Australian wins at 2013 WAF and INSIDE

Australia scooped three of the highest awards at the 2013 World Architecture Festival (WAF), winning World Building of the Year for Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Landscape Project of the Year for The Australian Garden, Cranbourne, and Future Project of the Year for the National Maritime Museum of China. Below is the full list of Australia’s category wins and high commendations at WAF and the concurrent World Festival of Interiors INSIDE.

2013 WAF Awards: Australian wins

World Building of the Year
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki (NZ) – fjmt (Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp) in association with Archimedia

Future Project of the Year
National Maritime Museum of China – Cox Rayner Architects

Landscape Project of the Year
The Australian Garden, Cranbourne – Taylor Cullity Lethlean and Paul Thompson

Categories: Completed Projects

Culture
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki (NZ) – fjmt (Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp) in association with Archimedia

Health High Commendation
Kinghorn Cancer Centre Sydney – BVN Donovan Hill

House
The Left-Over-Space House – Cox Rayner Architects, Casey and Rebekah Vallance

House High Commendation
HOUSE House – Andrew Maynard Architects

Housing
28th Street Apartments – Koning Eizenberg Architects

Higher Eduction High Commendation
Swanston Academic Building, RMIT University
Lyons

Religion High Commendation
St Barnabas Anglican Churchfjmt (Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp)

Sport High Commendation
Wanangkura Stadium – ARM Architects

Transport
Sydney Cruise Terminal – Johnson Pilton Walker Architects

Future Projects

Competition Entries
National Maritime Museum of China – Cox Rayner Architects

Culture
National Maritime Museum of China – Cox Rayner Architects

Infrastructure
Brisbane Ferry Terminals Post-Flood Recovery – Cox Rayner Architects

2013 INSIDE Awards: Australian wins

Culture
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
(NZ) – Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp fjmt + Archimedia (Architects in Association)

Hotel
Parkroyal on Pickering, Singapore – WOHA

Office
Clemenger BBDO – Hassell

Transport High Commendation
Sydney Cruise Terminal – Johnson Pilton Walker Architects

See all the winners as they are posted on the WAF and INSIDE websites.

Related topics

More news

See all
Gene Sherman. Philanthropist, patron Gene Sherman receives honorary doctorate

Architecture and arts patron Gene Sherman has received an honorary doctorate from the University of New South Wales for her services to art and design.

The 5 Uhrig Road development by BVN. BVN proposes three-tower development in Western Sydney

A site at the edge of Sydney Olympic Park, formerly zoned light industrial, will be home to more than 500 apartments.

The Greater Shepparton Secondary College by Gray Puksand. Gray Puksand designs high school with ‘neighbourhood’ feel for Shepparton

A new school in the regional Victorian city of Shepparton will house students from all four of the city’s existing high schools.

The Wimbeldon House, originally known as 22 Parkside, designed by Richard and Su Rogers Architects in 1968, restored by Philip Gumuchdjian and Todd Longstaffe-Gowan in 2015. Australian historian wins Harvard GSD’s Richard Rogers Fellowship

The architectural historian and writer wins a three-month residency in Richard and Su Rogers Architects’ Wimbledon House and a US$10,000 cash prize.

Calendar