2019 NSW Country Division Awards

The Australian Institute of Architects has revealed the winners of the 2019 edition of the NSW Country Division Awards.

The top award in the program, the James Barnet award, went to Takt Studio for its Cloud House in Bowral. The house was recognized in a number of categories, and won awards in the Residential Architecture – Houses (New), an honour it shared with another Takt Studio project, Blade House.

Jury chair Virginia Wong-See, of Architecture at Altitude, said “The highly crafted project offers a legacy for future generations. With exceptional craftsmanship the building is designed to age graciously, timeless in its aesthetic.”

Other winners included Ian Sercome Architect, which won the award for Public Architecture for the Tuncurry Resource Recovery Centre in Forster.

“The centre addressed the ideas of sustainability and recycling both during construction and through education, helping the Mid-Coast Council in Forster work towards a zero-waste target,” said See.

Katherine Loseby, president of the NSW chapter of the Institute, said, “Regional architects make a significant contribution not only to the profession but more importantly in the vital role they play in creating local designs that support more sustainable and connected communities.”

The winners of the 2019 Country Division Awards are

James Barnet Award

Winner

Cloud Cottage – Takt Studio

Public Architecture

Winner

Tuncurry Resource Recovery Centre – Ian Sercombe Architect

Commercial Architecture Award

Commendation

Spicers Sangoma Retreat – Barbara Tarnawski Architects

Spicers Sangoma Retreat by Barbara Tarnawski Architects.

Spicers Sangoma Retreat by Barbara Tarnawski Architects.

Image: Hamilton Lund

Residential Architecture – Houses (New)

Winners

Cloud Cottage – Takt Studio

Blade House – Takt Studio

Commendation

Eyrie House – Local Architect South Coast

Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions)

Winner

March House – Source Architects

Commendation

Exoskeleton House – Takt Studio

Interior Architecture

Winner

March House – Source Architects

Exoskeleton House by Takt Studio.

Exoskeleton House by Takt Studio.

Image: Tim Shaw

Heritage Architecture

Winner

Kingscliff Community Hall and Amenities – Aspect Architecture

Commendation

March House – Source Architects

Residential Architecture – Affordable Housing (under $400,000)

Commendation

Charlotte Shack – Ian Sercombe Architect

Small Projects

Commendation

Fingal Oasis – Aspect Architecture

Fingal Oasis by Aspect Architecture.

Fingal Oasis by Aspect Architecture.

Image: Fatfish Photography

Sustainable Architecture

Commendation

Tuncurry Resource Recovery Centre – Ian Sercombe Architect

Vision Award

Commendation

Plan Rand Regional Design Service

Termimesh Timber Award

Cloud Cottage – Takt Studio

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