Southwold Pier
To create a pier with leisure facilities which would sit comfortably within the character of Southwold. The previous pier was sectioned in the war, hit by a mine after the war and damaged by a series of storms rendering it an unsafe structure. The reconstruction was the first pier built in Great Britain since 1953.
RIBA Eastern Region Spirit of Ingenuity in Architecture for Tourism Award 2002, the Alfred Williams Prize awarded for Excellence in Building Design  2004 and a Civic Trust Award in 2005