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The shortlist has been announced for this years World Architecture Festival awards, with 256 projects selected from 55 different countries.
Twenty-five Australian projects are among those shortlisted, and will now compete to win one of fifteen awards for World Building of the Year.
BVN Architecture has had five projects shortlisted: the Goods Shed North redevelopment in Melbourne; The Academy, the head office for NAB, also in Melbourne; the Brain and Mind Research Institute Youth Mental Health Building in Camperdown; and two residential projects, The Ivy in Brisbane and Boolarong and Kinkabool in North Stradbroke Island.
Three recent designs by HASSELL were also named on the list: the Adelaide Zoo Entrance Precinct; the ANZ Centre in Melbourne; and the Epping to Chatswood Rail Link in Sydney.
Other nominations included McBride Charles Ryans [“Fitzroy High School”:https://www.australiandesignreview.com/projects/17515-Fitzroy-High-School-McBride-Charles-Ryan] and the Letterbox House; Francis-Jones Morehen Thorps [“Faculty of Law at the University of Sydney”:https://www.australiandesignreview.com/design_wall/12554-Faculty-of-Law-Library-and-Teaching-Complex-The-University-of-Sydney-Francis-Jones-Morehen-Thorp] and the [“Surry Hills Library and Community Centre”:https://www.australiandesignreview.com/design_wall/12618-Surry-Hills-Library-and-Community-Centre-Francis-Jones-Morehen-Thorp]; and Cox Rayners Ipswich Justice Precinct and the Marina Point Yacht Club.
Many of Australias large-scale, high profile projects have made the shortlist. Tonkin Zulaikha Greers [“Paddington Reservoir Gardens”:https://www.australiandesignreview.com/projects/12586-Paddington-Reservoir-Gardens-Tonkin-Zulaikha-Greer-James-Mather-Delaney-Design], Clive Wilkinson Architects and Woods Bagots One Shelley Street, and Woods Bagot and NH Architectures Hilton South Wharf all feature on the list, alongside smaller projects including Chenchow Littles Pitched Roof House and Lyons Lyon Housemuseum.
In addition, TERROIR has been shortlisted in the Future Projects (competition entries) category, for their proposal for the [“Statens Naturhistoriske Museum”:https://www.australiandesignreview.com/news/14279-TERROIR-wins-prize-for-bold-proposal-for-Copenhagen-s-Natural-History-Museum-Terroir] (Natural History Museum) in Denmark.
The WAF Awards will be held during the World Architecture Festival, taking place in Barcelona on 3-5 November 2010. All shortlisted projects will be included in an exhibition that coincides with the festival.
*Australian projects shortlisted for WAF 2010 Awards*
* Architects Johannsen + Associates, City North Substation
* BVN Architecture, Boolarong and Kinkabool
* BVN Architecture, Brain and Mind Research Institute Youth
Mental Health Building
* BVN Architecture, Goods Shed North
* BVN Architecture, The Academy
* BVN Architecture, The Ivy
* Candalepas Associates, All Saints Primary School
* Chenchow Little, Pitched Roof House
* Clive Wilkinson Architects/Woods Bagot, One Shelley Street Macquarie Group (interior fitout)
* Cox Rayner Architects, Ipswich Justice Precinct
* Cox Rayner Architects, Marina Point Yacht Club
* Edward Szewczyk, Big Rock Jetty
* Elenberg Fraser, 401 St Kilda Rd
* Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp, [“Faculty of Law, University of Sydney”:https://www.australiandesignreview.com/design_wall/12554-Faculty-of-Law-Library-and-Teaching-Complex-The-University-of-Sydney-Francis-Jones-Morehen-Thorp]
* Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp, [“Surry Hills Library and Community Centre”:https://www.australiandesignreview.com/design_wall/12618-Surry-Hills-Library-and-Community-Centre-Francis-Jones-Morehen-Thorp]
* HASSELL, Adelaide Zoo Entrance Precinct
* HASSELL, ANZ Centre
* HASSELL, Epping to Chatswood Rail Link
* Joint Venture Architects Woods Bagot and NH Architecture, Hilton South Wharf
* Lyons, Lyon Housemuseum
* McBride Charles Ryan, [“Fitzroy High School”:https://www.australiandesignreview.com/projects/17515-Fitzroy-High-School-McBride-Charles-Ryan]
* McBride Charles Ryan, Letterbox House
* Suters, [“Churchill Community Hub”:https://www.australiandesignreview.com/projects/17409-Churchill-Community-Hub-Suters]
* Tanner Architects, Canberra Glassworks
* TERROIR, [“Statens Naturhistoriske Museum”:https://www.australiandesignreview.com/news/14279-TERROIR-wins-prize-for-bold-proposal-for-Copenhagen-s-Natural-History-Museum-Terroir]
* Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, [“Paddington Reservoir Gardens”:https://www.australiandesignreview.com/projects/12586-Paddington-Reservoir-Gardens-Tonkin-Zulaikha-Greer-James-Mather-Delaney-Design]
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