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Carlton Learning Precinct COLA by Law Architects
Built on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation Carlton, Victoria Jury citation The Carlton Learning Precinct COLA (covered outdoor learning area) is an outstanding success story born out of perceptive and sensitive problem-solving. T
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Napier Street for Milieu by Freadman White
Built on the land of the Wurundjeri-willam people of the Kulin Nation Fitzroy, Victoria Jury citation Napier Street for Milieu, a small, speculative apartment building for a boutique development company, represents a clever, contextually responsive
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Protagonist by Cumulus Studio
Built on the land of the Boon Wurrung and Woiwurrung peoples of the Kulin nation Melbourne, Victoria Jury citation Protagonist, a small cafe pavilion by Cumulus Studio, is a clever solution to a Rubik’s Cube of a problem, including an inability to p
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The Public And Professional Value Of Awards
Architecture awards attest to our profession’s inventiveness, imagination and multiplicity. The culmination of several Chapter-based awards programs dating from before World War II, the Institute’s National Awards commenced in 1981. They represent th
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Phoenix Central Park by Durbach Block Jaggers and John Wardle Architects
Built on the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation Chippendale, New South Wales Jury citation Here, two architectural practices have collaborated, at a conscious but also an instinctive level, to produce one masterwork. An inspired partnersh
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Salisbury Townhouses by NTF Architecture
Built on the land of the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin nation Blackburn, Victoria Jury citation Salisbury Townhouses is a remarkable adaptive reuse project in which a set of tired, one-bedroom 1960s units with little amenity has been skilfully re
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Marsden Park Amenities by Chrofi
Built on the land of the Darug people of the Eora nation Marsden Park, New South Wales Jury citation Chrofi’s Marsden Park Amenities continues a renewed interest in providing civic facilities within emerging suburbs. The value of this work is the se
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A Chance To Pause, Reflect, Advance
The final issue of the year usually marks a time to reflect on the year that was. Given the scale of disruption the entire world is still encountering in 2020, the calendar year feels strangely irrelevant. All the major events of the year have been c
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Grant Pirrie House by Virginia Kerridge Architect
Built on the land of the Gadigal and Darug peoples of the Eora nation Surry Hills, New South Wales Jury citation In the spirit of architectural design as a continuum, Virginia Kerridge has recalibrated Graham Jahn’s 1999 Robin Boyd Award-winning pro
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Gillies Hall by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects
Built on the land of the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin nation Frankston, Victoria Jury citation Gillies Hall is a striking new student housing project that advances environmental performance and mass timber construction. Within these highly deter
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Carlton Learning Precinct COLA by Law Architects
Built on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation Carlton, Victoria Jury citation Law Architects made a significant move to unlock the potential of this humble yet transformative project by choosing to create an open-air, multipurpose c
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Napier Street for Milieu by Freadman White
Built on the land of the Wurundjeri-willam people of the Kulin nation Fitzroy, Victoria Jury citation This project in an inner-Melbourne suburb has departed from the often-prescribed apartment building typology by developing at its centre – where ty
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Verve Residences by CKDS Architecture with Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects
Built on the land of the Awabakal people Newcastle, New South Wales Jury citation Verve Residences punctuates the western end of Newcastle. Two slender towers have been shaped and sited to allow excellent sunlight penetration to a broad podium, crea
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Bankwest Stadium by Populous
Built on the land of the Burramattagal people of the Darug nation Parramatta, New South Wales Jury citation Bankwest Stadium draws upon a rich history of steel use in the area. The project is a clear and honest expression of steel, including recycle
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Year In Review: 2020 Headlines From ArchitectureAU.com
The devastating bushfires of the 2019-20 “Black Summer” spawned an unparalleled community response. An estimated $500 million was donated by the public, local communities rallied around those who had lost their homes and, in cities, thousands marched
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Phoenix Central Park by Durbach Block Jaggers and John Wardle Architects
Built on the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation Chippendale, New South Wales Jury citation Phoenix Central Park, the vision of prominent philanthropist Judith Neilson, is a project that has risen from the ashes of a vacant warehouse site
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Marrickville Library by BVN
Built on the land of the Gadigal and Wangal peoples of the Eora nation Marrickville, New South Wales Jury citation Sustainability, in its most broad sense, is central to the design intent for the Marrickville Library project. The building positively
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Palm Garden House by Richard Leplastrier
Built on the land of the Guringai people Northern Beaches, New South Wales Jury citation Palm Garden House (1974–76) marks a most important moment in Australian housing. Its light cradling of space and absolute immersion in landscape has affected an
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Leverage: An introduction
At the beginning of 2019, we started discussing the idea of “leverage” as a theme for the 2020 National Architecture Conference. This was a way of thinking about how to generate greater positive influence as a profession; of how to deploy our skills,
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Three Capes Track Lodges by Andrew Burns Architecture
Built on the land of the Paredarerme people Tasman Peninsula, Tasmania Jury citation Situated on remote and ancient sites in the Tasman National Park, the Three Capes Lodges challenged the architect to operate in the broadest capacities of our profe
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Pingelly Recreation and Cultural Centre by Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects with Advanced Timber Concepts Studio
National Commendation Built on the land of the Noongar people of the Gnaala Karla Boodja region Pingelly, Western Australia Jury citation In addition to being a beautifully designed sports facility with a generous disposition, the much-loved Pingel
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Sarah Lebner
Jury citation Sarah Lebner exhibits an energy and focus beyond her years. Her nomination had a rare spark, offering a universal reach at two levels. Having joined ACT-based interdisciplinary practice Light House Architecture and Science soon after gr
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Leverage: Better Services Through Design
Kieran Wong: I’m a little disappointed we’ve ended up having a one-on-one virtual conversation when we had planned a conversation with 1,000 people [at the 2020 National Architecture Conference, which is not going ahead as a result of COVID-19]. Hope
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Daramu House by Tzannes
Built on the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation Barangaroo, New South Wales Jury citation The design of Daramu House proceeds from its predecessor and neighbour by the same architect and client, International House, which was acknowledged
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Mon Repos Turtle Centre by Kirk
Built on the land of the Gooreng Gooreng and Gurang peoples Bargara, Queensland Jury citation Mon Repos Conservation Park on Queensland’s coast, which is part of the larger community of Bargara, is the most important turtle nesting ground in Austral
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2020 National Awards Shortlist
Parks Victoria Albert Park Office and Depot by Harrison and White with Archier Albert Park, Victoria State Library Victoria Redevelopment by Architectus and Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects Melbourne, Victoria Anzac Memorial Centenary Extension by Jo
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Indigenizing Practice: To Award, Or Not To Award?
As the architecture profession engages more and more with Indigenous peoples across Australia, we are seeing an increase in projects labelled “Indigenous architecture” entered into awards programs. However, the current Australian Institute of Archite
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9 Cremorne St by Fieldwork
Built on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation Cremorne, Victoria Jury citation Located on a corner site with a remnant heritage structure, this office building is contained and defined by a precision metal screen. The screen both me
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Bozen’s Cottage by Taylor and Hinds Architects
Built on the land of the palawa/pakana people of lutruwita Oatlands, Tasmania Jury citation The restoration of the convict-built Bozen’s Cottage makes a noteworthy contribution to the heritage of Tasmania’s Oatlands, thanks to the inspired and sensi
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