It’s a small world: 2014 ArchiTeam Awards

The best of Victoria’s emerging practices were honoured in the 2014 ArchiTeam Awards on 13 November.

Small practices and sole practitioners make up eight-five percent of Victoria’s architecture profession and the annual award offers them public platform to showcase their contributions to the state’s built environment.

In 2014, nine projects were recognized with awards and commendations. Both Index Architecture and Branch Studio picked up accolades for the second year running. Branch Studio Architects is also awarded twice this year in Community Architecture and Sustainability for Pamela Coyne Library. Judging the entries were Paul McGillick (writer and editor of architecture, art and design), Shelley Penn (past president of Australian Institute of Architects), Des Smith (Deakin University).

Skin Box House by Man Architects.

Skin Box House by Man Architects.

Image: Courtesy ArchiTeam

Residential Award – Joint winners

Merton Street – Thomas Winwood Architecture

Skin Box house – Man Architects


Woodend House – Studio OSK

Magnolia House – RMR Architects

Community Architecture Award Winner

Pamela Coyne Library – Branch Studio Architects


Lemur Exhibit Melbourne ZooSnowdon Architects

Pamela Coyne Library by Branch Studio Architects.

Pamela Coyne Library by Branch Studio Architects.

Image: Courtesy ArchiTeam

Unbuilt Architecture Award Winner

The Tinderbox – Index Architecture

Sustainability Award Winner

Pamela Coyne Library – Branch Studio Architects

Commercial Architecture Award Winner

Middle Park Studio – Jean-Paul Rollo Architects

The winners and general submissions will be exhibited at No Vacancy Gallery in Melbourne’s QV everyday except Monday, 12–23 November, 2014. Read more at ArchiTeam.

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