Australian Architects Feature Prominently in WAF Awards

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WAF - the World Architecture Festival takes place in Berlin, Germany over the 16-18 November 2016. This years short-listing of awards was recently announced and features numerous outstanding projects by Australian architects, many of whom have been featured on Australian Architecture Association tours.

The AAA would like to congratulate the following architects on their shortlisting:

  • Allen Jack + Cottier - Abbotsleigh Multi-Purpose Sports Hall, in Wahroonga NSW, has been shortlisted for a Sport - Completed Buildings award.
  • Aspect Studios with Chrofi - The Goods Line in Ultimo Sydney, has been shortlisted for a Landscape award.
  • Bates Smart, Canberra Airport Hotel, Canberra ACT, has been shortlisted for a Hotel and Leisure - Completed Buildings - Sponsored by Grohe award.
  • Bates Smart - TransGrid Headquarters, in Haymarket NSW, has been shortlisted for an Office - Completed Buildings award.
  • BVN - South East Regional Hospital, in Bega NSW, has been shortlisted for a Health - Completed Buildings award.
  • BVN and Conrad Gargett in association - The Australian Army Museum of Military Engineering in Holsworthy NSW, has been shortlisted for a Culture - Completed Buildings award.
  • Cox Rayner Architects, BCEC on Grey Street, in Brisbane QLD, has been shortlisted for a Mixed Use - Completed Buildings - Sponsored by ABB and Busch-Jaeger award.
  • Cox Rayner Architects - Flood House in Brisbane, Australia has been shortlisted for a House - Future Projects award.
  • Cox Rayner Architects in association with Aurecon - Brisbane Ferry Terminals Flood Renewal, in Brisbane, Australia has been shortlisted for a Transport - Completed Buildings award and Small projects award.
  • Fender Katsalidis Architects - NewActon Nishi, Canberra ACT, has been shortlisted for a Mixed Use - Completed Buildings - Sponsored by ABB and Busch-Jaeger award.
  • Fox Johnston - Green Square Childcare Centre in Sydney NSW, has been shortlisted for an Education - Future Projects award.
  • Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp - Waterfront Pavilion for the Australian National Maritime Museum in Darling Harbour NSW, has been shortlisted for both a Civic and Community - Completed Buildings award and Display - Completed Buildings award.
  • Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp - Anadara, Barangaroo Sydney NSW, has been shortlisted for shortlisted for a Housing - Completed Buildings - Sponsored by Grohe award.
  • Hassell - East Perth Power Station in Perth, Australia has been shortlisted for a Culture - Future Projects award
  • Hayball - South Melbourne Primary School in Melbourne, Australia has been shortlisted for an Education - Future Projects award.
  • HDR | Rice Daubney - Novartis Building, in Macquarie Park NSW, has been shortlisted for an Office - Completed Buildings award.
  • Ian Moore Architects - McLeod House in Middle Harbour, Sydney, NSW has been shortlisted for a House - Completed Buildings award.
  • Robin Williams Architect - Villa Marittima at St Andrews Beach VIC, has been shortlisted for a House - Completed Buildings award.
  • SJB Architects - 10 Wylde Street, Sydney NSW has been shortlisted for a Housing - Completed Buildings - Sponsored by Grohe award.
  • Smart Design Studio - Indigo Slam in Chippendale, NSW has been has been shortlisted for a House - Completed Buildings award.
  • Tzannes - The Brewery Yard, in Chippendale NSW has been shortlisted for a New And Old - Completed Buildings award.
  • Woods Bagot, University of Sydney Business School, in Darlington NSW, has been shortlisted for a Higher Education and Research - Completed Buildings award.

Good luck to you all!

  • Article: Vanessa Couzens
  • Image Source: Robin Williams Architect
  • Image: Villa Marittima designed by Robin Williams Architect - was featured in the AAA’s Victorian At Home With the Architect in November 2015.