2014 Results

Natural Stone Awards 2014 - Results

Stone Federation were delighted to announce the results of the Natural Stone Awards 2014 at the Awards Ceremony at the Hotel Russell on Friday 5 December.  The event saw hundreds of architects, designers, clients, contractors and natural stone professionals gather to celebrate the best and brightest natural stone projects and the teams behind them.  The results are shown below:

New Build Modern Style Stone Cladding


Award Winner:   Waterford Medieval Museum, Ireland 

Highly Commended:   14 Grosvenor Street, London

Commended:   Riley 6th Form Centre, Bolton School, Greater Manchester


New Build Traditional Style Stone Masonry

Award Winner:   Bomber Command Memorial, London

Award Winner:   Sixty London, Holborn

Highly Commended:   The Palmery, Tedworth House, Wiltshire

Highly Commended:   Bishop Edward King Chapel, Oxford

Repair & Restoration

Award Winner:   The Guildhall, Londonderry

Highly Commended:   Church of St Margaret, Crick, Northamptonshire

Highly Commended:  St Matthias Church, Richmond, Surrey

Commended:   St Catharine's Church, Wigan, Greater Manchester

Commended:   Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford

Commended:   Chiltern Firehouse, London




Award Winner:   La Maison de la Valette, Jersey

Highly Commended:   Manchester Cathedral

Highly Commended:   St Mary's Church, Buckfast Abbey, Devon

Commended:   The Wellesley Hotel, Knightsbridge, London




Award Winner:   Douglas Town Centre, Isle of Man

Highly Commended:   Brewer Street Project, Pembroke College, Oxford

Commended:   Jubilee Square, Woking Surrey


Special Award - Art in Stone


Award Winner:   Henry Moore Arch, Kensington Gardens, London




Award Winner:   Sixty London, Holborn

Award Winner:   Cantilevered Staircase at La Maison de la Valette, Jersey

Highly Commended:   Spiral Staircase at deVOL Kitchens Showroom, Loughborough

To find out more information about the projects and who was involved in them, request your free copy of the Natural Stone Awards 2014 Souvenir Brochure below.