2011 ArchiAwards

So a bit late, but …

George Temple Poole Award

one40william : Hassell

Jeffrey Howlett Public Architecture Award

State Theatre Centre of Western Australia : Kerry Hill Architects

Award : Albany Entertainment Centre : CH&BW in assoc with Roberts Gardiner

Commendation : VTEC Training WA Metal Fabrication Training Facility, Kalgoorlie : Armstrong Parkin Architects

Commendation : The Grove Library : CH&BW

Ross Chisholm Commercial Architecture Award

one40william : Hassell

Award : The Boulevard Hotel : Taylor Robinson

Margaret Pitt Morison Heritage Architecture Award

Legislative Council Chamber Upgrade : Oldfield Knott Architects

Award : Fremantle Prison Main Cell Block Conservation : Philip Griffiths Architects

Marshall Clifton Residential – Houses Award

Florida Beach House : Iredale Pederson Hook Architects

Award : Silver Creek Residence : Officer Woods Architecture

Award : Pennell Road Residence : Hartree + Associates Architects

Award : The Coombe Mosman Park : Richard Szklarz Architects

Commendation : 199 Hammersley Road : Paul Wellington and Elizabeth Karol Architects

Commendation : Kooringal Retreat : Coniglio Ainsworth Architects

Marshall Clifton Residential – Alterations and Additions Award

Hope Street : Vittino Ashe

Award : Maylands Additions : Jonathan Lake Architects

Commendation : Barlee Street Residence : Klopper & Davis Architects

Commendation : Lyon Residence : Walter Hunter and Penny Watson Architects

Harold Krantz Residential – Multiple Award

Beachside Leighton North : Kerry Hill Architects and Space Agency in assoc with Mirvac Design

Award : Glamacourt Residences : Nash+Ghersinich Architects and Interior Designers

Commendation : Square One Development, Money Street, Northbridge : Philip McAllister Architect

Commendation : One Brighton : the Buchan Group, Perth

Commendation : Oceanique Apartments : Banham Architects

Commendation : Scene Apartments : Gresley Abas

Iwan Iwanoff Small Projects Award

Hope Street : Vittino Ashe

Award : Perth Zoo Eco Toilet Facility : Chindarsi Architects

Award : Mt Lawley Addition : John Murphy Architect

Commendation : Irene McCormack College Covered Area : Parry & Rosenthal Architects

Commendation : Wing House : Copraxis Architects

John Septimus Roe Urdan Design Award

one40william : Hassell

Award : Parliament House Fountains and Forecourt Redevelopment : Pendal and Neille

Commendation : William Street Urban Renewal : Philip Griffiths Architects

Commendation : Central Park, Mandurah : Gresley Abas

Commendation : Morley City Centre Master Plan : Hames Sharley

Walter Greenham Sustainable Architecture Award

The Grove Library : CH&BW

Award : Main Roads Greater Southern Regional Complex : Hassell

Commendation : 199 Hammersley Road : Paul Wellington and Elizabeth Karol Architects

Julius Elischer Interior Architecture Award

State Theatre Centre of Western Australia : Kerry Hill Architects

Award : Sentinel Bar and Grill : Taylor Robinson

Award : 199 Hammersley Road : Paul Wellingotn and Elizabeth Karol Architects

Commendation : Florida Beach House : Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects

Commendation : The Boulevard Hotel : Taylor Robinson

Commendation : Legislative Council Chamber Upgrade : Oldfield Knott Architects

Colorbond Award for Steel Architecture

VTEC Training WA Metal Fabrication Training Facility, Kalgoorlie : Armstrong Parkin Architects

Mondoluce Lighting Awards

Bindoon Bakehaus and Cafe : Fratelle Group

Commendation : Legislative Council Chamber Upgrade : Oldfield Knott Architects

Commendation : State Theatre Centre of Western Australia : Kerry Hill Architects

Commendation : 199 Hammersley Road : Paul Wellington and Elizabeth Karol Architects

 

Phew – that seems like a lot this year! We didn’t enter anything so I didn’t get to go to the Awards this year – did everyone enjoy themselves?

Oh, and there’s a PS talk on tomorrow (Tuesday)  at The Bakery at 6pm, should be quite good. Featuring a Dulux Tour attendee, the EmaGN Emerging Architect Prize WA winner, the editors of The Weather Ring … hope to see you there.

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2 thoughts on “2011 ArchiAwards

  1. Does anyone feel like we do, that the Commercial category of the AIA Awards is too broad? Specifically, industrial buildings compete with new CBD office towers and-the-like and all too often are ‘out trumped’ by shear budget, scale and prestige. For instance our 6,200sqm $8m processing centre for WAC pushed the relative boundaries of this sector and was a relative success (we felt), but against the mighty One40 WIlliam Street at (I don’t know) say $100m or more, it’s a tough arena to get noticed? They probably had a budget for the foyers equal to our building budget? Did you know 25% of the workforce are employed in ‘industrial’ buildings and although GBCA now has an industrial rating tool, it is still a challenge to convince developers to add windows, natural ventilation and daylight to industrial buildings. How would you like to work in one of those buildings? Large industrial estates (we’re working on a 1,000ha one north Perth) are springing up everywhere and have a massive impact on the built environment of Perth. Employment hubs. An industrial AIA Awards category would recognise the importance of getting this sector more ‘architectural’ and encourage better design outcomes. What you say?

    • I tend to agree Wayne, I think the same could hold true for the Public Buildings category too. It’s been hard the last two years to compete against first the Cathedral and then The State Theatre. And it’s hard to just lump everything that doesn’t fit into the Small Projects category, as then you have ‘small’ $4 mill developments against $100 grand house additions. What do people think? Any recommendations for extra categories? Or should this be budget based maybe, like the MBA awards?

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