Australians win Architizer A+ Awards 2017

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Devil's Corner by Cumulus Studio

Devil’s Corner by Cumulus Studio Image: Tanja Milbourne

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Upper House by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects.

Upper House by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects. Image: John Gollings

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Ian Potter National Conservatory by CHROFI.

Ian Potter National Conservatory by CHROFI.

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Three Australian projects are among the category winners of the 2017 Architizer A+ Awards.

More than 5,000 entries from more than 100 countries were received this year. Five finalists were chosen in each of the 102 categories and a jury-selected winner and popular choice winner were awarded.

Australia’s jury-selected winners were Devil’s Corner by Cumulus Studio in the Commercial – Mixed Use category and Upper House by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects in the Residential – Multi Unit Housing – High Rise (16+ Floors) category.

The proposed Ian Potter National Conservatory by CHROFI was the popular choice winner in the Institutional – Unbuilt category.

A further four Australian projects were named finalists. They were:

Hospitality – Hotels and Resorts

Pumphouse Point – Cumulus Studio

Residential – Residential Interiors

Fitzroy Loft – Architects EAT

Unfurled House – Christopher Polly Architect

Sport and Recreation – Unbuilt Sports and Recreation

Green Square Gunyama Park and Aquatic Centre – CHROFI

In addition, Sydney Park Water Re-Use Project by Turf Design Studio and Environmental Partnership received a Special Mention.

The jury was made up of more 400 members of the global architecture, art and design communities and included Australians Rory Hyde and Shelley Penn, as well as international architects such as Richard Meier and Patrik Schumacher. The jury also included celebrities such as Australian model Elle Macpherson.

To view the full list of winners, click here.


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