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2013 Northern Territory Architecture Awards

A commercial project that enhances the urban fabric of Alice Springs has taken the top prize in the 2013 Northern Territory Architecture Awards from the Australian Institute of Architects. The awards were held on Friday 7 June at the Darwin Sky Club, and presented by Former Chief Minister, Clare Martin. On the jury were: chair, Justin Hill (Kerry Hill Architects, Singapore), Brendan Meney (Brendan J Meney Architects), and Diana Richards (director, Northern Territory Library). Projects receiving a named award or an architecture award progress to the 2013 National Architecture Awards to be announced in Sydney on 7 November.

The Tracy Memorial Award

Green Well Building – Susan Dugdale & Associates

The Reverend John Flynn Award for Public Architecture
MacKillop Catholic College – Hassell.

MacKillop Catholic College – Hassell.

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MacKillop Catholic College – Hassell

Public Architecture Commendations

Australian Centre of Indigenous Knowledge and Education (ACIKE) – DKJ projects.architecture
Katherine Regional Cultural Precinct – DKJ projects.architecture

Residential Architecture – Houses Commendation
Green Well Building by Susan Dugdale & Associates.

Green Well Building by Susan Dugdale & Associates.

Image: Mike Gillam

Frangipani Finesse – Ajar Architects

Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing Commendation

AHL (Aboriginal Hostels Limited) Wadeye – Hodgkison

The Peter Dermoudy Award for Commercial Architecture Award
Royal Flying Doctor Service Alice Springs Tourist Facility by Zone A.

Royal Flying Doctor Service Alice Springs Tourist Facility by Zone A.

Image: Simon Pettit

Green Well Building – Susan Dugdale & Associates

Interior Architecture Commendations

Royal Flying Doctor Service Alice Springs Tourist Facility – Zone A
Australian Centre of Indigenous Knowledge and Education (ACIKE) – DKJ projects.architecture and Woodhead

The Yali McNamara Award for Small Project Architecture

Djakanimba Pavilions – Insideout Architects

Vestey’s Darwin High School Gymnasium by Woodhead Australia Architects.

Vestey’s Darwin High School Gymnasium by Woodhead Australia Architects.

Image: Tammy Neumann

Small Project Architecture Commendation

STUDIOfive – Susan Dugdale & Associates

Djakanimba Pavilions by Insideout Architects.

Djakanimba Pavilions by Insideout Architects.

Image: Monsoon Studio

Enduring Architecture Award

Vestey’s Darwin High School Gymnasium – Woodhead Australia Architects

The Colorbond Award for Steel Architecture

Djakanimba Pavilions – Insideout Architects

Steel Architecture Commendation

AHL (Aboriginal Hostels Limited) Wadeye – Hodgkison

The Indigenous Community Architecture Award

Djakanimba Pavilions – Insideout Architects

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