2010 ArchiAwards

The Architecture Awards were on at Burswood Friday night, where the Cathedral pretty much scooped the pool. I’ve been waiting for the Institute to put up the full list of results so that I get it all correct (I don’t think I should entirely rely on my memory of the night!) But here’s the list of the winners from the West Australian, I’ll try and add the commendation etc as soon as I get them all!

UPDATE: Found them at last on the Institute’s website. Also the jury comments for all winners can be found here.

George Temple Pool Award

St Mary’s Cathedral by Peter Quinn, built by EMCO Building

Jeffrey Howlett Award for Public Architecture

St Mary’s Cathedral by Peter Quinn, built by EMCO Building

Architecture Award: Forrest Library, Hale School by James Christou + Partners

Architecture Award: WA Basketball Centre by Peter Hunt and Daryl Jackson Architects

Commendation: La Salle College Sports Centre by Parry & Rosenthal Architects

Commendation: John XXIII College Julia de Sales Centre by Broderick Architects

Commendation: Wanneroo SHS Music and Dance/English and Student Services Upgrade by DWA Architects

Ross Chisholm Award for Commercial Architecture

Durack House by Woodhead, built by Diploma

Commendation: Jandakot Office Building by CH&BW

Commendation: The Garden by Taylor Robinson

Marshall Clifton Award for Residential Architecture – Houses

Salvad0 Street Residence by Bates Smart + Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, built by Gransden Construction

Architecture Award: Esuoh House by Hofman and Brown Architects

Architecture Award: Redgate Beach House by Craig Steere Architects

Architecture Award: Mount Pleasant Residence by Wright Feldhusen Architects

Commendation: Seascapes Residence by Optimum Resource Architects

Commendation: Coleman Residence by IPH Architects

Commendation: Yallingup Residence by Wright Feldhusen Architects

Commendation: York St by Hillam Architects

Commendation: Injidup Residence by Wright Feldhusen Architects

Marshall Clifton Award for Residential Architecture – Alterations and Additions

Commendation: Rawson Street Residence by nash+ghersinich architects and interior designers

Commendation: Wilkins Residence by Robert Andary Architecture

Harold Krantz Award for Residential Architecture – Multiple

32 Henry Street by spaceagency, built by Northerly Group

Commendation: Islands by Architectus + CCN

Commendation: Balcatta Courtyard Houses for DoH by IPH Architects

Julius Elischer Award for Interior Architecture

enex100 Food Podium by CH & BW, built by Brookfield Multiplex

Architecture Award: La Salle College Learning Centre Conversion by Parry & Rosenthal Architects

Architecture Award: Curtin Stadium by James Christou + Partners Architects

Commendation: Brisbane Street Additions by rad architecture

Commendation: CH&BW Studio by CH&BW

Commendation: Broome Street by Richard Szklarz Architects

Margaret Pitt Morison Award for Heritage

Architecture Award: St Mary’s Cathedral by Peter Quinn Architect

Commendation: Caves House Redevelopment by CMP Architects

Walter Greenham Sustainable Architecture Award

Durack House by Woodhead, built by Diploma

Architecture Award: Sheffield House by CCN

Commendation: Peg’s Place by Architect Gerard Siero

Iwan Iwanoff Award for Small Project Architecture

Swan TAFE Thornlie Heavy Plant Mechanics Seminar Building by Armstrong Parkin Architects, built by Badge Constructions

Architecture Award: Prevelly Beach House by spaceagency

Commendation: Edith Street by Officer Woods Architects

Commendation: PTA Perth Underground Info Centre by IPH Architects

Commendation: East Perth Compact by Anthony Hines, Architect

Mondoluce Architectural Lighting Award

enex100 Food Podium by CH & BW, built by Brookfield Multiplex

Colorbond Award for Steel Architecture

WA Basketball Centre by Peter Hunt & Daryl Jackson, built by Perkins Builders & BGC Construction

Commendation: AK Reserve Athletics Stadium by CH&BW

Urban Design Award

Architecture Award: Broome North by CODA Studio

25 Year Award for Enduring Architecture

Law Building, UWA by Ferguson Architects

As for the night, it was a good one (though a little hazy towards the end!). This year those who won commendations did not go up to the stage which meant it went quite a bit quicker than previous years, which was good. It was great that they seemed to spend a little bit longer with the slides up of each project too, so you could actually see them a bit better. Its a shame though that so many people really seem unable to listen to speeches. Unfortunately on my table one person spoke completely through Minister Day’s speech, so I missed it all. I would have like to have heard what he had to say about the new stuff planned for Perth.

…And a shame the band was so bad!!…But lots seemed to enjoy them, so maybe that was just me!

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