Celebrating 2018

   

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2018 has been an exciting year for design in Victoria, as reflected by the Australian Institute of Architect’s national awards. 15 Victorian projects won awards this year, highlighting the high calibre of architecture and urban design across public and private projects throughout the state. The OVGA commends the design teams and clients that worked on these projects. We look forward to a promising year ahead for design excellence.

The Victorian Architecture Awards for 2019 are now open External link, with entries closing Wednesday 13 February 2019. 

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Image above: Bendigo Hospital - Silver Thomas Hanley with Bates Smart. Photo by Peter Clarke

The design of Bendigo Hospital by Silver Thomas Hanley with Bates Smart was acknowledged for creating an environment that supports patient recovery, receiving the Sir Zelman Cowen Award for Public Architecture.

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Image above: Barwon Water - GHDWoodhead. Photo by Trevor Mein

In Geelong, the Barwon Water offices, designed by GHDWoodhead, received the Harry Seidler Award for Commercial Architecture and National Award for Sustainable Architecture.

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Image above: New Academic Street - Lyons with NMBW Architecture Studio, Harrison and White, MvS Architects and Madison Architects. Photo by Peter Bennetts

RMIT University’s New Academic Street, designed by Lyons with NMBW Architecture Studio, Harrison and White, MvS Architects and Madison Architects, was awarded the National Award for Urban Design and the Daryl Jackson Award for Educational Architecture.

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Image above: Monash Learning and Teaching - John Wardle Architects. Photo by Trevor Mein

The National Awards for Interior Architecture and Educational Architecture went to Monash University’s Learning and Teaching Building, designed by John Wardle Architects.

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Image above: Nightingale 1 - Breathe Architecture. Photo by Peter Clarke

For housing, Breathe Architecture’s Nightingale 1 was awarded the David Oppenheim award for Sustainable Architecture and the National Award for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing.

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Image above: 35 Spring - Bates Smart. Photo by Peter Clarke

35 Spring Street, designed by Bates Smart received the Frederick Romberg Award for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing.  

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