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THE FIRST INSTALMENT OF THE RAIA STATE AWARDS IN THE LEAD UP TO THE NATIONALS IN SYDNEY ON 27 OCTOBER

NEW SOUTH WALES

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Public BuildingsSulman Award—New Head Office of Historic Houses Trust of NSW – The Mint, by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp 01.

Commendation—Justin McDonald Stand, Cranbrook School, by Bligh Voller Nield.

Civic DesignLloyd Rees Award—Walsh Bay Redevelopment, by HPA/PTW/Tropman and Tropman/Bates Smart/Clive Lucas Stapleton and Partners 02. Commendations(2)— Mona Vale Village Park Civic Centre and Library, by Brewster Hjorth Architects; Welcome Mat, by Lacoste + Stevenson Architects. Commercial BuildingsAwards (2)—30 The Bond, 30 Hickson Road, Millers Point, by Lend Lease design in collaboration with PTW Architects 03; Deepwater Woolshed, by Stutchbury & Pape 04.

InteriorAward—Lend Lease Offices, 30 Hickson Road, Millers Point, by Whittaker Hadenham Openshaw in collaboration with Lend Lease design 05. Commendations (3)—Munich Reinsurance, Sydney, by Bligh Voller Nield; House in the Trees, by Virginia Kerridge Architect; AMP Sydney Cove Refurbishment, by Freedman Rembel (designer) and PTW Architects (collaborating architect). ConservationGreenway Award— New Head Office of Historic Houses Trust of NSW – The Mint, by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp with Clive Lucas, Stapleton and Partners and the Historic Houses Trust 06.

Commendation—Ingleneuk, by Clive Lucas Stapleton and Partners. ResidentialWilkinson Award—House Holman, by Durbach Block Architects 07.

Single Housing – NewAwards(2)— Springwater, by Stutchbury & Pape 08; Wiesener Residence, by Alexander Tzannes Assoc 09. Commendation—Northbridge House, by Alex Popov Architects. Single Housing – Alterations and AdditionsAwards(2)—White House, by Marsh Cashman Koolloos Architects 10; Arthur Residence, by Alexander Tzannes Assoc 11.

Commendations(3)—Point Piper House, by Louise Nettleton Architect; Dulwich Hill House 1, by Nobbs Radford Architects; Belmont Street Residence, by David Boyle Architect.

MultipleAwards(2)—Canopy Apartments, by Alex Popov Architects 12; North Wing & York Apartments, by Alexander Tzannes Assoc 13. Commendations(2)—Meta Apartments, by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp; Substation No 175, Surry Hills, by Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects. Energy Efficiency/ESDAwards(2)—30 The Bond, 30 Hickson Road, Millers Point, by Lend Lease design in collaboration with PTW Architects 14; Deepwater Woolshed, by Stutchbury & Pape 15. Commendations (2)—Mona Vale Village Park Civic Centre and Library, by Brewster Hjorth Architects; Clovelly House, by Kennedy Associates Architects. RegionalBlacket Award— Deepwater Woolshed, by Stutchbury & Pape 16. Colorbond Award—Deepwater Woolshed, by Stutchbury & Pape 17.

Premier’s Award—Erina Fair, by Rice Daubney 18. Special Jury Award—Houses of the Future, by the Government Architect’s Office and Sydney Olympic Park Authority 19.

Marion Mahony Griffin Award—Beverley Garlick. President’s Award—Roderick Simpson. NSW 25 Year Award—University of Technology, Ku-ring-gai Campus (former Ku-ring-gai College of Advanced Education), by the NSW Government Architect, J.W.

Thomson (architect), David Donald Turner (project architect), Bruce Mackenzie (landscape architect) and Allen Jack + Cottier (documentation) 20.

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Tracy Memorial Award—Moonshadow, by Hully Liveris Design Company 01. Public BuildingsAward—Julanimawu Health Clinic, by Jackman Gooden Architects (NT) with Build Up Design 02. Commendation—Institute for Aboriginal Development Site Redevelopment Stage 1, by Tangentyere Design in association with Susan Dugdale Architect. ResidentialBurnett Award—Moonshadow, by Hully Liveris Design Company 03. Commendation —Hardiman Residence, by The Architects Studio. Colorbond Award—Deckchair Cinema, by Build Up Design 04. Indigenous Community Award—Julanimawu Health Clinic, by Jackman Gooden Architects (NT) with Build Up Design 05.

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Public Buildings – New and RecycledAward—IXL Development, by Morris-Nunn & Associates 01. Commendation—New Norfolk District Hospital Redevelopment, by Crawford Shurman Architects. Honourable Mention— Tourist Facilities at Richmond, by 1 Plus 2 Architecture. HeritageAward—IXL Development, by Morris-Nunn & Associates 02. Commendation—Tower Road Apartments, by jawsarchitects. InteriorAward—IXL Development, by Morris-Nunn & Associates 03. Commendation—Legal Aid Offices, by Keith Drew Architects.

CommercialAward—Peppermint Bay, by Terroir 04. Commendation—Mario’s Food Distribution Centre, by Jack Birrell Architects.

Residential – NewAwards(3)—Mitah House, by Maria Gigney Architect 05; Tolmans Hill House, by Terroir 06; Brett’s House, by Rosevear Architects 07.

