We are pleased to announce that the Wedge Studios has been awarded The Frederick Romberg Award for Multiple Residential Architecture. We thank our key partners Melissa Wilson Landscape, McLaren Traffic, ARIM Services, Australian Consulting Engineers, TDL, Joeliane, Mobius and Credwell. We particularly thank our extraordinary clients and master concrete formers, the Australex Group for their commitment to providing amenity and quality. The Jury Citation can be accessed at ArchitectureAU
We are pleased to announce that Cambell Section 5 has been awarded a National Architecture Award for Urban Design. We thank our key partners Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture, Cardno and the Land Development Agency in Canberra for their insight and commitment to the public realm in this key piece of city making. The Jury Citation can be accessed at ArchitectureAU
We are delighted to share our recent success at the NSW Architecture Awards. Verve Towers, a collaboration with CKDS in Newcastle, received the Blacket Prize for Regional Architecture and the Bolot Award for Multiple Residential Architecture.
Studio Apartments and Ballarat House, received architecture awards in the Multiple Housing and Heritage categories respectively, and Foveaux Commercial Suites, received a commendation in the Commercial category.
We sincerely thank all of our incredible clients, contractors and collaborators for working with us on these projects. These awards are a reflection on these many, many individuals whose dedication is fundamental to the creation of excellent architectural works.
Campbell Section 5 recently received the Sir John Overall Award for Urban Design at the ACT AIA Chapter Architecture Awards.
A collaboration with Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture, the jury noted, ‘The fundamentals are strong and are not easily lost nor diluted forming a strong foundation on which further detail will be added over time. A deceptively simple project.’
Photograph by Dianna Snape.
Verve Residences by CKDS Architecture with Hill Thalis Architecture and Urban Projects won the prestigious Newcastle Architecture Medal, along with the award for Residential Architecture – Houses (Multiple Housing) and a commendation for Sustainable Architecture. The jury observed that the project “sets a new standard of urban architecture in Newcastle, an exemplar combining public benefits, activation and leading residential design.”
Philip Thalis has been made a Life Fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects, in recognition of his significant contribution to the profession through practice engagement with the Institute, public service and his extensive involvement with architectural education.