2015 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards

The 2015 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards were announced at a breakfast event on Thursday 20 August. The annual awards program recognizes creative and inspired applications of timber in both commercial and residential projects.

From over 100 entries, 13 projects were recognized across five categories, with one Overall Winner. The Overall Winner for 2015 was the Library at the Dock project by Clare Design, which also won the Commercial Interior Award.

“After five years of the Intergrain Timber Vision Awards, we continue to be astounded by the breadth and beauty of timber use in Australian design,” said Amanda Chalmers, Intergrain Brand Manager – Trade. “We were moved by the simplicity and honesty of this year’s entries. Each winning project has its own unique qualities, yet collectively they embody Australia’s desire to showcase timber thoughtfully and let the true quality of the material speak for itself.”

Category winners each received a $2,000 cash prize and $3,000 worth of Intergrain products. On the jury were: Richard Kirk (KIRK), Jane Irwin (Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture), Kendra Pinkus (Bates Smart) and Cameron Bruhn (Architecture Media).

Library at The Dock by Clare Design (design architects) and Hayball (architects of record).

Library at The Dock by Clare Design (design architects) and Hayball (architects of record).

Image: Dianna Snape

Overall Winner

Library at The DockClare Design (design architects) and Hayball (architects of record)

Commercial Interior Award

Library at The DockClare Design (design architects) and Hayball (architects of record)

Commendations

Abbots & Kinney – studio-gram

Bresic Whitney Hunters Hill – Chenchow Little

Special mention

Pumphouse Point – Cumulus Studio

The Mornington Centre Stage 2 by Billard Leece Partnership.

The Mornington Centre Stage 2 by Billard Leece Partnership.

Image: Shannon McGrath

Commercial Exterior Award

The Mornington Centre Stage 2 – Billard Leece Partnership

Commendation

Australian Grains Genebank (AGG) – H2o Architects

Lagoon House by Taylor and Hinds Architects.

Lagoon House by Taylor and Hinds Architects.

Image: Jonathan Wherrett


Residential Interior Award

Lagoon HouseTaylor and Hinds Architects

Commendation

Panorama Drive – Vokes and Peters with Owen and Vokes and Peters

Special mention

Carbon Positive HouseArchiBlox

Moonlight Cabin by Jackson Clements Burrows.

Moonlight Cabin by Jackson Clements Burrows.

Image: Jeremy Weihrauch/Gollings Photography

Residential Exterior Award

Moonlight Cabin – Jackson Clements Burrows

Commendations

Local HouseMAKE Architecture

Lagoon HouseTaylor and Hinds Architects

Jubilee Playground by Sue Barnsley Design.

Jubilee Playground by Sue Barnsley Design.

Image: Brett Boardman

Public Space Award

Jubilee Playground – Sue Barnsley Design

Commendation

Articulated Timber Ground – The University of Melbourne

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