2016 Houses Awards shortlist: Emerging Architecture Practice

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Laneway House by 9point9 Architects.

Laneway House by 9point9 Architects. Image: Matthew Gianoulis

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Hip & Gable by Architecture Architecture.

Hip & Gable by Architecture Architecture. Image: Peter Bennetts

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St Kilda East by Claire Scorpo Architects.

St Kilda East by Claire Scorpo Architects.

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Bondi Barn by Clayton Orszaczky.

Bondi Barn by Clayton Orszaczky. Image: Murray Fredericks

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Paddington Project by CM Studio.

Paddington Project by CM Studio. Image: Caroline McCredie

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Tunnel House by MODO Architecture.

Tunnel House by MODO Architecture. Image: Peter Bennetts

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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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Garth by Ola Studio.

Garth by Ola Studio. Image: Derek Swalwell

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Goulburn Valley House by Rob Kennon Architects.

Goulburn Valley House by Rob Kennon Architects. Image: Derek Swalwell

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St Kilda East House by Taylor Knights.

St Kilda East House by Taylor Knights. Image: Fraser Marsden

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Maroubra House by THOSE Architects.

Maroubra House by THOSE Architects. Image: Luc Remond

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Eleven practices in this category have been shortlisted in the 2016 Houses Awards. Winners and commendations will be announced at a gala presentation on 22 July at Sydney’s Doltone House. See the full image gallery of shortlisted projects here.

2016 shorlist: Emerging Architecture Practice

9point9 Architects
Architecture Architecture
Claire Scorpo Architects
Clayton Orszaczky
CM Studio
MODO Architecture
Nielsen Workshop and Morgan Jenkins Architecture
Ola Studio
Rob Kennon Architects
Taylor Knights
THOSE Architects

The Emerging Architecture Practice category is supported by Blum.


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