Australian projects shortlisted in 2016 WAF Awards

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The Waterfront Pavilion by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp.

The Waterfront Pavilion by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp. Image: Brett Boardman

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Australian Army Museum of Military Engineering by BVN and Conrad Gargett in association.

Australian Army Museum of Military Engineering by BVN and Conrad Gargett in association. Image: John Gollings

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South East Regional Hospital by BVN.

South East Regional Hospital by BVN. Image: John Gollings

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University of Sydney Business School by Woods Bagot.

University of Sydney Business School by Woods Bagot. Image: WAF

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World Maritime University (Sweden) by Terroir and Kim Utzon Architecture.

World Maritime University (Sweden) by Terroir and Kim Utzon Architecture. Image: Mark Syke

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Canberra Airport Hotel by Bates Smart.

Canberra Airport Hotel by Bates Smart. Image: Rodrigo Vargas

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McLeod House by Ian Moore Architects.

McLeod House by Ian Moore Architects. Image: WAF

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Nannup Holiday House by Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects.

Nannup Holiday House by Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects. Image: Peter Bennetts

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CASA31_4 Room House by Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects and Caroline Di Costa Architects.

CASA31_4 Room House by Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects and Caroline Di Costa Architects. Image: Peter Bennetts

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Villa Marittima by Robin Williams Architect.

Villa Marittima by Robin Williams Architect. Image: Dean Bradley

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Indigo Slam by Smart Design Studio.

Indigo Slam by Smart Design Studio. Image: Sharrin Rees

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Anadara by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp.

Anadara by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp. Image: WAF

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10 Wylde Street by SJB.

10 Wylde Street by SJB. Image: Brett Boardman

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Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on Grey Street by Cox Rayner.

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on Grey Street by Cox Rayner. Image: WAF

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New Action Nishi by Fender Katsalidis Architects.

New Action Nishi by Fender Katsalidis Architects. Image: John Gollings

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The Brewery Yard by Tzannes.

The Brewery Yard by Tzannes. Image: John Gollings

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TransGrid Headquarters by Bates Smart.

TransGrid Headquarters by Bates Smart. Image: Brett Boardman

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Novartis Building by HDR Rice Daubney.

Novartis Building by HDR Rice Daubney. Image: Tyrone Branigan

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 Abbotsleigh Multi-Purpose Sports Hall – Allen Jack + Cottier

Abbotsleigh Multi-Purpose Sports Hall – Allen Jack + Cottier Image: Tyrone Branigan

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Quay Quarter Tower by 3XN Architects.

Quay Quarter Tower by 3XN Architects.

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Trousdale Mixed-Use Development (Malaysia) by BDA in collaboration with AECOM Landscape.

Trousdale Mixed-Use Development (Malaysia) by BDA in collaboration with AECOM Landscape.

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East Perth Power Station by Hassell.

East Perth Power Station by Hassell.

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Green Square Childcare Centre by Fox Johnston.

Green Square Childcare Centre by Fox Johnston.

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South Melbourne Primary School by Hayball.

South Melbourne Primary School by Hayball.

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Flood House by Cox Rayner.

Flood House by Cox Rayner.

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KACST Knowledge Center (Saudi Arabia) by LAVA Laboratory for Visionary Architecture.

KACST Knowledge Center (Saudi Arabia) by LAVA Laboratory for Visionary Architecture.

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The Goods Line by Aspect Studios with CHROFI.

The Goods Line by Aspect Studios with CHROFI. Image: Florian Groehn

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The shortlist for the 2016 World Architecture Festival Awards has been announced. More than 300 projects from 58 countries have been shortlisted. Among them are 24 Australian projects and additional international projects by Australian practices.

This year, the most populous category for Australian projects was House, in which five of the 17 houses shortlisted were local.

Architects of the shortlisted projects will be invited to present to the panel of jurors in Berlin during the World Architecture Festival, 16-18 November 2016.

A winner will be selected from each category and the 2016 World Building of the Year will be crowned from among the category winners.

The shortlisted Australian projects are:

The Waterfront Pavilion by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp. Image:  Brett Boardman

Completed Buildings

Civic and Community

The Waterfront Pavilion – Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp

Culture

Australian Army Museum of Military Engineering – BVN and Conrad Gargett in association

Display

The Waterfront Pavilion – Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp

South East Regional Hospital by BVN. Image:  John Gollings

Health

South East Regional Hospital – BVN

Higher Education and Research

University of Sydney Business School – Woods Bagot

World Maritime University (Sweden) – Terroir and Kim Utzon Architecture

Hotel and Leisure

Canberra Airport Hotel – Bates Smart

Indigo Slam by Smart Design Studio. Image:  Sharrin Rees

House

McLeod House – Ian Moore Architects

Nannup Holiday House – Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects

CASA31_4 Room House – Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects and Caroline Di Costa Architects

Villa Marittima – Robin Williams Architect

Indigo Slam – Smart Design Studio

Housing

Anadara – Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp

10 Wylde Street – SJB

New Action Nishi by Fender Katsalidis Architects. Image:  John Gollings

Mixed Use

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on Grey Street – Cox Rayner

New Action Nishi – Fender Katsalidis Architects

New and Old

The Brewery Yard – Tzannes

Office

TransGrid Headquarters – Bates Smart

Novartis Building – HDR Rice Daubney

Abbotsleigh Multi-Purpose Sports Hall – Allen Jack + Cottier Image:  Tyrone Branigan

Sport

Abbotsleigh Multi-Purpose Sports Hall – Allen Jack + Cottier

Transport

Brisbane Ferry Terminals Flood Renewal – Cox Rayner Architects in association with Aurecon

Future Buildings

Quay Quarter Tower by 3XN Architects.

Commercial Mixed Use

Quay Quarter Tower – 3XN Architects

Trousdale Mixed-Use Development (Malaysia) – BDA in collaboration with AECOM Landscape

Culture

East Perth Power Station – Hassell

South Melbourne Primary School by Hayball.

Education

Green Square Childcare Centre – Fox Johnston

South Melbourne Primary School – Hayball

House

Flood House – Cox Rayner

Office

KACST Knowledge Center (Saudi Arabia) – LAVA Laboratory for Visionary Architecture

Landscape

The Goods Line – Aspect Studios with CHROFI

Small Projects

Brisbane Ferry Terminals Flood Renewal – Cox Rayner Architects in association with Aurecon

The 2016 World Architecture Festival is co-located with the 2016 World Festival of Interiors. See the Australian projects shortlisted in the Inside World Festival of Interiors Awards here.


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