Six structures and two product designs were announced as the Wood Awards 2021 winners at a ceremony held at The Building Centre in London on 25th November. Established in 1971, the Wood Awards is the UK’s premier competition for excellence in architecture and product design in wood. The competition is free to enter and aims […]
On Tuesday 20th July at our General Court of the Livery the Master and Wardens were re-elected to stand for another year. They are Master – Mr Michael Morrison; Senior Warden – Brigadier John Meardon; Middle Warden – Dr Allen Zimbler and Junior Warden – Dr Loyd Grossman CBE. They will formally be re-installed at […]
Dr Simon Thurley CBE is a leading historian, curator and heritage expert; and he recently delivered the lecture entitled:
“By Royal Appointment: Carpenters and Masons at the Court of Henry VIII”.
Mr Michael Morrison Michael Morrison was born in Hertford in 1948 but spent most of his childhood in north Derbyshire where his father had opened his architects’ practice in 1950. He was educated at Repton, before reading Architecture at Bristol University. He married Catherine in 1973 and they moved to Norfolk when Michael joined an […]
This summer marks for 500th anniversary of the Field of the Cloth of Gold. Please click here for an article on The Field of Cloth of Gold – Henry VIII and Humphrey Cooke
To mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day the Company’s Second World War Roll of Honour please click here.
Wood Awards 2019 winners announced The winners of the Wood Awards 2019 were announced at a ceremony held on the 19th November at Carpenters’ Hall in London hosted by Priya Khanchandani, editor of Icon magazine. Established in 1971, the Wood Awards is free to enter and aims to recognise and encourage outstanding design, craftsmanship and […]