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Raia state awards

ROUND-UP OF THE STATE AWARD WINNERS IN THE LEAD-UP TO THE NATIONAL AWARDS, CANBERRA ON 28 OCTOBER.

NEW SOUTH WALES

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Public and Commercial BuildingsSulman Award—Aurora Place, 88 Phillip Street, Sydney, by Renzo Piano Building Workshop in association with Lend Lease Design 01.

Awards(4)—MLC School Aquatic Centre, by Lippmann Associates 02; St Patrick’s Cathedral, Parramatta, by MGT Architects with Romaldo Giurgola Architect 03; AGNSW New Asian Galleries, by Johnson Pilton Walker 04; Sydney Theatre, by PTW Architects in association with HPA Architects 05. Commendation—Broughton Anglican College, Senior Classrooms and Staff Facility, by Tony Caro Architecture. Civic DesignLloyd Rees Award—No named award.

Commendation—Liverpool-Parramatta Transitway, by Hassell. ResidentialWilkinson Award—Macquarie Apartments (Aurora Place), by Renzo Piano Building Workshop in association with Lend Lease Design 06.

Single Housing – NewAwards(3)—House Spry, by Durbach Block Architects 07; Harbour House, Newcastle, by Bourne and Blue Architecture in association with Stuchbury and Pape 08; James Robertson House, Pittwater, by Dawson Brown Architecture 09. Commendations(2)— 1 Bayview Avenue, Mosman, by Luigi Rosselli; Walker House, by David Haertsch Architect. Single Housing – Alterations and AdditionsAward—Tibet Sydney, Gallery/ House, by Donovan Hill 10. Commendation —Albert Street Residence, by Welsh and Major. MultipleAward—Cove Apartments, by Harry Seidler and Associates 11.

Commendation—2 Kings Lane, East Sydney, by Engelen Moore. ConservationGreenway Award—Jones Bay Wharf, by PTW Architects in association with Bates Smart, with heritage consultant Otto Cserhalmi and Partners 12. Awards(2)—Tibet Sydney, Gallery/House, by Donovan Hill 13; Old Government House, Parramatta, by Clive Lucas Stapleton and Partners 14. InteriorAward—NSW Police Headquarters, by Bates Smart 15. Commendation—Bungalow 8 and The Loft, by Dale Jones-Evans. RegionalBlacket Award—Shellharbour Workers Club, by Caroline Pidcock Architects and Richard Goodwin Architects 16. Colorbond Award— The “Art Wall”, by Dale Jones-Evans 17.

Energy Efficiency/ESDAward—Kogarah Town Square, by Allen Jack and Cottier 18.

Premier’s Award—21–23 Hereward Street, Maroubra, by Alec Pappas Architects 19.

Special Jury Award—Sydney Harbour Federation Trust. Marion Mahony Griffin Award—Susan Macdonald. President’s Award—Hassell. 25 Year Award—Kempsey Farmhouse, by Glenn Murcutt 20.

NORTHERN TERRITORY

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Tracy Memorial Award—Nyinkka-Nyunyu Art and Cultural Centre, Tennant Creek, by Tangentyere Design and X Squared Design 01.

Public BuildingsAwards (2)—Nyinkka-Nyunyu Art and Cultural Centre, Tennant Creek, by Tangentyere Design and X Squared Design 02; Tiwi Gardens Aged Care Facility, by Latitude 12 1/2 Architecture Consultants 03.

Commendations (2)—Royal Darwin Hospital Redevelopment, by Spowers Architects in association with Di Carlo Potts and Associates; Nhulunbuy High School Multi Purpose Hall, by Woodhead International. ResidentialBurnett Award—Fisher Residence, by Jackman Gooden Architects (NT) 04. CommercialAward— Yeperenye Shopping Centre Refurbishment, by Susan Dugdale Architect and B+N Group 05.

HeritageCommendation—Government House, Heritage Precinct Conservation, by The Architects Studio. Urban DesignCommendation —Alice Springs Cinema, Fourth Auditorium, by Susan Dugdale Architect. Indigenous Community Award—Nyinkka-Nyunyu Art and Cultural Centre, Tennant Creek, by Tangentyere Design and X Squared Design 01, 02. Peoples Choice Award—Fisher Residence, by Jackman Gooden Architects (NT) 06. BlueScope Steel Award—Nyinkka-Nyunyu Art and Cultural Centre, Tennant Creek, by Tangentyere Design and X Squared Design 01, 02. Student Award—Arnold Ivan Marquez.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

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New BuildingAwards of Merit (2)—Adelaide Oval Eastern Work, by Hassell 01; State Library of SA Redevelopment, by Hassell in association with MGT Architects 02.

