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American Architecture Prize Press

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Please follow the links to the 2017 American Architecture Prize recent articles:

https://architectureprize.com/

https://architectureau.com/articles/barangaroo-reserve-2017s-landscape-design-of-the-year-at-american-architecture-awards/?utm_source=ArchitectureAU&utm_campaign=424fc809f7-AAU_2017_10_10&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_e3604e2a4a-424fc809f7-39425374&mc_cid=424fc809f7&mc_eid=a4f4ef46a4#img=9

https://www.commercialrealestate.com.au/news/barangaroo-reserve-wins-major-gong-in-american-architecture-prize/

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iph wins multiple American Architecture Prizes

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We are delighted to win four 2017 American Architecture International Prizes.

Walumba Elders Centre is a Winner in Architectural Design/ Healthcare Architecture.

Perth Zoological Gardens Orang-utan Exhibit and Boardwalk Experience is a Winner in Landscape Architecture/ Installations & Structures.

CASA31_4 Room House by iph architects and Caroline Di Costa Architect is a winner in Interior Design/ Houses Interior.

Nannup Holiday House received an Honourable Mention in Residential.

“The mission of the AAP is to advance the appreciation and exposure of quality architectural design worldwide. The American Architecture Prize celebrates creativity and innovation in the fields of architectural design, landscape architecture, and interior design”.

The winners award ceremony will take place in New York City on October 27 2017.

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iph studio session talks: 1. Hans Scharoun 2. The Red Studio: 7th September.

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Hans Scharoun- a 20 year reflection
Revisiting Hans Scharoun after 30 years of research
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The Red Studio, then and now
Playing the long game
Simon Pendal- simon pendal architect
 
In 1997 Adrian Iredale presented a talk on the German architect, Hans Scharoun at the Red Studio in Perth.
 
This invitation came after an intensive 3 year study tour of Hans Scharoun’s projects in Germany and Poland and the culmination of research that began in 1987.
The talk was reviewed by Kate Hislop for Architecture Australia July 1997 issue.
Twenty years is a long time to reflect on the work of Scharoun, this talk will attempt to not only present the work of Scharoun to an old and new audience but to unravel historical myths and situate it within the contemporary world of design.
 
This talk will be dedicated to the late Professor Peter Blundell Jones, Peter not only revealed Hans Scharoun to the English speaking world but continued to explore the diversity of modernism and fight for the marginalised and historically overlooked figures of Modernism.
 

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iph is shortlisted 5 times at the World Architecture Festival in Berlin

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iph architects is extremely proud to be shortlisted 5 times at the 2017 World Architecture Festival (WAF).

Our Fitzroy Crossing Renal Centre is shortlisted in Health- Completed Project and Best Use of Colour- Completed Project.

Our Elizabeth Quay Gelato Kiosk is shortlisted in Shopping- Completed Projected and the Best Use of Colour- Completed Project.

Falcon Beach House is shortlisted in House- Completed category.

The festival will be held in Berlin from 15-17th November.

This is an incredible result and we wish to thanks all our clients, staff, consultants and builders for the dedication an commitment to making these projects a success.

Please follow the link to the full shortlist.

https://www.worldarchitecturefestival.com/2017-shortlist

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The Elizabeth Quay Gelato Kiosk and Vasse Felix Winery win awards

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The Elizabeth Quay Gelato Kiosk won the Commercial Award at the 2017 WA Chapter Australian Institute of Architecture Awards. It was also shortlisted for the Mondoluce Lighting Award.

Vasse Felix winery (with Hecker Guthrie) also won a commendation award in the Interior category.

We wish to thanks our clients and all team members for their great commitment to delivering design excellence.

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The Gidgegannup House Features in Casas Internacional

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The Gidgegannup House features in the latest issue no 164 of Casas International published in Argentina.

This issue focuses on ecological houses that are sensitive to the site and minimise disturbance to the natural topography and native flora and fauna.

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The Gidgegannup House is For Sale

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The Gidgegannup House is currently for sale by William Porteous Properties.

Follow the link to see the latest photos and details of the property.

1044 Reen Road, GIDGEGANNUP WA 6083

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Falcon Beach House features on ArchDaily

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The Falcon Beach House is on the worlds most visited architectural website ArchDaily. The feature includes a full list of photos, drawings and sketches.

Please follow the link:

 

http://www.archdaily.com/870167/falcon-beach-house-iredale-pedersen-hook-architects?utm_medium=email&utm_source=ArchDaily List

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photos- Dion Robeson

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The Applecross House is Shortlisted in the 2017 National Houses Award

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Our Applecross House is shortlisted in the 2017 national Houses Awards in the New House over 200m2 category.

The Applecross House was the winner of last years national Think Brick Horbury Hunt residential Award and the Think Brick Grand Prix winner. It was also a finalist in the 2016 UK Think Brick International category.

Landscape Architecture by Carrier Postmus

Engineer- Terpkos Engineering

Photography- Peter Bennetts

Please follow the link:

https://housesawards.com.au/pages/gallery/year:2017/awardid:2/entryid:232/

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The Sheep House Features in Architecture and Identity

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Our Sheep House project features in the latest edition of Chris Abel’s Architecture and Identity.

Chapter 21 titled ‘A fragile habitation’ looks at the evolution of Australian housing from early settler, via Glenn Murcutt and Sean Godspell to more recent projects.

The book is published by Routledge and available through most on-line bookstores.

 

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