Our Glen Forrest House + Church features in the latest issue of Habitus #41 and is shortlisted for the 2018 Habitus House of the Year Award.
Don’t miss the great article written by Rachael Burnstone.
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Revisit the 2018 Manfred Schiedhelm Memorial Lecture:
Walking, Thinking and Making Landscape with Vogt, by Tom Griffiths
Presented on Thursday 13th September 2018.
Yagan Square has won the Urban Development Institute of Australia, UDIA WA Awards for Excellence 2018, Urban Renewal Category.
Yagan Square was designed by Lyons Architects, iredale pedersen hook architects and Aspect Studio, numerous artists and sub-consultants with MRA as the primary client and NS Project Managers.
The Australian Institute of Architects has announced the shortlist for the 2018 National Architecture Awards.
From 975 entries across state and territory chapter awards programs, 203 were eligible for judging by the national jury, which has shortlisted 70 projects, which will vie for the prestigious awards.
Jury chair Richard Kirk said the judging process affirmed the importance of site visits in determining the shortlist. “Each project visit was always an experience of delight and surprise, and we were continually reminded how project images can never be a substitute for experiencing the building itself,” he said.
“Furthermore, these visits provided a unique experience made all the richer by the opportunity to engage with the architects and in almost all instances their clients.”
Also on the jury were, Jill Garner (Victorian Government Architect), Katelin Butler (editorial director, Architecture Media), Charles Wright (Charles Wright Architects) and Kevin O’Brien (Kevin O’Brien Architects).
Kirk said that the jury was particularly impressed by the diversity of the submissions.
“This national overview provided an opportunity to reflect on how Australia’s vastly different landscapes, urban conditions and economic circumstances influence the work we saw.”
“The jury was aware that in comparing work with such differences in location, complexity or budget, it was important for there to be consensus of view as to how each project responded to the criteria.
“We were impressed by these projects that established new design benchmarks that can be of value to the broader community and through that influence see a positive change resonate in our built environment.”
The winners of the 2018 National Architecture Awards will be announced in Melbourne on 1 November.
Congratulations to all the West Australian shortlisted nettles, i’s an impressive and diverse collection.
Don’t miss the 2018 Manfred Schiedhelm Memorial Lecture:
Walking, Thinking and Making Landscape with Vogt by Tom Griffiths
Thursday 13th September 2018 6pm iph studio.
Kununurra Courthouse by TAG and iph architects features in the September 2018 issue of The Architectural Review from the UK .
It forms part of a Typology feature on Law Courts written by Tom Wilkinson “From Kafkaesque labyrinths of columns and arches to the abstraction of Modernist towers: the representation of justice in a world ruled by its absence is an intractable task”.
The Glen Forrest House + Church has featured in the Community News Hills Gazette.
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iredale pedersen hook architects are pleased to announce that the recently completed Highgate Primary School and Fitzroy Crossing Renal Hostel are finalists in the Architizer A+ Awards. Highgate Primary School is a finalist in the Architecture + Education category and Fitzroy Crossing Renal Hostel is a finalist in the Healthcare and Wellbeing category.
The competition includes jury awards and popular choice awards and will be announced on 30th July.
“The Architizer A+Awards sets itself apart from other architecture award programs by giving everyone a say on the world’s best architecture, spaces and products.
The A+Awards Popular Choice celebrates the opinions of a public that lives, works and plays within architecture every single day. Every vote is equal, so as you select your favourite project from the shortlist, your voice is heard.
So you be the judge. Vote now and celebrate the most amazing projects on the planet and people that have worked so hard to bring them to life!”
Please vote for these projects by clicking on the links below (voting closes on July 20th):
We are proud to be the recipients of the The Hillson Beasley Award for Educational Architecture 2018 Australian Institute of Architecture, Western Australian Architecture Awards for the Highgate Primary School New Teaching Spaces. This project was also the winner of an Award for the Urban Design category.
Manatj Park (Perth City Link) by iph architects with Lyons Architects and PlanE, won the COLORBOND Award for Steel Architecture- Commendation and was Shortlisted for the Mondoluce Lighting Award.
Highgate Primary School will now go in to the national AIA awards.
Both Highgate Primary school and Glen Forrest House + Church have been shortlisted in the 2018 World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards.
Highgate Primary School is in the School category and Glen Forrest in the Villa category.
This year there were a record number of submissions from 81 countries, all finalists will present for the awards at Amsterdam between 28-30 November 2018.
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iph are past winners of the world Best Use of Colour in 2017 and the world best Health Project in 2015.
photos Peter Bennetts
Fitzroy Crossing Renal Hostel has won an Award of Merit at the 2018 Azure AZ Social Good Category International Awards.
“In 2018, we received an unprecedented 997 entries from 46 countries. The work we received represents some of the most cutting edge, environmentally progressive and socially aware projects out there. We are thrilled to continue to celebrate the 64 finalists selected by the 2018 jury: Claire Weisz, Megan Torza, Michael Anastassiades, Michel Rojkind and Allen Chan; and to spread the word through AZURE’s network, and the networks of our sponsors and media partners.”
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We are delighted to announce that Fitzroy Crossing is the winner of the 2018 Dulux Colour Awards Grand Prix and Commercial Exterior Category.
This year’s awards attracted a record number of entries – more than 300 from around Australia and New Zealand.
Fitzroy Crossing emerged as a clear winner of the overall 32nd Dulux Colour Awards.The jury noted the following: “An exemplary piece of architecture, whose impact is heightened, and even defined by, the considered use of colour, the Fitzroy Crossing Renal Hostel is the clear overall winner of this year’s Grand Prix. The nuanced juxtaposition of contextually inspired hues demonstrates an understanding of the strength of colour and its relevance in the Australian landscape.” “Every colour in this project has meaning and, in its remote environmental context as well as its functional context – that is, the building’s purpose – it is stunning. The architects’ resolved use of colour exemplifies its ability to transform a structure and to generate a sense of place, and the level of sophistication in which it is employed here is exceptional.”
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The project was commissioned by the Government of Western Australia Department of Communities Housing and the WA Country Health Service (WACHS) on behalf of the Fitzroy Crossing community.
Fitzroy Crossing Renal Hostel has been shortlisted in the exterior commercial category of the 2018 Dulux Colour Awards.
This follows the success at the 2017 World Architecture Festival in Berlin where Fitzroy Crossing won the international Best Use of Colour Award.
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Yagan Square is officially open.
This is a historic day in the history of Perth with Northbridge being reunited with the city.
More to follow later.
Lyons Architects in association with iredale pedersen hook architects and Aspect Studios.