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Photos: Paul Crosby Photography
16 September 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
Major American stone company Coldspring, based in a place called Cold Spring in Minnesota, has received recognition in two projects that have gained this year's Tucker Design Awards. The winning...
He was 'contemptuous of bullets' , says an inscription. Perhaps he should not have been.
8 August 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
MAB, the campaign for sympathetic stone memorialization, has joining forces with Lodge Brothers, funeral director and memroial mason, for its 2014 photography competition. Closing date for entries is...
The carving Alex Wenham produced at the European Stone Festival in Freiburg at the weekend.
8 August 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
Alex Wenham has done it again! His project in Schiff sandstone (pictured on the right) was judged the best at the European Stone Festival held at the weekend (23-25 May) in Freiburg, Germany. He...
 
Decomo's Project Award-winning work at Southend-on-Sea.
8 August 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
A special British Precast 50th Anniversary Awards presentation dinner rounded off Precast14, an all-day precast concrete event run by British Precast on 1 May at King Power Stadium, Leicester. The...
Stephen Lebourn from Bath College during the Southern heat of the UK Masonry Skills Challenge on 13 May.
8 August 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
The Southern Heat of Stone Federation Great Britain's UK Masonry Skills Challenge was held at Moulton College in Northamptonshire on 13 May. Teams from City of Bath, Building Crafts, York,...
Part of the Pinnacle Award-winning garden.
8 August 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
A garden near Ambleside has been given the highest honour of the Dry Stone Walling Association (DSWA), a Pinnacle Award, for its outstanding stonework.The work took two-and-a-half years to complete...
Coreshill sandstone on the Award-winning Guildhall.
8 August 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
The restoration of the red sandstone Guildhall in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, has earned architects from Consarc Design Group the Best Conservation Project Award in the Royal Society of Ulster...
This year the all-star Angel Awards presentations becomes an evening red carpet event at The Palace Theatre, London.
This year's English Heritage Angel Awards, which recognise projects that have saved structures on the 'At Risk' register, are now open for entries. Deadline for entries is Sunday 1 June....
The Natural Stone Awards ceremony last time.
Time is ticking away to the 2 May deadline for entries to the Natural Stone Awards.Run by Stone Federation Great Britain, there is already an unprecedented number of entries at this stage and a...
Tate Britain with its Agglotech terrazzo laid by stone specialist Szerelmey.
ITV weather forecaster Emma Jesson is forecasting a great time at the new central London venue for the Tile Awards presentations on Friday (25 April).She will be hosting the event as it leaves...
The Stone Federation Stone Awards are open to everyone involved in building in stone.
24 April 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
One of the highlights of the stone industry calendar is the Natural Stone Awards, presented at a glittering ceremony every other year. This year the Awards will be presented on 5 December at the...
You never know who is going to turn up at the Tile Awards. This is a scene from last year's presentation ceremony.
24 April 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
The Tile Association (TTA) has announced the short-list for its Awards that are being presented this year at a lunch in Hilton London Metropole, Edgeware Road, on 25 April. This annual Award...
Christophe Gontier (second left) of Cosentino UK and Ireland receives the Innovation Award at KBB in March.
24 April 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
Cosentino’s Dekton, its new ultracompact surface, has won the KBB Innovation Award for Kitchens. Announced live at the show, held in the NEC Birmingham last month (2-5 March), the award was...
A little gem of Clipsham stone – one of the short-listed projects for the Stirling Prize last year.
Four of the six short-listed projects in the Stirling Prize, RIBA’s major architectural award, included a significant element of natural stone. This is the last of them to be featured in...
This is the winner of the Best Overall Design Award in Natural Paving Products' competition.
27 March 2014 | Stone Awards / Competitions
Natural Paving Products, one of the suppliers of natural stone hard landscaping products involved in the Ethical Trading Initiative’s Rajasthan sandstone project (see NSS February 2014),...

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