Commendations (3)—Mary MacKillop College Gym, by Tridente Architects; Mawson Lakes School, by Russell and Yelland Architects in association with MGT Canberra Architects; The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Redevelopment, Stage1, by Woodhead International. Commercial No Award of Merit. Commendations (4)—Halcro Minelab R & D Facility, by Christopher Parker; Ramada Adelaide Hotel and Suites, by Loucas and Zahos; SA Dental Service, Salisbury Dental Clinic, by Hardy Milazzo Architects; Glenmont Office Development, by Hassell. HeritageAwards of Merit (2)—State Library of SA Redevelopment, by Hassell in association with MGT Architects 03; St Mary’s College, by Brown Falconer Group 04. Commendations (3)—Karka Pavilion Conservation, by DAIS; Doley Residence Renovations, by Phillips Pilkington; Mt Gambier City Hall Redevelopment, by Chapman Herbert Architects. InteriorAward of Merit—AGL Office Fitout, by Hassell 05.

Commendations (2)—Indochina Thai Restaurant, by DesignInc; Education Centre Redevelopment, Stage 3, by Woodhead International. Urban DesignCommendation —Torrens Lake Walk, by GHD Architects.

Collaborative Design No award. ResidentialAwards of Merit (2)—Ilkurlka Residence, by Habitable Places 06; North Adelaide Residence, by Williams Burton Architects 07. Commendations (3)—Aqua Apartments, by Loucas and Zahos; Cliff House, by Max Pritchard; Pruszinski House, by Woodhead International. Awards of Merit (2)— Renovation/Revelation, by John S. Hales Architect 08; College Park House, by Con Bastiras 09. Commendation—Strobel McCallum Addition, by Swanbury Penglase Architects. Sustainable ArchitectureAward of Merit—Mawson Lakes School, by Russell and Yelland Architects in association with MGT Canberra Architects 10. Colorbond Award—Pruszinski House, by Woodhead International 11. 25 Year Award—University of Adelaide, Union Building, by Dickson and Platten 12.

QUEENSLAND

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QUEENSLAND Public BuildingsFDG Stanley Award—Lark Quarry Trackways Buildings and Facilities, by Gall and Medek Architects 01. InstitutionalAwards (2)—GPN3 General Purpose North 3, University of Queensland, by Peddle Thorp Architects in association with Donovan Hill 02; Horticultural Facility, South Queensland Institute of TAFE, by the Queensland Department of Public Works – Project Services 03. Commendation—Western Campus, Logan Institute of TAFE, by the Queensland Department of Public Works – Project Services. CulturalAward—Lark Quarry Trackways Building and Facilities, by Gall and Medek Architects 04.

Commendations (2)—Gladstone Regional Art Gallery Extension, by Peddle Thorp Architects; Mija, by Insideout Architects.

CommunityAward—Nelly Bay Ferry Terminal, by ML Design Brisbane 05.

CommercialBeatrice Hutton Award—Cutting Edge, by Richard Kirk Architect 06.

Commendation—Suncorp Stadium, by HOK Sport + Venue + Event and PDT Architects.

Urban DesignAward—Esplanade Boardwalk, Information Nodes, by Peddle Thorp Architects North Queensland 07.

Commendation—Cairns Esplanade Redevelopment, by Cox Rayner Architects in association with Tract Consultants.

ConservationAward—99 Brookes Street, by Bickerton Masters Architecture 08.

Commendations (2)—Gilligans Backpackers Hotel and Resort, by Brand and Slater Architects; Virgin Blue Flight Simulator and Training Centre, by Daryl Jackson Architects.

InteriorAward—Hopkins and Clark, by Richard Kirk Architect 09. Commendations (2)—Dig-It Landscapes, by Fairweather Proberts Architects; Rotondo Dental Practice, by Hassell. Planning and ResearchCommendation—co27 Remote Living Cell, by Liam Proberts of Fairweather Proberts Architects.

ResidentialRobin Dods Award—Tewantin Retreat, by Loucas Zahos Architects 10.

Individual HousesAwards (3)—Taringa 2, by Donovan Hill 11; Dunbar, by J2 Studio 12; Tewantin Retreat, by Loucas Zahos Architects 13. Commendations (5)— The T House, by Philip Follent Architecture; Kelly Residence, Casuarina Beach, by John Mainwaring and Associates; Kirra Beach House, by boARC; Gold Coast House, by Innovarchi; Hilltop Residence Paddington, by John Price Architect. MultipleAwards (2)— Arbour on Grey, Southbank, by HPA Architects 14; The Sanctuary Palm Cove, by John Mainwaring and Associates 15.

