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National Architecture Awards shortlist revealed

September 13, 2013

The Australian Institute of Architects announces the 60 projects shortlisted for the 2013 National Architecture Awards, to be announced at the Sydney Opera House on 7 November.

Above: Swanston Academic Building by Lyons. Photo by John Gollings

Sixty projects, Australian and International, have been shortlisted for the 2013 Australian Institute of Architects’ (AIA) National Architecture Awards. Competition for the awards began earlier in the year on a state level, with close to 900 entries received nationwide. The 60 shortlisted projects will now progress into their relevant national subcategory.

The National Architecture Awards jury consists of five members: Shelley Penn, immediate past president of the AIA and jury chair; Richard Hassell, founder and director of WOHA; Ben Hewett, South Australian government architect; Hannah Tribe, founder and director of Tribe Studio; and Justine Clark, editor, writer and critic. 2013 jury chair, Shelley Penn, said this year’s competition places a particular “emphasis on social engagement”, however varied the featured projects may be in function and form. From a cultural pavilion in a remote Northern Territory Indigenous community to a large-scale commercial development in Sydney that seeks to give space back to the locals, Penn said: “We were thrilled to see so many buildings and places that were engaging with social impacts beyond their immediate brief, offering something really significant to society at a higher level – architecture which is not merely responsible, but which is generous.”

Winners will be announced at the annual awards ceremony on Thursday 7 November, to be held at the Sydney Opera House.

Information on entering the 2014 Awards program will be available on the Australian Institute of Architects website (http://www.architecture.com.au/home) in November 2013.

See a full listing of this year’s shortlisted projects below.

COLORBOND® Award for Steel Architecture

Djakanimba Pavilions Insideout Architects (NT)
Perth Arena
 ARM & Cameron Chisholm Nicol – Joint Venture Architects (WA)
RMIT Design Hub
Sean Godsell Architects in association with Peddle Thorp Architects (Vic)
Waterloo Youth Family Community Centre
Collins and Turner with City of Sydney (NSW)
West Kimberley Regional Prison
TAG Architects and iredale pedersen hook architects; Architects in Association (WA)

National Centre for Synchrotron Science, Bates Smart. Photo by Peter Bennetts

 

Commercial Architecture

4 National Circuit Fender Katsalidis (ACT)
Brookfield Place
HASSELL and Fitzpatrick + Partners (WA)
Darling Quarter
Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (fjmt) (NSW)
Mountain Retreat Medical Clinic  
Circa Morris-Nunn (Tas)
National Centre for Synchrotron Science
Bates Smart (Vic)
One One One Eagle Street 
Cox Rayner Architects (Qld)

Heritage Architecture

2 National Circuit Fender Katsalidis (ACT)
Brookfield Place
HASSELL, Fitzpatrick + Partners and Palassis Architects (WA)
Cairns Foreshore Redevelopment
CA Architects and Cox Rayner Architects in association with O’Neill Architecture (Qld)
Good Shepherd Chapel Abbotsford
Robert Simeoni Architects (Vic)
Hamer Hall
ARM Architecture (Vic)

Hamer Hall, by ARM Architecture. Photo by John Gollings


Interior Architecture

2 National Circuit Fender Katsalidis (ACT)
Hamer Hall
ARM Architecture (Vic)
John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School (JSRACS) Kindergarten Beechboro Campus
Brooking Design Architects (WA)
Lilyfield Warehouse
Virginia Kerridge Architect (NSW)
Meeting Room St Mary’s Cathedral Centre
Circa Morris-Nunn (Tas)
One One One Eagle Street Foyer
Cox Rayner Architects (Qld)
Perth Arena
ARM & Cameron Chisholm Nicol  Joint Venture Architects (WA)
The Kinghorn Cancer Centre
BVN Donovan Hill (NSW)
Translational Research Institute
Wilson Architects + Donovan Hill; Architects in Association (Qld)

International Architecture

28th Street Apartments Koning Eizenberg Architecture Inc. (United States)
387 Tamaki Drive
Ian Moore Architects (New Zealand)
Australia House
Andrew Burns Architect in association with Atelier Imamu (Japan)
Finding Country Exhibition 13th Venice Architecture Biennale 2012
Kevin O’Brien Architects in association with the Finding Country Collective and Venti di Cultura (Italy / Qld)
Martin No.38
Kerry Hill Architects (Singapore)
Silver House
Peter Stutchbury Architecture (Russia)
Sobieski House
Koning Eizenberg Architecture Inc. (United States)

