The Australian Institute of Architects has launched the 2016 National Architecture Awards’ People’s Choice Award, in celebration of World Architecture Day on Monday 3 October.
The projects in contention for the People’s Choice Award are drawn from the residential projects (both new builds and alterations and additions) shortlisted by the national architecture awards jury.
The projects are:
Camino House (WA) – Bosske Architecture
Chapel Hill House (QLD) – Reddog Architects
Darlinghurst Rooftop (NSW) – CO-AP (Architects)
Deepdene House (VIC) – Kennedy Nolan
Deepwater (NSW) – Tobias Partners
Five Yards House (TAS) – Archier
Granville Residence (QLD) – Richard Kirk Architect
House in Hamilton (QLD) – Phorm Architecture + Design with Tato Architects
Indigo Slam (NSW) – Smart Design Studio
Jenny’s House (TAS) – Rosevear Stephenson
Mills, The Toy Management House (VIC) – Austin Maynard Architects
Point Lonsdale House (VIC) – NMBW Architecture Studio
Project Zero (QLD) – BVN
Rosalie House (QLD) – Owen Architecture
Voting for the People’s Choice Award will end at 5:00pm AEDST on 27 October. The winning project will be announced at the National Architecture Awards ceremony on 3 November at the Ivy Ballroom in Sydney along with winners of the other National Architecture Awards categories.
Voters of the People’s Choice Award will also have a chance to win a range of prizes. To vote, click here.