2015 Houses Awards shortlist: Apartment or Unit

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Brunswick Residence by Project 12 Architecture.

Brunswick Residence by Project 12 Architecture. Image: Jessie Prince

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Burnley by Rob Kennon Architects.

Burnley by Rob Kennon Architects. Image: Brooke Holm

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Byron Hall Apartment by Stephen Collier Architects.

Byron Hall Apartment by Stephen Collier Architects. Image: Peter Bennetts

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Darlinghurst Apartment by Brad Swartz.

Darlinghurst Apartment by Brad Swartz. Image: Katherine Lu

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International Lodge by Ian Moore Architects.

International Lodge by Ian Moore Architects. Image: Iain D MacKenzie

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Melbourne Residence by Elenberg Fraser.

Melbourne Residence by Elenberg Fraser. Image: Peter Clarke

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QV8 by Breathe Architecture.

QV8 by Breathe Architecture. Image: Peter Clarke

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The Strand by Whiting Architects.

The Strand by Whiting Architects. Image: Sharyn Cairns

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Two Steps by Nicholas Gurney.

Two Steps by Nicholas Gurney. Image: Katherine Lu

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Walsh Street by Neometro in collaboration with MA Architects (Architecture) and Carr Design Group (Interiors).

Walsh Street by Neometro in collaboration with MA Architects (Architecture) and Carr Design Group (Interiors). Image: Derek Swalwell

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Ten projects from this category have been shortlisted in the 2015 Houses Awards. Winners and commendations will be announced at a gala presentation on 31 July at Melbourne’s NGV International. See the full image gallery of shortlisted projects here.

2015 shortlist: Apartment or Unit  

Brunswick Residence – Project 12 Architecture
Burnley – Rob Kennon Architects
Byron Hall Apartment – Stephen Collier Architects
Darlinghurst Apartment – Brad Swartz
International Lodge – Ian Moore Architects
Melbourne Residence – Elenberg Fraser
QV8 – Breathe Architecture
The Strand – Whiting Architects
Two Steps – Nicholas Gurney
Walsh Street – Neometro in collaboration with MA Architects (Architecture) and Carr Design Group (Interiors)

The Apartment or Unit category is supported by Maximum.


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