Architecture awards and certificates are awarded to individuals or groups whose new buildings or additions show particular sensitivity to Bermuda’s traditional architecture, or who have carried out appropriate and sensitive renovations of old buildings.
The Rosemary Clipper Award is given annually in recognition of the importance of conserving Bermuda’s vernacular architecture. It may include, for example, historic restoration, sensitive new building, education or promotional projects. The award is named for Rosemary Clipper as a tribute to her years of work on the Trust’s Historic Buildings Survey, and her love of our unique architecture.
Preservation awards and certificates are awarded for projects, programmes or initiatives which contribute to the preservation of Bermuda’s unique man-made heritage, including buildings, gardens, furniture, documents, artwork and other artefacts.