Shortlist announced: 2019 Dulux Study Tour

Thirty emerging architects have been shortlisted for the 2019 Dulux Study Tour.

The coveted travelling scholarship is awarded annually to five individuals – who are no more than ten years from graduation – for the contributions to architectural practice, education, design excellence and community involvement.

In 2019 winners will visit several major European cities. Participants will be granted first-hand experience of each city’s best architectural sites and practices.

The shortlisted entrants will now proceed to stage two of the selection process, in which they will be required to submit an employer reference, CV and portfolio of works.

On the shortlist are:

Evie Blackman – NAAU Studio
Ryan Brown – Kerry Hill Architects
Matt Chamberlain – Elenberg Fraser
Nathan de Leeuw – Gray Puksand
Vlad Doudakliev – Fieldwork
Nicholas Flatman – CKDS Architecture
Gertjan Groen – Kerry Hill Architects
Daniel Hall – Bligh Graham Architects
Adriana Hanna – Kennedy Nolan
Kirsty Hetherington – Neeson Murcutt Architects
Jenna Holder – GHD Woodhead
Claire Humphreys – Kerstin Thompson Architects
Yuri Leong-Maish – May and Russell Architects
James Loder – John Wardle Architects
Patrick Macasaet – Superscale/RMIT University
Kali Marnane – University of Queensland and Self-employed
Carly Martin – Casey Brown Architecture
Carly McMahon – Liminal Studio
Jennifer McMaster – Trias
Yvonne Meng – Circle Studio Architects
Phillip Nielsen – Regional Design Service
Ben Peake – Carter Williamson Architects
Chloe Rayfield – TKD Architects
Simon Rochowski – Studioplusthree
Kristina Sahlestrom – Luigi Rosselli Architects
Alix Smith – Hassell
Tahnee Sullivan – Sullivan Skinner
Tamarind Taylor – Conrad Gargett
Ksenia Totoeva – Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects
Bek Verrier – Bence Mulcahy

Read Architecture Media editorial director Katelin Butler’s missives from the 2018 tour, which visited Berlin, London and Milan.

The Dulux Study Tour is a collaborative initiative between Dulux, the Australian Institute of Architects and EmAGN and supported by

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