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Queensland UDIA Awards announced

Oct 27, 2010
  • Article by Online Editor

The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) has recognised three architecture practices in the Queensland State awards for excellence and innovation.

Two projects from Arkhefield were awarded in three categories, winning the Retail/Commercial – Large (over 3000sqm) category for the third consecutive year for the Q&A building – a joint venture design with ARM – in Brisbane’s shopping precinct, and two awards for Yeronga Village. The multi-residential project, which provides accommodation for aged residents within a framework on independent living, won the Medium to Large Density Development category and the Seniors’ Living category.

BVN Architecture was awarded for their collaboration with Turrisi Properties in the Small to Medium Density Development category for their multi-level contemporary homes project, Jasper Lane – a community of 12 semi-detached homes in Brisbane’s New Farm.

HASSELL won the Retail/Commercial – Small (under 3000sqm) category for the refurbishment of a former bread factory to create their open-plan Brisbane studio in Fortitude Valley.

The winning projects are now finalists in the National UDIA Awards, which will be held in early 2011.

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