Thank you to all entrants and good luck and congratulations to all finalists.
Residential New - finalists
RESIDENTIAL NEW AWARD
Winners of this category have shown creativity and innovation, as well as working with the unique aspects of their site and budget. Past winners and commended entries have ranged from million-dollar new builds to modest buildings tackling challenging site constraints.
Residential projects nurture families through different stages of life and create the backdrop for many enduring memories. Great design turn houses into homes and provide inhabitants with an adaptable, functional and inspiring space to call their own.
As above, winners of this category have shown creativity and innovation, as well as working with the unique aspects of their site and budget. Past winners and commended entries have included extensions to existing houses, renovations to a studio apartment and an attic conversion.
A project with a broader budget may not outweigh a smaller addition that has excelled against the odds of budget or site constraints.
Bourke Street Apartment Fowler and Ward
Small Grand Apartment tsai Design
Brunswick Lean-to Blair Smith Architecture
Warehouse Greenhouse Breathe Architecture
Hampden Road House Archier
COMMERCIAL AWARD - finalists
Commercial projects entered into the ArchiTeam Awards can include offices, restaurants and cafes, retail shops, architectural studios, as well as warehouses, and industrial projects. Projects can be new builds, fit-outs, or temporary structures such as pop-up shops.
Past winners of the commercial category have included members’ own work studio, restaurants, retail, product showroom, and a brewery canteen. The architectural design of a commercial project has the potential to set the business apart from its competitors, add to the business branding, and provide a highly desirable working environment for staff and visitors alike.
NAR Showroom Fowler and Ward
Parks Victoria Archier +
Harrison and White
South Terrace Mezzanine Philip Stejskal Architecture
Where House? EMArchitects
COMMUNITY AWARD - finalists
A diverse range of projects fit within the Community category, but they can all be defined as being available for public use. Community projects may also include projects that are more abstract but for the service of a community or the broader public.
Examples of past ArchiTeam Community Award winners and commendations have been places of worship, a cubby within a child care centre, a school library and a temporary architectural installation in a public space.
The Community category celebrates architecture that help shape neighbourhoods and support our communities.
Arkadia Breathe Architecture
Yarra Pools WOWOWA Architecture
UNBUILT AWARD - finalists
Entries in the Unbuilt category can reflect unrestrained conceptual ideas, not-yet-realised architectural projects, or designs in other mediums based on architectural principles. These projects can be drawn from an unrealised ‘real world’ client brief, or a purely hypothetical project exploring issues of interest to you. They can also be architectural competition entries, such as a single house, a mixed-use development, a public building or even master planning for a better community.
Past winners in this category have included projects that have gone on to be built, projects that were never meant to be built, competition entries as well as flat pack furniture.
Barkly Street DREAMER + Breathe Architecture
Dead End House Kuzman Architecture
Melbourne Recovery Centre Breathe Architecture
St Andrews Square Moloney Architects
Yarra Pools WOWOWA Architecture
CONTRIBUTION AWARD - finalists
This Award is to recognise contribution and/or innovation to architecture beyond the design and production of buildings. Entry is eligible to win this Award if it contributes to the industry discourse be it in a written form via a blog, publication, or organised tour or broadcast – either by a member or by a group that includes a member; or alternately a member may nominate a special initiative that is outside the ArchiTeam co-operative for special recognition.
Additionally, a member can be awarded within this category if they have been outstanding in contributing to the Architecture industry through their actions in promoting and advocating. An architectural building may be awarded in this category only if it exemplifies a high contribution to the industry and promotes the profession of Architecture through-provoking discussion or public interest.
Note: ArchiTeam member to nominate and prepare the application for any non-member group.