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2019 Newcastle Architecture Awards

The Australian Institute of Architects announced the winners of the 2019 Newcastle Architecture Awards on 21 March.

The top prize in the program, the Newcastle Jury Prize, went to Chrofi Architects with McGregor Coxall for the Maitland Riverlink, a grand arch in the Lower Hunter Valley town that the jury described as “just meant to be.” The project also took home the Awards for Public Architecture and Urban Design.

Elsewhere, EJE Architecture won two awards in the Heritage Architecture category for the Newcastle Signal Box and The Station, while SHAC also won two awards, with St Pius X High School Library picking up awards in Educational Architecture and the Colorbond Award for Steel Architecture.

Jury chair Georgina Wilson said the entries in the 2019 program were “‘a testament to the local architects and community.

“It was wonderful to witness the energy, commitment and ambition of the community towards achieving great imaginative outcomes for the built environment of this area.’”

NSW chapter president Kathryn Loseby, who sat on the jurym said “Greater Newcastle will continue to be an exciting place to watch into the future.”

The award winners are now eligible for the NSW Architecture Awards, which will be announced later in 2019.

2019 Newcastle Architecture Awards

Newcastle Jury Prize

Maitland Riverlink – Chrofi Architects with McGregor Coxall

Educational Architecture

Award

St Pius X High School Library – SHAC

Public Architecture

St Pius X High School Library by SHAC.

St Pius X High School Library by SHAC.

Image: Alexander McIntyre

Award

Maitland Riverlink – Chrofi Architects with McGregor Coxall

Residential Architecture – Houses (New)

Award

Greenacres – Austin Maynard Architects

Commendations

Twenty One Flowerdale – SDA

Macmasters Beach Courtyard House – Matt Thitchener Architect

Greenacres by Austin Maynard Architects.

Greenacres by Austin Maynard Architects.

Image: Tess Kelly

Residential Architecture – Houses (Multiple Housing)

Award

The Edge – CKDS Architecture

Heritage

Awards

The Station, Newcastle – EJE Architecture

The Newcastle Signal Box – EJE Architecture

The Newcastle Signal Box by EJE Architecture.

The Newcastle Signal Box by EJE Architecture.

Image: Murray McKean

Interior Architecture

Award

Ginger Megs X – Derive Architecture and Design

Commendation

Regis Elermore Vale – Jackson Teece

Urban Design

Award

Maitland Riverlink – Chrofi Architects with McGregor Coxall

Maitland Riverlink by Chrofi Architects with McGregor Coxall.

Maitland Riverlink by Chrofi Architects with McGregor Coxall.

Image: Chrofi

Sustainable Architecture

Award

Graham Whiteing Residence – True North Architects

Colorbond Award for Steel Architecture

St Pius X High School Library – SHAC

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