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Exhibition showcases island's top architecture

Exhibition showcases island's top architecture

Monday 09 January 2023

Exhibition showcases island's top architecture

Monday 09 January 2023

Some of the best examples of local architecture are on display at a free exhibition open today.

The exhibition, which will run in the Jersey Museum’s Link Gallery until the 31 January, showcases the winners of the 2022 Jersey Design Awards.

The awards are a celebration of work by local architects, designers and developers with entries open to anyone who delivered a project that they believed had made a positive contribution to Jersey’s built environment.


Pictured: The Beach, by Morris Architects, won 'best large-scale new build development' at the Jersey Design Awards.

Environment Minister Jonathan Renouf said: "The Jersey Design Awards are a chance to recognise and celebrate good, innovative architecture and design locally.

"I am keen to encourage public engagement and debate about high-quality design and what it can contribute to improving our shared environment."

The Jersey Architecture Commission judged the projects in July, with the winners announced in September. 

Les Quennevais School

Pictured: Les Quennevais School was commended in the 'best landscape architecture project' category. 

As part of the exhibition, images of each award-winning exhibit will be displayed alongside the design approaches and goals which inspired its development, such as the climate emergency and sustainable construction.

Entries for the next Jersey Design Awards, which are held every two years, will open in April 2024.

More information about the 2022 award-winners and commendations can be found HERE.

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