The 2018 Think Brick Award winners have been announced, with BVN, John Wardle Architects, Kerstin Thompson Architects, Ola Studio, RITZ&GHOUGASSIAN, Raffaello Rosselli With Luigi Rosselli Architects and HONED ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN all taking out prizes.
From hundreds of entrants, this year’s category winners were awarded the top honours based on the imaginative, creative and innovative ways in which they used clay brick, concrete masonry and roof tiles in built projects.
CEO of Think Brick Australia, Elizabeth McIntyre says, “With a new category this year, as well as a joint winner for the Horbury Hunt Award, we handed out $20,000 more prize money than last year to these designs that are incredible examples and initiatives of outstanding Australian design.
“The calibre at the awards last night highlights that the best designers and architects in Australia are choosing brick, concrete, and tiles in their designs to put them ahead of the curve.”
The 2017 Think Brick Award category winners were:
Joint Winner of the Horbury Hunt Commercial Award
Learning & Teaching Building – Monash University, Clayton Campus by John Wardle Architects
Australian Embassy – Bangkok by BVN
Horbury Hunt Residential Award
Apartment House by Kerstin Thompson Architects
Bruce Mackenzie Landscape Award
Melbourne Zoo – Predator Precinct Pledge Wall by Ola Studio
Kevin Borland Masonry Award
Highbury Grove by RITZ&GHOUGASSIAN
Robin Dods Roof Tile Excellence Award
The Beehive by Raffaello Rosselli With Luigi Rosselli Architects
Winner of the New Entrant Award
Kardinya Close by HONED ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN
The winners were selected by a jury of six industry experts including:
For more information on the awards visit http://www.thinkbrick.com.au