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Australian projects in the running for inaugural Dezeen Awards

Twenty-three Australian projects are among the 218 architecture projects longlisted for the 2018 Dezeen Awards.

The awards program, which is a new initiative by the international design blog, attracted more than 3,500 submissions in 91 different countries. The program is divided into three main category groups: interiors, design and architecture. Special awards for Architect of the Year and Emerging Architect of the Year will recognize all-round design excellence for a body of work.

Australian projects are longlisted in every architecture category and are particularly well represented in the hospitality category, with six longlisted entries.

The longlist will be judged by a panel of international judges, which includes Astrid Klein (Klein Dytham Architecture, Amanda Levete (ALA), Sadie Morgan (DRMM), John Pawson (John Pawson Architects), Thomas Heatherwick (Heatherwick Studio) and Ma Yansong (Mad Architects). The shortlist will be announced in August.

The longlisted Australian projects are:

House

House and Studio Lambeth (UK) – Carmody Groarke

King Bill – Austin Maynard Architects

Oikos at Breakneck Gorge – Robert Nichol and Sons

Housing project

CF Row – Woods Bagot

Cirqua ApartmentsBKK Architects

Nightingale 1 – Breathe Architecture

Short Lane – Woods Bagot

Tall building

Banksia Apartments – McBride Charles Ryan

Civic and cultural building

Learning and Teaching Building, Monash University – John Wardle Architects

Macquarie University IncubatorArchitectus

Business building

1 William Street – Woods Bagot

Hospitality building

Barangaroo House – Collins and Turner

Freycinet Lodge – Liminal Architecture

JackalopeCarr Design Group

krakani lumi – Taylor and Hinds Architects

Paramount House Hotel – Breathe Architecture

Pt Leo Estate – Jolson Architecture and Interiors

Rebirth project

Captain Kelly’s CottageJohn Wardle Architects

Gibbon StCavill Architects

Studio in a Ruin (UK) – Carmody Groarke

Small building

BrickfaceAustin Maynard Architects

MPavilionOMA

Terrarium HouseJohn Ellway Architect

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