2017 Queensland Regional Architecture Awards: Central Queensland

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The Globe by Brian Hooper Architect and M3 Architecture.

The Globe by Brian Hooper Architect and M3 Architecture. Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Inverdon House by Chloe Naughton.

Inverdon House by Chloe Naughton. Image: Benjamin Hosking

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Rockhampton Hospital - New Ward Block by Jacobs and Hassell.

Rockhampton Hospital - New Ward Block by Jacobs and Hassell. Image: Ethan Rohloff

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Ringrose Residence by Brian Hooper Architect

Ringrose Residence by Brian Hooper Architect Image: Brian Hooper

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St Luke's Anglican School, Middle School Precinct by McLellan Bush Architects.

St Luke’s Anglican School, Middle School Precinct by McLellan Bush Architects. Image: Paul Beutel

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The 2017 Central Queensland Architecture Awards were announced on Friday 28 April at the Brisbane Convention Centre.

The Australian Institute of Architects Queensland Chapter recognized five projects with Regional Commendations. Of these two received additional honours.

The highest accolade, the J. W. Wilson Award for Building of the Year went to The Globe in Barcaldine by Brian Hooper Architect and M3 Architecture.

Inverdon House in Bowen by Chloe Naughton was awarded House of the Year. 

The Globe by Brian Hooper Architect and M3 Architecture. Image:  Christopher Frederick Jones

All projects recognized will progress to the Queensland State Architecture Awards, to be announced in Brisbane on 23 June.

The full list of winners and regional commendations are:

J. W. Wilson Award for Building of the Year

The Globe – Brian Hooper Architect and M3 Architecture

Inverdon House by Chloe Naughton. Image:  Benjamin Hosking

House of the Year

Inverdon House – Chloe Naughton

Regional Commendations 

Ringrose Residence – Brian Hooper Architect

Rockhampton Hospital - New Ward Block – Jacobs and Hassell

St Luke’s Anglican School, Middle School Precinct – McLellan Bush Architects 


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