The Australian Institute of Architects has released the shortlist for the 2019 Tasmanian Architecture Awards.
There were 40 entries to the program this year, with the shortlisted projects covering a range of building types – from a major art gallery expansion to small coastal houses.
Jury chair Neal Mackintosh, director of JAWS Architects, said “As usual, a high level of inventiveness is evident, with Tasmanian architects stretching lean budgets to produce spatially rich and engaging buildings.”
Award winners will be announced at a presentation on 6 July.
2019 Tasmanian Architecture Awards shortlist
Crump Treehouse – Crump Architects
Dales of Derby – Philip M Dingemanse
Devonport Living City Stage 1 – Lyons with Maddison Architects and Birrelli
Domain Community Hub – Field Labs
Farm Hill House – Preston Lane
Floodlight House – Crump Architects
Freycinet Lodge Coastal Pavilions – Liminal Architecture
Glasshouse – Preston Lane
Glenorchy Health Centre – Liminal Architecture with DesignInc
House at Otago Bay – Topology Studio
Kosaten Launceston – Cumulus Studio
Manuka Road – Morrison and Breytenbach Architects
Mount Stuart Greenhouse – Bence Mulcahy
Pharos – Fender Katsalidis
SUSH – Core Collective Architects with Christopher Clinton Architect
TasPorts Cruise Ship Shelters – Cumulus Studio
The Bae Tas – Workbylizandalex
Trapper and Burt’s – 1+2 Architecture
Ulverstone Secondary College Year 11 and 12 – Philp Lighton Architects