to the county’s architects to celebrate design excellence. 21 projects were entered this year and for the first time, the judges have split the awards into six categories to recognise and give a better flavour for the sectors Suffolk architects work in. 12 projects have been shortlisted under the categories of self-build, commercial, sport and leisure, healthcare, residential and education. As the SJCC supper in May will not take place, arrangements are being made for a public exhibition in the autumn, when the category winners plus an overall winning design award will be revealed.

Written by Sue Wilcock with quotes by SJCC committee members for an Article in the East Anglia Daily Times. Click here for the full article

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