Perth Arena, by ARM Architecture with CCN. Photo by John Gollings

 

Public Architecture

Bridgewater LINC and Child & Family Centre Liminal Architecture (Tas)
Hamer Hall  
ARM Architecture (Vic)
Penleigh and Essendon Grammer School
McBride Charles Ryan (Vic)
Perth Arena
 ARM & Cameron Chisholm Nicol – Joint Venture Architects (WA)
Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law 
Architectus in association with Guymer Bailey Architects (Qld)
RMIT Design Hub
Sean Godsell Architects in association with Peddle Thorp Architects (Vic)
Swanston Academic Building 
Lyons (Vic)
The Braggs University of Adelaide
BVN Donovan Hill & Hames Sharley in association (SA)
The Kinghorn Cancer Centre
BVN Donovan Hill (NSW)
Translational Research Institute
Wilson Architects + Donovan Hill; Architects in Association (Qld)
Village Centre: National Arboretum Canberra
Tonkin Zulaikha Greer (ACT)
Waterloo Youth Family Community Centre
 Collins and Turner with City of Sydney (NSW)
West Kimberley Regional Prison
TAG Architects and iredale pedersen hook architects; Architects in Association (WA)

Blue House, by Neeson Murcutt Architects. Photo by Brett Boardman

 

Residential Architecture – Houses

Glass House Charles Wright Architects (Qld)
Balmain House
Fox Johnston (NSW)
Bisley Place House
James Russell Architect (Qld)
Blue House
Neeson Murcutt Architects (Vic)
Cowshed House
carterwilliamson architects (NSW)
Edward Street House
Sean Godsell Architects (Vic)
Fairhaven Residence
John Wardle Architects (Vic)
Merricks Beach House
Kennedy Nolan (Vic)
Taringa House
Loucas Zahos Architects (Qld)
Tír na nÓg
Drew Heath Architects (NSW)

McIntyre Drive Social Housing, by MGS Architects. Photo by Trevor Mein

 

Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing

29-35 Prince Street Cronulla Candalepas Associates (NSW)
Constance Street Affordable Housing
Cox Rayner Architects (Qld)
Lime Street
Formworks Architecture (WA)
McIntyre Drive Social Housing Altona 
MGS Architects (Vic)
Silk Apartments 
Tony Caro Architecture (NSW)

Third Wave Kiosk, by Tony Hobba Architects. Photo by Rory Gardiner

 

Small Project Architecture

 7th Heaven, Ormond College Nest Architects (Vic)
Abbotsford Convent Breezeway
Jackson Clements Burrows (Vic)
Art Gallery of NSW Forecourt Upgrade
Johnson Pilton Walker (NSW)
Djakanimba Pavilions 
Insideout Architects (NT)
Keperra House
A-CH (Atelier Chen Hung) (Qld)
Re-Newell
Charles Wright Architects (Qld)
Third Wave Kiosk
Tony Hobba Architects (Vic)

Glass House, by Charles Wright Architects. Photo by Patrick Bingham Hall

 

Sustainable Architecture

Glass House Charles Wright Architects (Qld)
Constance Street Affordable Housing
Cox Rayner Architects (Qld)
Cowshed House
carterwilliamson architects (NSW)
Darling Quarter
Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (fjmt) with ASPECT Studios, Lend Lease, E.G.O. Group and Davenport Campbell (NSW)
Djakanimba Pavilions
Insideout Architects (NT)
One One One Eagle Street
Cox Rayner Architects (Qld)
Waterloo Youth Family Community Centre
Collins and Turner with City of Sydney (NSW)
West Kimberley Regional Prison
TAG Architects and iredale pedersen hook architects; Architects in Association (WA)

Urban Design

2 & 4 National Circuit Precinct Fender Katsalidis (ACT)
Brookfield Place
HASSELL and Fitzpatrick + Partners (WA)
Darling Quarter
Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (fjmt) with ASPECT Studios, Lend Lease, E.G.O. Group and Davenport Campbell (NSW)
Flinders Street Revitalisation
Cox Rayner Architects (Qld)
GASP Stage 1
Room 11 Studio (Tas)
Hamer Hall
ARM Architecture (Vic)
Pitt Street Mall Public Domain Upgrade
Tony Caro Architecture (NSW)
Revitalising Central Dandenong: Lonsdale Street Redevelopment
BKK/TCL Partnership (Vic)

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