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(L-R) Owen Whitfield, Anna Steinmetzer and Matt Hoskins receive their Duke of Gloucester Awards from Bill Gloyn, Master of the Masons' Livery Company.
12 January 2016 | Stone Awards / Competitions
When the Duke of Gloucester Awards were presented jointly by the Masons' Livery Company and Stone Federation Great Britain in London in October masons from Exeter, who were Commended, were not...
The Chaos Console.
3 November 2015 | Stone Awards / Competitions
Cosentino’s Silestone engineered quartz, celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, has won ‘Display Support of the Year’ for the fourth successive year at the annual KBSA Supplier...
The new Jura-clad University of Greenwich building in Stockwell Street.
3 November 2015 | Stone Awards / Competitions
A new Jura limestone building in the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Maritime Greenwich was the stone industry's big hope in RIBA's top architectural award, the Stirling Prize, this year. But...
 
The stone industry’s main contribution to the RIBA Stirling Award this year.
3 November 2015 | Stone Awards / Competitions
A new Jura limestone building in the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Maritime Greenwich lost out to a concrete modernist reimagination of 1950s/60s architect Sir Leslie Martin by AHMM in this year...
Sam Turner, who gained Bronze in Sao Paulo.
3 November 2015 | Stone Awards / Competitions
Sam Turner is scarcely back from São Paulo, Brazil, with his WorldSkills Bronze Medal in Architectural Stonemasonry than preparations begin for the 2017 competition being held in Abu Dhabi.The...
One of the projects entered in Bretts' Approved Installer Awards. This is from Woods Paving.
3 November 2015 | Stone Awards / Competitions
Brett Landscaping has had some research carried out into the opinions and experiences of past and current winners of its Approved Installer Awards scheme to discover why the installers find the...
Pictured at the Awards ceremony are (left to right): Pourang Tajally, Chris Sampson, The Duke of Gloucester, Rosie Jones and Master William Gloyne.
28 October 2015 | Stone Awards / Competitions
The Duke of Gloucester Award for excellence in stonemasonry has this year gone to Pourang Tajally from Winchester Cathedral. Commendations went to Rosie Jones (freelance carver) and three masons from...
Lapitec distributor The Marble & Granite Centre is baking Bonkers.
21 August 2015 | Stone Awards / Competitions
Lapitec, the sintered stone product distributed exclusively in the UK by stone wholesaler the Marble & Granite Centre in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, is sponsoring a fundraising challenge this...
Henegen Peng's visitor centre at the Giant's Causeway and part of the Causeway.
The visitor centre at the Giants Causeway in Northern Ireland, with its columns of local basalt reflecting the geological feature of the Causeway itself, is one of the five top projects in the...
Stone continues to play a major part in the Tile Awards. This is Harrod's Shoe Heaven, with its Moleanos, Grigio D and Nero Marquina floors.
The Tile Awards, run by The Tile Association, were back in the Midlands this year after their sojourn into London last year. Once again they emphasised the significant role played by stone in...
The winners of the Brett Approved Installer Awards 2014.
With more than 300 of Brett Landscaping's Approved Installers entering the supplier's Landscaping Awards this year, the judges certainly had a showcase of high-quality work to choose from....
Lida Lopes Cardozo Kindersley MBE.
Lettercutter Lida Lopes Cardozo Kindersley, the student and widow of David Kindersley, has been made an MBE in the New Year’s honours list.The award comes as Lida, who now runs the workshop in...
Andy Bell is Emmedue's Dealer of the Year.
Andy Bell, trading as Stone Equipment International, was Emmedue’s Dealer of the Year in 2014, selling 14 of the Italian manufacturer’s three, four and five axes bridge saws during the...
Use the Masons Company coat of arms to create a distinctive mason's mark for the Company and win £250.
21 January 2015 | Stone Awards / Competitions
The Masons Livery Company, one of the oldest of the Corporation of London's ancient trade companies that today promotes the use of stone and supports students learning the craft of stonemasonry,...
David Stearne's winning photograph in the Memorial Awareness Board competition.
21 January 2015 | Stone Awards / Competitions
David Stearne from Kent has been presented with the £1,000 first prize in this year's MAB photo competition with its theme of war memorials. The photograph on the right was his winning...

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