Commendations (2)—Sirocco, by Peter Conley and Associates; Catalina, by Fairweather Proberts Architects. Alterations and AdditionsAward—Lido Residence, by Bayden Goddard Design 16. Commendation—MM House, by Donovan Hill. Art and ArchitectureAwards (3)—Browns Plains Campus, Logan Institute of TAFE, Bob Marshman Building, by the Queensland Department of Public Works – Project Services 17; Mija, by Insideout Architects 18; Cairns Esplanade Redevelopment, by Cox Rayner Architects and Planners in association with Tract Consultants 19.

Sustainable ArchitectureHarry Marks Award—Lark Quarry Trackways Building and Facilities, by Gall and Medek Architects 20.

Commendation—Horticultural Facility, South Queensland Institute of TAFE, by the Queensland Department of Public Works – Project Services. Colorbond Award—Suncorp Stadium, by HOK Sport + Venue + Event and PDT Architects 21. Courier Mail Peoples Choice Award—Catalina, by Fairweather Proberts Architects 22. 25 Year Award—Queensland Art Gallery, by Robin Gibson and Partners 23.

President’s Award—Organisers of States of Mind 04 | Design Evolution conference.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

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George Temple Poole Award—Mindarie Senior College, by Donaldson and Warn Architects 01. Public/Institutional Department of Housing and Works Award— Mindarie Senior College, by Donaldson and Warn Architects 02. Civic DesignAward— Lotterywest Federation Walkway, by Donaldson and Warn Architects 03.

ConservationHeritage Council Award— Redevelopment Old Barracks Fremantle, by Richard Longley Architect 04.

Commendations (3)—Niana House, Castledare Retirement Village, by Edgar Idle Ward Architects in association with Hocking Planning and Architecture; Parliament House Northern Extension and Associated Works, by Spowers Architects; Lexden Park, by Sasha Ivanovich and Associates. CommercialAward—182 St George’s Terrace, by Jones Coulter Young 05. Commendation—EDC Offices, Nedlands, by Odden Rodrigues Architects. InteriorAward—Hudson Gallery, by Cox Howlett and Bailey Woodland 06.

Commendations (2)—Bar One, by Taylor Robinson, Network Interiors; Town House Interior Renovation, by Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects. Residential – SingleAwards (2)—Avalon House, by Odden Rodrigues Architects 07; Fordham/Jenkin House, by DesignInc Perth 08.

Commendations (4)—Vix Street House, by Hofman and Brown Architects; Victoria Park House, by Rosanna Blacket and Des Smith; Lyall Street Residence, by Derek Nash Architects; Tan Residence, by Joe Chindarsi Architect. Residential – Alterations and Additions and Duplex/TriplexAward— Redevelopment Old Barracks Fremantle, by Richard Longley Architect 09. Commendation—Preston Point Road House, by Victoria Cole Architect. Residential – MultipleAward—Rupert Street House, by Colin Moore Architect 10. RAIA ArchicentreAwards (2)—Trigg Renovation, by Blacket Smith Architects 11; The Hampton Residence, by Gavan Reilly Architect 12. Ecologically Sustainable DevelopmentCommendation— Gravity Discovery Centre, by Spowers Architects (WA) in association with Simon Anderson, UWA Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts. Colorbond Steel Award—Patjarr Aboriginal Community Visitors Centre, by the Louis Laybourne Smith School of Architecture, University of South Australia, and the Faculty of the Built Environment, University of New South Wales, and architecture students from these universities 13. Universal Access Award— The Brown House, by Parry and Rosenthal Architects 14. Peoples Choice Award—The Block, by Sam Teoh Architects 15.

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Public BuildingsAward—University Union Bar, by Jacob Allom Wade 01. CommercialAward—Pleasant Banks, by Ken Latona 02.

Residential – NewAwards (2)—A Tasmanian House, by Brad Wheeler 03; House Above Taroona, by Leigh Woolley Architect 04. Commendation—Studio at Apollo Bay, by Bevan Rees Architect. Jury Honourable Mention—Fossil Cove House, by Lane Architects. Residential – Additions and AlterationsAward—Albuerra St Schoolhouse Apartments, by Jacob Allom Wade 05. HeritageAward—Albuerra St Schoolhouse Apartments, by Jacob Allom Wade 06. Commendation—Pleasant Banks, by Ken Latona. InteriorAward—Pleasant Banks, by Ken Latona 07. Commendations (2)—Albuerra St Schoolhouse Apartments, by Jacob Allom Wade; Peppermint Bay, by Terroir. Environmental DesignAward— University Union Bar, by Jacob Allom Wade 08. Colorbond Steel Award—Walla Womba Guest House, by 1 + 2 Architecture 09.

