Cemintel’s 9 Dots Award attracts bold designs for urban density

October 29, 2014

Victorian architect, Sam Daysh, has been awarded the Professional winner of 9 Dots 2014, taking home the coveted 17-day, all expenses paid, architectural trip to Asia for his design of ‘Block House’.

Above image courtesy Sam Daysh.

Victorian architect, Sam Daysh, has been awarded the Professional winner of 9 Dots 2014, taking home the coveted 17-day, all expenses paid, architectural trip to Asia for his design of ‘Block House’.

Described by the judges as a ‘bold design’, Sam’s entry demonstrated a thoughtful approach to the urban housing market while engaging strongly with the CSR Cemintel product range.

Will Chan of Melbourne was awarded Highly Commended, whilst in the student category, Rory Pope was the clear winner and Highly Commended awarded to Kate De Pina and Alysia Bennett.

CemintelTM would like to thank the judges and all those who submitted an entry to the 2014 9 Dots Award.

For more information on 9Dots Award visit www.cemintel9dots.com.au.

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