2016 ArchiTeam Awards

The 2016 ArchiTeam Awards have recognized 10 Australian projects, with four Victorian practices and one Queensland practice receiving category awards and five practices receiving commendations.

Zoe Geyer, director of ArchiTeam, said: “The quality and number of entries this year was unprecedented, with many projects showing how intelligent, adaptive, small-footprint design solutions can result in better design outcomes for those living or working in the buildings.”

The 2016 judges were Mel Bright (director of Make Architecture), Juliet Moore (director at Edwards Moore) and Philip Thalis (founding principal of Hill Thalis Architecture and Urban Projects).

Acute House by OOF! Architecture.

Acute House by OOF! Architecture.

Image: Nic Granleese

The winners are:

ArchiTeam Medal

Fish Creek – Edition Office

Residential – New

Winner

Fish Creek – Edition Office

Commendation

Black House – Krisna Cheung

Residential – Alterations

Studio Garage by Krisna Cheung.

Studio Garage by Krisna Cheung.

Image: Courtesy Krisna Cheung

Winner

Acute House – OOF! Architecture

Commendations

The Kite – Architecture Architecture

Shoreham III – Claire Scorpo Architects

Lean-To House – Warc Studio

Commercial

Tambo Fire Engine Shed by Cloud Dwellers.

Tambo Fire Engine Shed by Cloud Dwellers.

Image: Richard Birchley

Winner

Studio Garage – Krisna Cheung

Commendation

Cambridge Street – Edition Office

Community (Sustainability winner)

Winner

Tambo Fire Engine Shed – Cloud Dwellers

Commendation

Half Egg – Black Line One X Architects and Jean-Paul Rollo Architects

The Water Room by Thomas Winwood Architecture.

The Water Room by Thomas Winwood Architecture.

Image: Courtesy Thomas Winwood

Special Mention

Melbourne Architours – Social Design and Architecture

Unbuilt

Winner

The Water Room – Thomas Winwood Architecture

Winning projects and general submissions will be displayed at No Vacancy Gallery, QV in Melbourne from 14–27 November. For further information visit architeam.net.au.

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