Commendation—Pirates Bay House, by Stuart Tanner Architects. Environmental DesignAward—IXL Development, by Morris- Nunn & Associates 08. Commendations (2)—Mario’s Food Distribution Centre, by Jack Birrell Architects; Dismal Swamp, by jawsarchitects. Colorbond Steel Award— Dismal Swamp, by jawsarchitects 09. The Henry Hunter Triennial Award—Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Inveresk, by ARTAS/Peddle Thorp & Walker 10. SWT Blythe Student Award—Geographical Earth Architectural Act, by Megan Baynes. Student Award Commendation—Maritime Museum of Tasmania, by Alexander Ashley-Jones.

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New BuildingAwards of Merit(2)— Wilderness School Multi-Purpose Hall, by Phillips/Pilkington Architect 01; The Mawson Centre, by Russell & Yelland Architects in association with Guida Moseley Brown Architects 02. Commendations(5)—Sturt Street Community School, by Woodhead International; UniSA Garth Boomer Building, by Russell & Yelland Architects in association with Guida Moseley Brown Architects; Pembroke Middle School Learning Resource Centre, by Woods Bagot (SA); Victor Harbor High School Special Education Building, by Swanbury Penglase Architects; Our Lady Queen of Peace School – Stage 1, by Thomson Rossi. Collaborative DesignCommendation—No 1 Pump Station, Mundaring Weir, by Mulloway Studio.

CommercialCommendation—Automated Solutions Australia – Supplier Park Facility, by Chapman Herbert Architects. HeritageAward of Merit—Torrens Parade Ground Upgrade, by Grieve Gillett 03.

Commendations(2)—Mt Gambier Eye Station, by Chapman Herbert Architects; Former Megaw and Hogg Building – New Offices, by Woodhead International. InteriorAward of Merit—State Records of South Australia – Leigh Street Premises, by Woods Bagot (SA) 04. Commendations(2)— Playford Library, by Hassell; Lakes Resort Hotel, by Milne & Zappia Architects. Urban Design Commendation—Royal Randwick Race Course Observation Tower, by Swanbury Penglase Architects. ResidentialAward of Merit—Retreat at Cape du Voltigeur, by Troppo Architects (SA) 05.

Commendations(4)—123 House – North Adelaide Residence, by Williams Burton Architects; Maxwell House, by Max Pritchard; Yantaringa – Aldgate Residence, by Williams Burton Architects; Nuriootpa House, by Lasse Kaukomaa. Sustainable ArchitectureCommendations(2)—Winn Residence, by Warwick O’Brien – Architect; Maxwell House, by Max Pritchard.

Archicentre RenovationAward of Merit— Yantaringa – Aldgate Residence, by Williams Burton Architects 06. Commendations(2)— The Dowe House, by Tectvs; Walkerville

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

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George Temple Poole Award—Johnston Residence, Yallingup, by TAG Architects 01.

Public/InstitutionalAward—Margaret River Education Campus, by Jones Coulter Young in association with Neil Tweedie Architect 02.

Commendation—City of Stirling Civic Building Complex, by Jones Coulter Young.

Civic DesignAward—Bali Memorial, by Donaldson + Warn Architects 03.

Commendation—Edith Cowan University, Joondalup Campus,WA, Chancellery Building and Business School, by FJMT and Hassell.

InteriorAward—Mercy College Chapel – The Chapel of St Brigid, by Slavin Architects 04.

Commendation—Level 5, 150 St Georges Terrace, by The Buchan Group – Perth.

ConservationAwards (2)—Perth Town Hall Refurbishment – Stages 2, 3 and 4, by Cox Howlett + Bailey Woodland + Hocking Planning and Architecture 05; Number 1 Pump Station, Mundaring Weir, by Mulloway Studio 06. Commendations(3)—Sacred Heart School and Convent Redevelopment, Highgate, by Philip McAllister Architects; Grenough Café and Visitor Information Centre, by Palassis Architects; Government House Ballroom, by Considine & Griffiths Architects. CommercialAwards(2)— Chemeq Pharmaceutical Production Facility, by Hassell 07; Quay West Resort Bunker Bay, by HPA Architects and Grounds Kent Architects 08. Commendation—Aspects of Kings Park, by Bollig Design Group.

Residential – SingleAwards(2)—Coco Eco, by Fiona Hogg Architect 09; Johnston Residence, Yallingup, by TAG Architects 10.

Commendations(3)—The B-Hive, by Hartree + Associates Architects; Church Street Residence and Artist’s Studio, by Derek Nash Architects in collaboration with Ralph Stanton Architect; Dalkeith House, by Odden Rodrigues Architects. Residential – Alterations and AdditionsAward—Rupert Street, by Roel Loopels 11. Commendations (2)—Union Street Residence, by Derek Nash Architects; Deleuil House, by Hofman & Brown Architects. Residential – Multiple and Duplex/TriplexCommendation— Fletcher Mews, by Hassell. RAIA ArchicentreAward—Killarney Street House, by Simon Anderson of the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Visual Arts, UWA 12.

Commendation—Shephard Residence, by A & A Macliver. Ecologically Sustainable DevelopmentAward—South West Beach House, by Ecotect-Architects 13.

Commendation—Harmony Primary School, by Taylor Robinson. Colorbond Steel Award—Quay West Resort Bunker Bay, by HPA Architects and Grounds Kent Architects 14.

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