Posted in: Education
Posted on: 26 November 2011
Yes, we can report that Davies White Landscape Architects fought off over 50 entries to win a national design and engagement award double yesterday.
PHOTOS FROM THE AWARDS: http://on.fb.me/uDmSmx
They picked up an award for their National Trust Lyme Park project called Crow Wood Playscape in Cheshire and then headed over to Hammersmith to collect the award for best UK Play Space at the Children & Young People Now Awards 2011.
Davies White Directors Adam White and Andree Davies were both delighted and said “we would like to thank the clients, community and contractors for helping make these projects just that extra bit special” they added “we would also like to thank the awards judges for recognising the importance of creating playful landscapes and incorporating genuine community engagement in the design and delivery process”
Both projects can be seen in the projects page of our website: http://www.davieswhite.co.uk/site/projects.asp
Comment made by Mark Francis on 18 November 2011
Nice one Adam. Judging by the photo that's not the first beer of the night front left?
Comment made by Carol Garrido on 24 November 2011
Brilliant news. Well deserved congratulations both. Hurray and lucky community, all best Carol.
Comment made by Adam White on 25 November 2011
Cheers, Mark .. cheeky ;O) Thanks Carol, hope you are keeping well. We were both pleased to bits to have two of our projects recognised and awarded this year. The hard work is paying off! See you soon ...
Comment made by Tania on 26 April 2012
I missed this last Nov. I'm just catching up on the news. But how awesome is this?! You can be both very proud. Power to the profession of LA's too! Way to go!