John Lee Archer Triennial Award 2004—Forest EcoCentre, by Morris-Nunn and Associates 10. SWT Blythe Student Award— Adrian Mignot.

AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

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Canberra Medallion—no award. Public BuildingsCommendation—Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture Stage 1, by Bligh Voller Nield (NSW). CommercialCommendation—HMAS Harman Defence Networks Operations Centre (DNOC), by Daryl Jackson and Alastair Swayn Architects.

HeritageCommendation—National Carillon Refurbishment, by the National Capital Authority in association with Cameron, Chisholm and Nichol. ResidentialAwards (4) —Piekalns Patterson House, by Townsend and Associates Architects 01; Moruya House, by Philip Leeson Architects 02; Irish Embassy, by Cox Humphries Moss Architects 03; Hendry Taylor House, by Stutchbury and Pape Architecture and Landscape Architecture in association with Phillips and Associates 04. Commendations (3)—Clarke House, Yarralumla, by Renfree and Hanrahan; Waterside Apartments, by Colin Stewart Architects; Riverina Farm House, by Philip Leeson Architects. Interior ArchitectureAward—Department of Environment and Heritage, Australian Greenhouse Office, Refurbishment of the Communication Centre, by Daryl Jackson and Alastair Swayn Architects 05. Commendation—Mawson Club, by Altis Architecture. Ecologically Sustainable DevelopmentAward— Department of Environment and Heritage, Australian Greenhouse Office, Refurbishment of the Communication Centre, by Daryl Jackson and Alastair Swayn Architects 06.

Colorbond Steel Award—HMAS Harman Defence Networks Operations Centre (DNOC), by Daryl Jackson and Alastair Swayn Architects 07.

VICTORIA

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Victorian Architecture Medal—Shrine of Remembrance, undercroft development, by Ashton Raggatt McDougall 01. InstitutionalWilliam Wardell Award—Shrine of Remembrance, undercroft development, by Ashton Raggatt McDougall 02. Institutional – NewArchitecture Awards (3) University of Melbourne, Botany North Extension, by Lyons 03; VCA Centre for Ideas, by Minifie Nixon 04; Preston Police Station, by Cox Architects and Planners 05. Institutional – Alterations and ExtensionsArchitecture Award—Victoria University, Victoria Law School, by Peter Elliott Architecture + Urban Design 06. CommercialSir Osborn McCutcheon Award—Richmond Showroom, by Jackson Clements Burrows 07.

Architecture Award—Crown Promenade Hotel, by Perrott Lyon Mathieson in association with Bates Smart 08. InteriorMarion Mahony Award—Transport, by Maddison Architects 09. Urban DesignJoseph Reed Award—Birrarung Marr, by the City of Melbourne in association with Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Paul Thompson and Swaney Draper 10. Architecture Awards (2)— Springthorpe, by Cox Architects and Planners 11; QV Project, by NH Architecture 12. HeritageJohn George Knight Award— Shrine of Remembrance, undercroft development, by Ashton Raggatt McDougall 13. Architecture Awards (2)— RMIT University, Building 20, by Peter Elliott Architecture + Urban Design 14; Beaurepaire Centre Pool, University of Melbourne, by Allom Lovell and Associates 15.

ResidentialHarold Desbrowe-Annear Award —Vineyard Residence, by John Wardle Architects 16. Architecture Awards (5)— Wrap House, by Black Kosloff Knott 17; Barro House, by Wood Marsh 18; Grandview Grove House, by O’Connor and Houle Architecture 19; Kew House, by Jackson Clements Burrows 20; Mt Macedon House, by Inarc Architects 21. Residential – MultipleArchitecture Award—George Street, by Kennedy Nolan Architects 22. Residential – Alterations and ExtensionsArchitecture Awards (3)—Woolamai House, by Robert Simeoni 23; Glenlyon Church, by Multiplicity 24; Chameleon, by Cassandra Complex 25.

Sustainable ArchitectureAward—SES Headquarters, Southbank, by H2o Architects 26. The Melbourne Prize—Shrine of Remembrance, undercroft development, by Ashton Raggatt McDougall 27. The Regional Prize (2)—Esso BHP Billiton Wellington Entertainment Centre, by Harmer Architecture 28; Kyneton District Health Service, by Lyons 29. Colorbond Steel Award—Moonah Links House, by Jackson Clements Burrows 30.

25 Year Award—Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne, 1971, by Yuncken Freeman 31.


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