2016 Brisbane Regional Architecture Awards

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Winner of the John Dalton Award for Building of the Year Bayside Fire Station by Owen Architecture.

Winner of the John Dalton Award for Building of the Year Bayside Fire Station by Owen Architecture. Image: Toby Scott

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Winner of House of the Year House in Hamilton by Phorm Architecture and Design with Tato Architects.

Winner of House of the Year House in Hamilton by Phorm Architecture and Design with Tato Architects. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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The Button Event by Kevin O'Brien Architects.

The Button Event by Kevin O’Brien Architects. Image: Stephen Henry

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Influencing Community by Dion Seminara Architecture and Cobie Group.

Influencing Community by Dion Seminara Architecture and Cobie Group. Image: Darren Kerr

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Brisbane CityCat Ferry Terminals Renewal by Cox Rayner Architects with Aurecon.

Brisbane CityCat Ferry Terminals Renewal by Cox Rayner Architects with Aurecon. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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ELF 2B – Enhanced Land Force Stage 2 Phase 2B Gymnasium and Pool by BVN Conrad Gargett.

ELF 2B – Enhanced Land Force Stage 2 Phase 2B Gymnasium and Pool by BVN Conrad Gargett. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Brisbane CityCat Ferry Terminals Renewal by Cox Rayner Architects with Aurecon.

Brisbane CityCat Ferry Terminals Renewal by Cox Rayner Architects with Aurecon. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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The St Lucia Lakes Link, University of Queensland by Cox Rayner Architects.

The St Lucia Lakes Link, University of Queensland by Cox Rayner Architects. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Bakery Lane by Hayes Anderson Lynch Architects.

Bakery Lane by Hayes Anderson Lynch Architects. Image: Matt Jensen

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Cavendish Road State High School Year 7 Centre by Arklab Architecture.

Cavendish Road State High School Year 7 Centre by Arklab Architecture. Image: Michael McQueen

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All Hallows' School, Mary Place by Wilson Architects.

All Hallows’ School, Mary Place by Wilson Architects. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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University of Queensland Oral Health Centre by Cox Rayner Architects with Hames Sharley and Conrad Gargett Riddel.

University of Queensland Oral Health Centre by Cox Rayner Architects with Hames Sharley and Conrad Gargett Riddel. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Learning Innovation Building at the University of Queensland by Richard Kirk Architect.

Learning Innovation Building at the University of Queensland by Richard Kirk Architect. Image: Peter Bennetts

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Kimberley College Year 7 Flying Start Project by Guymer Bailey Architects.

Kimberley College Year 7 Flying Start Project by Guymer Bailey Architects. Image: Phil Hargreaves

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Centre for Children's Health Research by Hassell.

Centre for Children’s Health Research by Hassell. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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2016 Brisbane Regional Architecture Awards

 

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General Electric Headquarters, Springfield by Conrad Gargett.

General Electric Headquarters, Springfield by Conrad Gargett. Image: Toby Scott

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Hear and Say Centre Head Office – Project Possibility by The Buchan Group.

Hear and Say Centre Head Office – Project Possibility by The Buchan Group. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Snelleman Tom Office Fitout by Tonic Design.

Snelleman Tom Office Fitout by Tonic Design. Image: Damien Bredberg

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Centre for Children's Health Research by Hassell.

Centre for Children’s Health Research by Hassell. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Ostwald Brothers by Harry Poulos Architects.

Ostwald Brothers by Harry Poulos Architects. Image: Wade Roberts

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UnitingCare Queensland by Hassell.

UnitingCare Queensland by Hassell. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Queensland University of Technology Q Block Redevelopment by DWP/Suters.

Queensland University of Technology Q Block Redevelopment by DWP/Suters. Image: Roger D’Souza

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Woods Bagot Brisbane Studio by Woods Bagot.

Woods Bagot Brisbane Studio by Woods Bagot. Image: Scott Burrows

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University of Queensland Oral Health Centre by Cox Rayner Architects with Hames Sharley and Conrad Gargett Riddel.

University of Queensland Oral Health Centre by Cox Rayner Architects with Hames Sharley and Conrad Gargett Riddel. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Brisbane International Airport Retail Upgrade by Arkhefield and Richards and Spence in Collaboration.

Brisbane International Airport Retail Upgrade by Arkhefield and Richards and Spence in Collaboration. Image: Toby Scott

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Annie Street by O'Neill Architecture.

