Spanning the globe from Russia to New Zealand, six projects have been shortlisted for the 2013 Jørn Utzon Award for International Architecture: among them – an art gallery in Japan’s snow country, mixed-use developments and a Californian family home. This award forms part of the Australian Institute of Architects National Architecture Awards, which will be announced on Thursday 7 November at the Sydney Opera House.
- 28th Street Apartments, Los Angeles, United States – Koning Eizenberg Architecture
- 387 Tamaki Drive, Auckland, New Zealand – Ian Moore Architects
- Australia House, Niigata, Japan – Andrew Burns Architect
- Martin No.3, Singapore – Kerry Hill Architects
- Silver House, Cherepovets, Russia – Peter Stutchbury Architecture
- Sobieski House, South Pasadena, United States – Koning Eizenberg Architecture
The award for International Architecture acknowledges the work of Institute members living abroad and members undertaking commissions outside the state and territory jurisdictions of Australia. The shortlist was selected from a field of twenty-six by the International Area Committee’s 2013 awards jury.
Finalists will now be considered by the 2013 National Architecture Awards jury led by Shelley Penn (Institute immediate past president) with Richard Hassell (WOHA), Ben Hewett (South Australian Government Architect), Hannah Tribe (Tribe Studio) and Justine Clark (writer and critic).