Australian designs shortlisted at WAF

More than fifty Australian-designed projects are shortlisted for the 2012 World Architecture Festival Awards (WAF).

Completed Buildings

Civic and community

Keast Park Community Pavillion – Jackson Clements Burrows Architects
Saltwater Coast Lifestyle Centre – NH Architecture
The Concourse – FJMT


Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum – Cox Architecture, Cox Rayner Architects
Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) – Fender Katsalidis Architects
State Theatre Centre of Western Australia – Kerry Hill Architects
The Concourse – FJMT


Goodfellow Tree Kangaroo Exhibit, Taronga Zoo – BVN Architecture


Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer – Woodhead
Robina Hospital Expansion – BVN Architecture
St Vincent’s Private Hospital Young Adults Mental Health Unit – Woods Bagot
The Royal Children’s Hospital – Billard Leece Partnership and Bates Smart

Higher education/research

Biosciences Research Building – Lyons


Etihad Towers – DBI Design


Brisbane Street Additions – Rad Architecture
Cloud House – McBride Charles Ryan
Fairhaven Beach House – John Wardle Architects
Harold Street Residence – Jackson Clements Burrows Architects
Hill House – Andrew Maynard Architects
Seacliff House – Chris Elliott Architects
Separation Street – DKO Architecture


Common Ground Sydney – Hassell
Fitzgerald Street Housing Development – JCY Architects and Urban Designers
Monash University Student Housing, Clayton – BVN Architecture
Helios Residences – Guida Moseley Brown Architects
Martin No38 – Kerry Hill Architects

New and Old

The University of Western Sydney, Boilerhouse Precinct – Tanner Architects


AECOM Workplace – BVN Architecture
Dandenong Government Services Offices – Hassell
Darling Quarter – FJMT


Kerrie Murphy Building – Allen Jack+Cottier
Park Lake State School – Suters Architects
The Infinity Centre – McBride Charles Ryan


Chasing Kitsune – Hassell


HMAS Creswell Gymnasium – BVN Architecture
Noble Park Aquatic Centre – Suters Architects


Changi Airport Terminal 1 Redevelopment – Woodhead
Craigieburn Train Maintenance Facility – HBO+EMTB


Boustred House – Ian Moore Architects
Shearer’s Quarters – John Wardle Architects

Landscape Projects

Completed designs – urban

North Wharf Promenade, Silo Park and Jellicoe Street – Taylor Cullity Lethlean and Wright + Associates

Future Projects

Competition entries

Cronton Colliery Design Competition – Hassell
Perry Park – Hassell
Route de Meyrin CERN Campus_International Ideas Competition – Hassell


University of Sydney Business School – Woods Bagot


Man-Built Islands Dongqian Lake Concept Design – Hassell


South Australian Health and Medical Research Insitutte (SAHMRI) – Woods Bagot


Davenport/Wilson House – Shane Thompson Architects


Tianjin Binhai Transport Interchange, Public Domain – Hassell

Leisure led development

Caxton Street Boutique Hotel – Shane Thompson Architects


GCRT 2031 (Gold Coast Rapid Transit Corridor Study) – Hassell


Shenzhen Affordable Housing – Hassell
The Micro – DegenhartSHEDD Architecture + Urban Design

Timothy Moore, editor of Architecture Australia, joins fellow members of the Australian architectural community on the 54-member international judging panel – Kerry Hill, Michael Heenan, Chris Bosse, Domenic Alvaro, Richard Hassell and Donald Bates.

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