Annie Street by O’Neill Architecture. Image: Scott Burrows

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House in Hamilton by Phorm Architecture and Design with Tato Architects.

House in Hamilton by Phorm Architecture and Design with Tato Architects. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Central Avenue by Vokes and Peters with Owen and Vokes and Peters.

Central Avenue by Vokes and Peters with Owen and Vokes and Peters. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Fifth Avenue by O'Neill Architecture.

Fifth Avenue by O’Neill Architecture. Image: Scott Burrows

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Granville Residence by Richard Kirk Architect.

Granville Residence by Richard Kirk Architect. Image: Scott Burrows

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Rosalie House by Owen Architecture.

Rosalie House by Owen Architecture. Image: Toby Scott

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Bardon Residence by Kieron Gait Architects.

Bardon Residence by Kieron Gait Architects. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Chapel Hill House by Reddog Architects.

Chapel Hill House by Reddog Architects. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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The Terraced House by Shaun Lockyer Architects.

The Terraced House by Shaun Lockyer Architects. Image: Scott Burrows

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Wilston Garden Room by Vokes and Peters with Owen and Vokes and Peters.

Wilston Garden Room by Vokes and Peters with Owen and Vokes and Peters. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Carrick-Stalker House by Architectus and LookOUT Design.

Carrick-Stalker House by Architectus and LookOUT Design. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Project Zero by BVN.

Project Zero by BVN. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Wooloowin House by Owen Architecture.

Wooloowin House by Owen Architecture. Image: Toby Scott

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Camp Hill Extension by Nielsen Workshop and Morgan Jenkins Architecture.

Camp Hill Extension by Nielsen Workshop and Morgan Jenkins Architecture. Image: Alicia Taylor

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Brighton Twin Set by Push.

Brighton Twin Set by Push. Image: Ross Eason

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Bothwell Street by Arkhefield.

Bothwell Street by Arkhefield. Image: Graham Philip

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Botanica Residences by Rothelowman.

Botanica Residences by Rothelowman. Image: Scott Burrows

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Macquarie Street Residences by Arqus Design.

Macquarie Street Residences by Arqus Design. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Eagle Street Vertical Village by Hassell.

Eagle Street Vertical Village by Hassell. Image: Toby Scott

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Dayboro Kindergarten by Reddog Architects.

Dayboro Kindergarten by Reddog Architects. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Garden Shed by Vokes and Peters with Owen and Vokes and Peters.

Garden Shed by Vokes and Peters with Owen and Vokes and Peters. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Bayside Fire Station by Owen Architecture.

Bayside Fire Station by Owen Architecture. Image: Toby Scott

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Solar Verandah – Manly Heritage House by PHAB Architects.

Solar Verandah – Manly Heritage House by PHAB Architects. Image: Camera Obscura

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Victoria Bridge Abutment Structure by BW Architects.

Victoria Bridge Abutment Structure by BW Architects. Image: John Stubbs

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North Lakes Fitout by Nielsen Workshop and Morgan Jenkins Architecture.

North Lakes Fitout by Nielsen Workshop and Morgan Jenkins Architecture. Image: Camera Obscura

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The Australian Institute of Architects has announced the winners of the 2016 Brisbane Regional Architecture Awards.

The jury awarded a total of 50 regional commendations, with three projects receiving honours across multiple categories.

The jury also awarded two additional honours, the John Dalton Award for Building of the Year and the House of the Year.

Heritage project Bayside Fire Station by Owen Architecture received the night’s highest honour, the John Dalton Award for Building of the Year.

The jury said the Bayside Fire Station was “an elegant response to the original fabric of Wynnum Fire Station. The strong streetscape is maintained by concentrating change to the rear, where a new internal volume inventively makes connection between upper floor and ground integrating the existing outdoor stair and lower floor fire engine bay for family living.”

House of the Year was awarded to House in Hamilton by Phorm Architecture and Design with Tato Architects.

The jury said: “Phorm & Tato reference the Queenslander, but it is not skirted by verandah. The house is a delightful version of the state’s post-war housing, a period of housing rarely a reference for design but it should be. Overhangs are pulled back to a minimum.

“Robust detail makes spaces sized for occupation with patios and porches added. It is not wasteful, it is not based on fashion. It is a house of dialogues, between client, cultures and architects.”

Projects that received a Regional Commendation will progress to the State Architecture Awards to be announced on 24 June. 

