2014 World Architecture Festival Awards shortlist

Forty-four Australian and New Zealand projects have been shortlisted in July at the 2014 World Architecture Festival Awards, to be announced in Singapore 1–3 October. Almost 300 projects were shortlisted from fifty countries worldwide. Judges noted the exceptional nature and number of Australian health projects – with three of the four shortlisted in the Health category being Australian. Shortlisted in fourteen of the twenty-seven awards categories, Australian and New Zealand projects also excelled in Higher Education and Research, Landscape, Small Projects and Office categories. Here’s what they’re in the running for…

AGL Lakeside Pavilion by Anthony Nolan, Kennedy Associates.

AGL Lakeside Pavilion by Anthony Nolan, Kennedy Associates.

Image: Peter Bennetts

Civic and Community

  • AGL Lakeside Pavilion (NSW) – Anthony Nolan, Kennedy Associates

Culture

  • Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre (NSW) – Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (FJMT)
  • Garangula Gallery (NSW) – Fender Katsalidis Mirams Architects
    Cellular Tessellation (NSW) – Abedian School of Architecture, Bond University.

    Cellular Tessellation (NSW) – Abedian School of Architecture, Bond University.

    Image: Patrick Borland

Display

  • Cellular Tessellation (NSW) – Abedian School of Architecture, Bond University
  • Christchurch Botanical Gardens Centre (NZ) – Pattersons Associates
  • Te Kaitaka ‘The Cloak’ (NZ) – Fearon Hay Architects
Medical Science 2, University of Tasmania by  Lyons.

Medical Science 2, University of Tasmania by Lyons.

Image: John Gollings

Health

  • Chris O’Brien Lifehouse (NSW) – HDR Rice Daubney
  • Dandenong Mental Health Facility (Vic) – Bates Smart (in association with The Irwin Alsop Group)
  • Whyalla Regional Cancer Centre Redevelopment (SA) – Hames Sharley
Abedian School of Architecture, Bond University by CRAB Studio.

Abedian School of Architecture, Bond University by CRAB Studio.

Image: Peter Bennetts

Higher Education and Research

  • Abedian School of Architecture, Bond University (Qld) – CRAB Studio
  • Australian PlantBank (NSW) – BVN Donovan Hill
  • Deakin University, Burwood Highway Frontage building (Vic) – Woods Bagot
  • Griffith University: Rescuing the Declining Campus (Qld) – Cox Rayner Architects
  • Medical Science 2, University of Tasmania (Tas) – Lyons
  • Sustainable Industries Education Centre – Tonsley Tafe (SA) – MPH Architects
    Stamp House by Charles Wright Architects.

    Stamp House by Charles Wright Architects.

    Image: Patrick Bingham-Hall

Hotel and Leisure

  • Crown Mahogany Room (Vic) – Bates Smart

House

  • Aperture House (Qld) – Cox Rayner Architects & Twofold Studio
  • Moor House (Vic) – Andrew Maynard Architects
  • Pittwater House (NSW) – Andrew Burges Architects
    Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (FJMT).

    Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (FJMT).

    Image: John Gollings

  • Stamp House (Qld) – Charles Wright Architects

Housing

  • Constance Street Public Housing (Qld) – Cox Rayner Architects
  • SILT (Qld) – Bureau Proberts

Villa

  • Dune House (NZ) – Fearon Hay Architects
  • Emerald Bluffs House (NZ) – RTA Studio
  • Offset House (NZ) – Irving Smith Jack Architects

New and Old

  • Sustainable Industries Education Centre – Tonsley Tafe (SA) – MPH Architects
    ASB North Wharf by BVN Donovan Hill in association with Jasmax.

    ASB North Wharf by BVN Donovan Hill in association with Jasmax.

    Image: John Gollings

  • Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery (Tas) – Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (FJMT)
  • 41X, Australian Institute of Architects (Vic) – Lyons
  • ASB North Wharf (NZ) – BVN Donovan Hill in association with Jasmax
  • Liberty Place (NSW) – Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (FJMT)
  • National Australia Bank, 700 Bourke St, Melbourne (Vic) – Woods Bagot
    National Arboretum Canberra by Taylor Cullity Lethlean and Tonkin Zulaikha Greer.

    National Arboretum Canberra by Taylor Cullity Lethlean and Tonkin Zulaikha Greer.

    Image: Christopher Frederick Jones

Production Energy and Recycling

  • Lune de Sang Sheds (NSW) – CHROFI
  • Sir Samuel Griffith Centre (Qld) – Cox Rayner Architects

Transport

  • Regional Terminal at Christchurch Airport (NZ) – BVN Donovan Hill

Landscape

  • Flinders Street: Reviving Main Street Townsville (Qld) – Cox Rayner Architects
  • Griffith University: Rescuing the Declining Campus (Qld) – Cox Rayner Architects
  • Jim Stynes Bridge (Vic) – Cox Architecture
  • National Arboretum Canberra (ACT) – Taylor Cullity Lethlean and Tonkin Zulaikha Greer
  • Top Ryde City Living (NSW) – Taylor Brammer Landscape Architects

Small Projects

  • Cook Park Amenities (NSW) – Fox Johnston
  • Loreto Archives Centre (Vic) – Gray Puksand
  • Sydney Harbour Ferry Wharves Upgrade (NSW) – GroupGSA

Future Projects

  • The Olive Grove (NSW) – Ian Moore Architects
  • Three Chimneys House (NSW) – Allen Jack+Cottier Architects
  • Weddell’s First Neighbourhoods – Urban Design Concept (NT)– Troppo Architects with Taylor Cullity Lethlean
  • Wentworth Park Competition (NSW) – Fox Johnston-Nettleton Tribe

The World Architecture Festival runs concurrently with INSDIE World Festival of Interiors. See Australian projects shortlisted at the 2014 INSIDE Awards.

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