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Entries open for 2019 Think Brick Awards

Entries have opened for the 2019 Think Brick Awards, which celebrate excellence in the use of clay bricks, concrete masonry and roof tiles by architects and designers.

Awards are presented across five categories: the Horbury Hunt Commercial Award, the Horbury Hunt Residential Award, the Kevin Borland Masonry Award, the Bruce Mackenzie Landscape Award, the Robin Dods Roof Tile Excellence Award and the New Entrant Award.

A cash prize of $10,000 will be given to the winner of each category.

Elizabeth McIntyre, CEO of Think Brick Australia, said, “Last year we saw standout submissions that pushed the boundaries of design and we’re looking forward to showcasing the leaps and bounds that have been made this year in the craftsmanship of built designs.”

“The Think Brick Awards celebrates the innovation of architects who champion versatility and creativity in their design of residential, commercial and landscape projects.”

Entries are due by 3 May, with winners announced at a gala dinner on 15 August.

For more information, go here.

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