OPT Awards in Lockdown
The winners of the OPT Awards in Lockdown have been annouced!
On Tuesday 23 February, for the first time ever, the OPT Awards Evening went virtual. OPT were joined online by nearly 200 guests as eight plaques and fifteen certificates were awarded, together with the brand-new Green Award - presented by special guest Councillor Tom Hayes (Cabinet Member for Green Transport and Zero Carbon Oxford). The recipient of the Green Award, Wadham College's Dorothy Wadham Building, was recognised for its clear agenda for sustainable design and architectural contribution to Iffley Road.
Plaque Winners - Outstanding contribution to Oxford
- All Souls College: Restoration of public facing façade, including replacement of intricate stone chimneys
- Brasenose Farm
- Keble College: Parks Road frontage restoration
- The conservation of the exterior of St Mary the Virgin, Iffley
- Purpose built book bindery and book shop, Yarnton
- The Dorothy Wadham Building, Iffley Road
- The Buttery & Old Porters’ Lodge, Wolfson College
Landscape & Public Realm
- Kennington Meadows path development scheme
Certificate Winners - substantial contribution to Oxford
- Mixed-use development: 120-122 High Street, Oxford for Lincoln College
- Belsyre Court Refurbishment
- Cleaning, repainting, and repairs to the facades of the Grade II listed Dyson Perrins Laboratory
- St. Mary Magdalen roof repair, cleaning, decoration, and lighting project
- The Harcourt Arms, Stanton Harcourt
- The Jam Factory, Oxford
- Catherine Hughes Building
- The H B Allen Centre
- Rediscovering Waterhouse in the Master’s Lodgings, Balliol College
- Secondary glazing of the historic College Library and 3 north facing ground floor rooms of Harris Manchester College
- Law Centre Building Refurbishment
Landscape & Public Realm
- Barton Community Mural
- Wheatley Heritage Trail
- Talking Maps
Thank you to all those who submitted entries, it is a delight to see so many projects that help bring Oxford to life!
Each year, the OPT Awards celebrate the contribution that buildings and environmental projects can make to Oxford’s character, its streets, and its green spaces. From exceptional new buildings, to the highest quality conservation of the existing, through to temporary installations.
- For further details of the 2019 winners please click here
- For further details of the 2018 winners please click here
- For further details of the 2017 winners please click here
- For further details of the 2016 winners please click here
- For further details of the 2015 winners please click here
- For further details of the 2014 winners please click here
- For further details of the 2013 winners please click here
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OPT Awards Launch 2020
All Souls College: Restoration of public facing façade, including replacement of intricate stone chimneys