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iph wins the George Temple Poole Award

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The Pingelly Recreation and Cultural Centre won the most prestigious WA architecture award, the 2020 AIA George Temple Poole Award. Designed by iredale pedersen hook architects with Advanced Timber Concepts Studio, the jury described the project as follows:

“Pingelly Recreation and Cultural Centre is a beautifully detailed, technically innovative, sustainable timber building that draws from Pingelly’s community spirit and long history of Indigenous AFL players,” said the jury. “It’s the ultimate nod to country life, contributing to the economy of the Wheatbelt community and long-term reconciliation.”

PRACC also won the Wallace Greenham Award for Sustainable Architecture and the Public Architecture Award.

iph architects won a total of 10 awards (11 including best dressed).

SwanCare New Leisure Centre Precinct won the Urban Design Award, Public Architecture Commendation Award and a WA Lighting Award Commendation.

South Perth Foreshore Connect South Canopies won The Iwan Iwanoff Award for Small Project Architecture and a WA Lighting Award Commendation. (designed by iph architects with Place Laboratory and ETC).

City Beach Residential College won the Educational Architecture Award and a Colorbond Award for Steel Architecture Commendation.

For more information please click on the following link:

https://architectureau.com/articles/2020-wa-architecture-awards/#

Pingelly Recreation and Cultural Centre
SwanCare New Leisure Centre Precinct
South Perth Foreshore Connect South Canopies
City Beach Residential College
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