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2013 Tasmanian Architecture Awards

Twenty projects were recognized at the 2013 Tasmanian Architecture Awards from the Australian Institute of Architects, presented on Saturday 15 June at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG). On the jury were: chair, Bevan Rees (sole practitioner); Stuart Tanner (Stuart Tanner Architects); Rachel Neeson (Neeson Murcutt Architects); Daniel Lane (Preston Lane Architects); and Dale Campisi (writer and entrepreneur).

Projects receiving a named award or an architecture award progress to the 2013 National Architecture Awards to be announced in Sydney on 7 November.

Alan C Walker Award for Public Architecture
Bridgewater LINC + Child + Family Centre by Liminal Architecture.

Bridgewater LINC + Child + Family Centre by Liminal Architecture.

Image: Jonathan Wherrett

Bridgewater LINC + Child + Family Centre – Liminal Architecture

Public Architecture Award
Wellspring Anglican Church by 1+2 Architecture.

Wellspring Anglican Church by 1+2 Architecture.

Image: Courtesy 1+2 Architecture

Wellspring Anglican Church – 1+2 Architecture

Commendation
Mountain Retreat Medical Centre by Circa Morris-Nunn.

Mountain Retreat Medical Centre by Circa Morris-Nunn.

Image: Peter Whyte

Royal Hobart Hospital ICU/HDU – Vincent Chrisp & Partners & Jawsarchitects

Heritage Architecture Award
Churchill Residence by Rosevear Architects.

Churchill Residence by Rosevear Architects.

Image: Jonathan Wherrett

Wellspring Anglican Church – 1+2 Architecture

The Colin Philp Award for Commercial Architecture
Meeting Room, St Mary's Cathedral Centre by Circa Morris-Nunn.

Meeting Room, St Mary’s Cathedral Centre by Circa Morris-Nunn.

Image: Peter Whyte

Mountain Retreat Medical Centre – Circa Morris-Nunn

Commercial Architecture Award
Omnipod by Rosevear Architects.

Omnipod by Rosevear Architects.

Image: Jonathan Wherrett

Josef Chromy Cellar Door and Wine Centre – Birrelli art + design + architecture

Commendation

Southern Swan – Core Collective

Esmond Dorney Award for Residential Architecure – Houses (New)

Churchill Residence – Rosevear Architects

Residential Architecture Award – Houses (New)

Napoleon StreetMaria Gigney Architects

Commendation

Annie & Peter’s House – 1+2 Architecture

Residential Architecture Commendation – Houses (Alts & Adds)

Harrington House – Booth&Watts

Residential Architecture Commendation – Multiple Housing

40 Brisbane Street – Morrison & Breytenbach Architects

The Peter Willmott Award for Small Project Architecture

Omnipod – Rosevear Architects

Urban Design Awards

GASP! Stage 1 – Room 11 Studio
Princes Wharf Shed 1 – Circa Morris-Nunn

The Alexander North Award for Interior Architecture

Meeting Room / St Mary’s Cathedral Centre – Circa Morris-Nunn

Sustainable Architecture Award

Sustainability Learning Centre – Morrison & Breytenbach Architects

Enduring Architecture Award

152 Macquarie Street Hobart (Scottish Union) – Hartley Wilson & Bolt Architects

Colorbond Award for Steel Architecture
Harrington House by booth&watts.

Harrington House by booth&watts.

Image: Peter Booth

Omnipod – Rosevear Architects

John Lee Archer Triennial Prize

MONA – Museum of Old and New Art – Fender Katsalidis Architects

Honourable Mention

Makers’ Workshop – Terroir

People’s Choice Prize

Harrington House – Booth&Watts

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