2014 New Zealand Architecture Awards

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ASB North Wharf by BVN Donovan and Jasmax in association was awarded the overall New Zealand Architecture Medal as well as being a winner in the Commercial Architecture, Interior Architecture and Sustainable Architecture categories.

ASB North Wharf by BVN Donovan and Jasmax in association was awarded the overall New Zealand Architecture Medal as well as being a winner in the Commercial Architecture, Interior Architecture and Sustainable Architecture categories. Image: John Gollings

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Regional Terminal at Christchurch airport by BVN Donovan and Jasmax in association was a winner in the Commercial Architecture and Interior Architecture categories.

Regional Terminal at Christchurch airport by BVN Donovan and Jasmax in association was a winner in the Commercial Architecture and Interior Architecture categories. Image: John Gollings

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Massey University Te Ara Hihiko College of Creative Arts by Athfield Architects was a winner in the Education and Sustainable Architecture categories.

Massey University Te Ara Hihiko College of Creative Arts by Athfield Architects was a winner in the Education and Sustainable Architecture categories. Image: Trends Publishing; Matt Paterson

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Victoria University of Wellington Campus Hub and Library Upgrade by Architectus and Athfield Architects was a winner in the Education category.

Victoria University of Wellington Campus Hub and Library Upgrade by Architectus and Athfield Architects was a winner in the Education category. Image: Paul McCredie

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AUT Sir Paul Reeves Building by Jasmax was a winner in the Education and Planning and Urban Design categories.

AUT Sir Paul Reeves Building by Jasmax was a winner in the Education and Planning and Urban Design categories. Image: Simon Devitt

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Cocker Townhouses by Claude Megson Architect was a winner in the Enduring Architecture category.

Cocker Townhouses by Claude Megson Architect was a winner in the Enduring Architecture category. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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A House at the Beach, Te Horo by Moller Architects was a winner in the Enduring Architecture category.

A House at the Beach, Te Horo by Moller Architects was a winner in the Enduring Architecture category.

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Dune House by Fearon Hay Architects was a winner in the Housing Category.

Dune House by Fearon Hay Architects was a winner in the Housing Category. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Headland Houseby Stevens Lawson Architects was a winner in the Housing category.

Headland Houseby Stevens Lawson Architects was a winner in the Housing category. Image: Mark Smith

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Central Park Apartments by Novak + Middleton was a winner in the Housing category.

Central Park Apartments by Novak + Middleton was a winner in the Housing category. Image: Paul McCredie

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Torea House by Tennent + Brown Architects was a winner in the Housing category.

Torea House by Tennent + Brown Architects was a winner in the Housing category. Image: Paul McCredie

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New Zealand Guest of Honour Pavilion by Patterson Associates and Inside Out Productions was a winner in the International Architecture category.

New Zealand Guest of Honour Pavilion by Patterson Associates and Inside Out Productions was a winner in the International Architecture category. Image: Jean-Luc Laloux

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Hurstmere Green by Sills van Bohemen was a winner in the Planning and Urban Design category.

Hurstmere Green by Sills van Bohemen was a winner in the Planning and Urban Design category. Image: Simon Devitt

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Dowse Square by Athfield Architects was a winner in the Planning and Urban Design category.

Dowse Square by Athfield Architects was a winner in the Planning and Urban Design category. Image: Trends Publishing; Matt Paterson

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Arruba Bach by Bossley Architects was a winner in the Small Architecture category.

Arruba Bach by Bossley Architects was a winner in the Small Architecture category. Image: Simon Devitt

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At the 2014 New Zealand Architecture Awards, Patrick Clifford, the Auckland-based director of Architectus, was honoured with the New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) Gold Medal. BVN Donovan Hill and Jasmax received a number of awards for ASB North Wharf, including the New Zealand Architecture Medal, and two further awards for the Regional Terminal at Christchurch Airport.

Announced on 9 May,  the 2014 New Zealand Architecture Awards recognised fifteen exceptional projects in all, in the nine categories as listed below. The May issue of Architecture New Zealand covers the awards in full.

2014 NZIA Gold Medallist, Patrick Clifford, Architectus. Image:  Jane Ussher

NZIA Gold Medal 

Patrick Clifford

New Zealand Architecture Medal

ASB North Wharf, Auckland – BVN Donovan and Jasmax in association

Commercial Architecture

ASB North Wharf, Auckland – BVN Donovan and Jasmax in association

Regional Terminal at Christchurch airport – BVN Donovan and Jasmax in association 

Education

Victoria University of Wellington Campus Hub and Library Upgrade, Kelburn, Wellington –Architectus and Athfield Architects

AUT Sir Paul Reeves Building, Auckland – Jasmax

Massey University Te Ara Hihiko College of Creative Arts, Wellington – Athfield Architects

Enduring Architecture

Cocker Townhouses, Freemans Bay, Auckland – Claude Megson Architect

A House at the Beach, Te Horo – Moller Architects 

Housing

Dune House, Omaha – Fearon Hay Architects

Headland House, Waiheke Island – Stevens Lawson Architects

Central Park Apartments, Wellington – Novak + Middleton

Torea House, Tasman District – Tennent + Brown Architects

Interior Architecture

ASB North Wharf, Auckland – BVN Donovan and Jasmax in association

Regional Terminal at Christchurch airport – BVN Donovan and Jasmax in association

International Architecture

New Zealand Guest of Honour Pavilion, Frankfurt, Germany – Patterson Associates and Inside Out Productions

Planning and Urban Design

Hurstmere Green, Takapuna, Auckland – Sills van Bohemen

Dowse Square, Lower Hutt – Athfield Architects

AUT Sir Paul Reeves Building, Auckland – Jasmax

Small Project Architecture

Arruba Bach, Franklin District – Bossley Architects

Sustainable Architecture

ASB North Wharf, Auckland – BVN Donovan and Jasmax in association

Massey University Te Ara Hihiko College of Creative Arts, Wellington – Athfield Architects


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