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2019 ACT Architecture Awards

Victorian practice Austin Maynard Architects has clinched the top honour at the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2019 ACT Architecture Awards.

The project, Empire house, was presented with the Canberra Medallion by ACT planning and land management minster Mick Gentleman. It also received the Gene Willsford Award for Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions).

Jury chair Sarah Truscott said, “Empire is located on a road that forms a key part of Burley Griffin’s masterplan. The architects have shown respect for Canberra’s built heritage by preserving the best of this home and creating smart additional living spaces inside and out for all seasons.”

The 2019 ACT Architecture Awards attracted 37 entries with 30 receiving awards or commendations. “Each year our awards showcase the extraordinary talent of the architecture profession and the outstanding buildings it produces and this year is no exception,” said ACT chapter president Philip Leeson. “The architects and their projects recognized by this year’s jury will enter the canon of great architecture that has contributed to the city of Canberra that we love.”

The winners of awards and named awards will now advance to the National Architecture Awards, to be announced on 7 November.

The winners are:

Canberra Medallion

Empire – Austin Maynard Architects

Public Architecture

Commendation

Cricket ACT – Clarke Keller

Educational Architecture

The Enrico Taglietti Award

ANU Hanna Neumann Building – Clarke Keller and DWP Design Worldwide Partnership

ANU Hanna Neumann Building by Clarke Keller and DWP Design Worldwide Partnership.

ANU Hanna Neumann Building by Clarke Keller and DWP Design Worldwide Partnership.

Image: Rodrigo Vargas

Award

CGGS Early Learning Centre – Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn

Commercial Architecture

Commendation

Manuka Oval Media and Function Centre – Populous

Interior Architecture

The W. Hayward Morris Award

ANU Hanna Neumann Building – Clarke Keller and DWP Design Worldwide Partnership

ANU Hanna Neumann Building by Clarke Keller and DWP Design Worldwide Partnership.

ANU Hanna Neumann Building by Clarke Keller and DWP Design Worldwide Partnership.

Image: Rodrigo Vargas

Commendation

Denman Village Shops – AMC Architecture

Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions)

The Gene Willsford Award

Empire – Austin Maynard Architects

Empire by Austin Maynard Architects.

Empire by Austin Maynard Architects.

Image: Derek Swalwell

Award

Yarralumla Shed – Gerard O’Connell

Residential Architecture – Houses (New)

The Malcolm Moir and Heather Sutherland Award

Concrete House – Rob Henry Architects

Concrete House by Rob Henry Architects.

Concrete House by Rob Henry Architects.

Image: Light Studies

Awards

Red Hill House – Mathieson Architects

Courtyard House – Rob Henry Architects

Commendation

Carwoola House – de Rome Architects

Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing

The Sydney Ancher Award

Edgeworth Apartments – Cox Architecture

Edgeworth Apartments by Cox Architecture.

Edgeworth Apartments by Cox Architecture.

Image: Ben Wrigley

Commendations

Shophouse – Judd Studio

Warehouse – Judd Studio

Small Project Architecture

The Cynthia Breheny Award

Charly_Demonstrator – Stack Space

Charly_Demonstrator by Stack Space.

Charly_Demonstrator by Stack Space.

Image: Janet Thomson

Sustainable Architecture

The Derek Wrigley Award

CGGS Early Learning Centre – Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn

CGGS Early Learning Centre by Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn.

CGGS Early Learning Centre by Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn.

Image: Ben Wrigley

Award

Courtyard House – Rob Henry Architects

Enduring Architecture

The Sir Roy Grounds Award

Wybalena Grove (1974) – Michael Dysart

Wybalena Grove (1974) by Michael Dysart.

Wybalena Grove (1974) by Michael Dysart.

Image: Can Ercan

Colorbond Award for Steel Architecture

Shophouse – Judd Studio

Chapter Awards and Prizes

The Pamille Berg Award for Art in Architecture

ANU Hanna Neumann Building – Clarke Keller and DWP Design Worldwide Partnership

The Robert Foster Award for Light in Architecture

Red Hill House – Mathieson Architects

Red Hill House by Mathieson Architects.

Red Hill House by Mathieson Architects.

Image: Romello Pereira

Architectural Professional Practice Award

Eric Martin, Eric Martin and Associates

President’s Medal

Paul Barnett, Paul Barnett Design Group

Clem Cummings Medal

Jenny Edwards, Lighthouse Architecture and Science

Emerging Architect Prize

Will Gardner, Guida Moseley Brown Architects

ACT Chapter Student Medallion

Byron Kelly, University of Canberra

Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn Graduate Prize

Mark Bersolto, University of Canberra

John Redmond Prize

Justin Williams, University of Canberra

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