The full list of winners includes:

John Dalton Award for Building of the Year

Bayside Fire Station – Owen Architecture

House of the Year

House in Hamilton – Phorm Architecture and Design with Tato Architects 

Regional Commendations

Australian Institute of Architects Art and Architecture Prize (QLD)  

The Button Event – Kevin O’Brien Architects 

Influencing Community by Dion Seminara Architecture and Cobie Group. Image:  Darren Kerr

Public Architecture

Influencing Community – Dion Seminara Architecture and Cobie Group

Brisbane CityCat Ferry Terminals Renewal – Cox Rayner Architects with Aurecon

ELF 2B – Enhanced Land Force Stage 2 Phase 2B Gymnasium and Pool – BVN Conrad Gargett

Brisbane CityCat Ferry Terminals Renewal by Cox Rayner Architects with Aurecon. Image:  Christopher Frederick Jones

Urban Design

Brisbane CityCat Ferry Terminals Renewal – Cox Rayner Architects with Aurecon

The St Lucia Lakes Link, University of Queensland – Cox Rayner Architects

Bakery Lane – Hayes Anderson Lynch Architects

Learning Innovation Building at the University of Queensland by Richard Kirk Architect. Image:  Peter Bennetts

Educational Architecture

Cavendish Road State High School Year 7 Centre – Arklab Architecture

All Hallows’ School, Mary Place – Wilson Architects

University of Queensland Oral Health Centre – Cox Rayner Architects with Hames Sharley and Conrad Gargett Riddel

Learning Innovation Building at the University of Queensland – Richard Kirk Architect

Kimberley College Year 7 Flying Start Project – Guymer Bailey Architects

Centre for Children’s Health Research by Hassell. Image:  Christopher Frederick Jones

Commercial Architecture

Centre for Children’s Health Research – Hassell

Prospect Place – Steendyk

General Electric Headquarters, Springfield – Conrad Gargett

Hear and Say Centre Head Office ­– Project Possibility – The Buchan Group

Interior Architecture

Snelleman Tom Office Fitout – Tonic Design

Centre for Children’s Health Research – Hassell

Ostwald Brothers – Harry Poulos Architects

UnitingCare Queensland – Hassell

Virgin Australia Airport Lounge, Brisbane – Tonkin Zulaikha Greer

Queensland University of Technology Q Block Redevelopment – DWP/Suters

Woods Bagot Brisbane Studio – Woods Bagot

University of Queensland Oral Health Centre – Cox Rayner Architects with Hames Sharley and Conrad Gargett Riddel

Brisbane International Airport Retail Upgrade – Arkhefield and Richards and Spence in Collaboration

House in Hamilton by Phorm Architecture and Design with Tato Architects. Image:  Christopher Frederick Jones

Residential Architecture – Houses (New)

Annie Street – O’Neill Architecture

House in Hamilton – Phorm Architecture and Design with Tato Architects

Central Avenue – Vokes and Peters with Owen and Vokes and Peters

Fifth Avenue – O’Neill Architecture

Granville Residence – Richard Kirk Architect

Rosalie House – Owen Architecture

Carrick-Stalker House by Architectus and LookOUT Design. Image:  Christopher Frederick Jones

Residential Architecture – Houses (Alternations and Additions)

Bardon Residence – Kieron Gait Architects

Chapel Hill House – Reddog Architects

The Terraced House – Shaun Lockyer Architects

Wilston Garden Room – Vokes and Peters with Owen and Vokes and Peters

Carrick-Stalker House – Architectus and LookOUT Design

Project Zero – BVN

Wooloowin House – Owen Architecture

Camp Hill Extension – Nielsen Workshop and Morgan Jenkins Architecture

Botanica Residences by Rothelowman. Image:  Scott Burrows

Residential Architecture – Houses (Multiple Housing)

Brighton Twin Set – Push

Bothwell Street – Arkhefield

Botanica Residences – Rothelowman

Macquarie Street Residences – Arqus Design

Small Project Architecture

Eagle Street Vertical Village – Hassell

Dayboro Kindergarten – Reddog Architects

Garden Shed – Vokes and Peters with Owen and Vokes and Peters

North Lakes Fitout – Nielsen Workshop and Morgan Jenkins Architecture

Bayside Fire Station by Owen Architecture. Image:  Toby Scott

Heritage Architecture

Bayside Fire Station – Owen Architecture

Solar Verandah – Manly Heritage House – PHAB Architects

Victoria Bridge Abutment Structure – BW Architects 


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