The Design Institute of Australia (Victoria/Tasmania) branch has announced the winners of the Graduate of the Year Awards for 2014.
Ameliorating Agriculture: Cultivating Biodiversity
Ridge to Reef: (Re)structuring The Great Barrier Reef
Canopy City: Adelaide Heat Island Mitigation Strategy
The Elicit Yield Anew Project: Recalibrating Recoupling Morwell
The Metamorphosis of Point Henry, Jillong
Landscape Transformation: Summer Palace
Melissa Bright is recognised by the Australian Institute of Architects, Victorian Chapter.
Seventeen projects are recognised by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture Victorian Chapter.
Meyers Place by Six Degrees
Rockpool Est. 1989 by Grant Cheyne
Clever Little Tailor by Xtra Shiny
Coffee Peddlr by Ruined City
The Standard Market Company Newstead by Richards & Spence
A. Baker by DesignOffice
Seafarers/Ostro by Inhouse
Thirty-six projects are recognized at the 2014 National Architecture Awards.
National Arboretum Canberra Masterplan by Taylor Cullity Lethlean with Tonkin Zulaikha Greer.
WA Women in Landscape Architecture by Greg Grabasch UDLA.
North Adelaide and Adelaide Villa Gardens by Taylor Cullity Lethlean.
Bates Smart’s Dandenong Mental Health Facility receives the top honour in the 2014 Australian Timber Design Awards.
Thirteen projects recognized in 2014 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards.
Twenty-five projects recognized in 2014 Think Brick Awards.
Invisible House by Peter Stutchbury Architecture.
The Commons by Breathe Architecture
The Garden Project by Welsh + Major Architects
Loft Apartment by Adrian Amore Architects
Skylight House by Andrew Burges Architects
Cabin Two by Maddison Architects