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Australian firms shortlisted at WAF

August 18, 2011

Over 25 Australian projects are shortlisted for the 2011 World Architecture Festival Awards.

The organisers of the World Architecture Festival have revealed the shortlist for the 2011 awards program.

The awards, now in their fourth year, are open to entries from around the world and recognise built and conceptual architecture across 34 categories. The shortlist for the awards has been selected from 704 entries, received from firms in 59 different countries.

Over 25 Australian projects have been shortlisted for the awards. Australian firms are particularly well represented in the residential categories, with six entries in the House category and a further four in the Housing (inc mixed use) category.

Four Australian hospitality projects were shortlisted in the Holiday category, and three educational buildings were successful in the Learning category.

The jury, headed up in 2011 by Michael Sorkin, principal of Michael Sorkin Studio New York, will decide the winners of the awards. Winners will be announced at the World Architecture Festival in Barcelona, 2-4 November.

Shortlisted projects

Civic and community
Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp, Bayside Police Station
Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp ,Surry Hills Library and Community Centre

Display
DesignInc, Gippsland Water Factory Vortex Centre

Health
Rice Daubney, Liverpool Hospital Clinical Service Block 2 (CSB2)

Holiday
Kerry Hill Architects, Aman New Delhi
Bates Smart, Crown Metropol
WOHA, Intercontinental Sanya Resort
Circa Architecture & Circa Morris-Nunn Walker, Saffire

House
Brian Meyerson Architects, Bondi Penthouse
Allen Jack+Cottier, Glass Loggia House
Andrew Maynard Architects, Ilma Grove
Domenic Alvaro, Small House
ian moore architects, Strelein Warehouse
Brian Meyerson Architects, Teixiera House

Housing (inc mixed use)
Tony Owen Partners, 12-15 Regent Street
BVN Architecture, HMAS Creswell Griffiths House
HBO+EMTB, Lilyfield Housing Redevelopment
Fiona Winzar Architects, Orange Grove House

Landscape
Kerstin Thompson Architects, MUMA – Monash University Museum of Art

New and old
Allen Jack+Cottier, Harris Street Studios
NH Architecture, Myer Bourke Street Redevelopment

Offices
HASSELL, Ecosciences Precinct

Shopping
NH Architecture, Myer Bourke Street Redevelopment

Sport
Allen Jack + Cottier, Milson Island Sport and Recreation Centre

Transport
Cox Rayner Architects, Kurilpa Bridge

Future projects; Cultural
Circa Architecture, Port Arthur Resort

Future projects: Health
Woods Bagot, South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI)
Rice Daubney, The Chris O’Brien Lifehouse at RPA

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