The Australian Institute of Architects have announced the 2015 Victorian Architecture Awards with a huge number of prizes awarded for what was a very productive year for Victorian Architecture.
There were 12 category prizes announced by Victorian Chapter President Peter Malatt. The awards ranged from residential architecture though to public designs
“The Victorian Chapter is thrilled by the quality of entrants in the 2015 Victorian Architecture Awards,” Malatt said.
“The winning practices have showcased beautiful, user-centric and sustainable design worth recognising not just for the aesthetic, but also for the vital role they play in our State’s wellbeing and development.”
Amongst the winners were ARM Architecture and Jackson Clements Burrows who won multiple prizes in this years awards.
ARM’s stunning work on the Shrine of Remembrance won the most prestigious prize, the Victorian Medal.
Heavily featured amongst the awards this year is the use of timber products which are creatively combined with other materials, much to the pleasure of my eyes.
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