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Natural Stone Awards 2024 Entry Opens

Stone Federation Great Britain has announced that entry for the Natural Stone Awards 2024 is now open.

The Natural Stone Awards is a biennial event set up by Stone Federation and has established itself as the most prestigious awards event in the industry calendar. The Awards celebrate and recognise the excellence of design in natural stone projects from across the industry. Each year the Awards see work from throughout the British Isles entered across the various categories.

The Awards provide a chance for the industry to showcase the wide range of applications possible with natural stone and to demonstrate that it is the ideal building material, providing architects, designers and clients with a sustainable, durable and attractive end product.

Entries can be made by anyone involved in the project including the architect, main contractor, stone contractor, stone supplier, client or building owner. The 2024 Awards see the introduction of a number of new categories, including Domestic Landscape, International and Rainscreen Cladding which will open the Awards to an even wider section of the industry.

Stone Federation’s Chief Executive, Jane Buxey commented: “We are encouraging all those involved in the natural stone industry to enter their projects into the Natural Stone Awards 2024. This is a great opportunity to gain widespread recognition for your practice or company and products or services that you provide.”

How To Enter

Entry for the 2024 Natural Stone Awards closes on Monday 18 March 2024. Projects can be entered digitally. To download the Natural Stone Awards entry form, click here

The Categories

The Natural Stone Awards are split into thirteen categories, each celebrating and showcasing a different aspect of the natural stone industry.

New Build Cladding – Traditional Handset

New Build Cladding – Precast

New Build Cladding – Rainscreen

New Build Traditional Load-Bearing Stonemasonry

New Build Traditional Stonemasonry Repair & Restoration (Commercial) Repair & Restoration (Ecclesiastical) 

Interiors (Commercial and Residential)

Interiors (Ecclesiastical)

Landscape (Commercial/Public Realm)

Landscape (Domestic/Private)


Carving, Lettering & Sculpture



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