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ArchiTeam 2017 finalists revealed

Nov 3, 2017
  • Article by Online Editor

A selection of projects by small, medium and emerging practices have been announced as finalists in the 2017 ArchiTeam Awards. The program showcases 25 projects across four categories with winners to be announced on Wednesday 15 November.

Making up the four categories is residential work with both new builds and renovations, commercial projects, and a unique category being unbuilt.

The range of work highlights innovative approaches to small-space design, proving that good design is possible at any scale and budget.

Cairo studio by . Photo by Ni Rubin Utama.
Cairo studio by Nicholas Agius Architects. Photo by Ni Rubin Utama.

Full list of finalists:

Residential New Award
Aquas Perma Solar Firma — CplusC Architectural Workshop
Dark Horse — Architecture Architecture
Datum House — FIGR Architecture Studio
Ramp House — Irons McDuff Architecture
Richmond Hill — Melbourne Design Studios (MDS)
South Melbourne Beach House — Topology Studio
Tess + JJ’s House — po-co Architecture
Two Halves — Moloney Architects

Dark Horse by Architecture Architecture. Photo by Peter Bennetts.
Dark Horse by Architecture Architecture. Photo by Peter Bennetts.

Residential Alt and Adds Award
Ballantyne — Foomann Architects
Cairo Studio — Nicholas Agius Architects
Elgin Street Residence — Sonelo Design Studio
Joyful House — Mihaly Slocombe
Fifty Fifty — Architecture Architecture
Light Corridor House — FIGR Architecture Studio
Together Apart — Architecture Architecture
PerfPad — Northbourne Architecture + Design
Valiant House — A for Architecture

Joyful house by Mihaly Slocomb. Photo by Tatjana Plitt.
Joyful house by Mihaly Slocomb. Photo by Tatjana Plitt.

Commercial Award
Barre Body — Mihaly Slocombe
Cubby office — Krisna Cheung Architects Pty Ltd
Norton Legal — Dreamer
Primo — Olaver Architecture
Workshop Bros Glen Waverley — Studio Esteta

Workshop Bros by Studio Esteta.
Workshop Bros by Studio Esteta.

Unbuilt Award
30km Master Plan for Dazhou — Nervegna Reed Architecture
Broken Hill Solar Farm Viewing Platform — OSK Architects
Urban Renaissance – Atherton Gardens Re-Commission — Elvin Tan

Urban Renaissance - Atherton Gardens re-commision by Alvin Tan.
Urban Renaissance – Atherton Gardens re-commision by Alvin Tan.

Stay tuned for the winners, which will be revealed on Thursday 14 November.

Lead image, Datum house by FIGR Architecture Studio. 

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Take a look at the winners of the ArchiTeam Awards in 2016.

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