From a home nestled in a pristine forest, to Australia’s first fully-integrated digital hospital, 12 projects are competing for honours in the Australian Institute of Architects’ (AIA) 2015 Sunshine Coast Queensland Regional Architecture Awards.
Winners will be announced on Friday April 17 at the Maroochy Surf Club, with awarded projects to progress on to the Queensland Architecture Awards, announced on June 26.
Full list of projects:
Ridgeway at Sunrise by Push. Photography by Eason Creative
Lake Weyba Duplex by Robinson Architects. Photography by Alain Bouvier
Bells Reach Sales / Vision Centre and Café by Sparks Architects. Photography by Stockland
Kingaroy State High School Flying Start Project by Biscoe Wilson Architects. Photography by Anne Langdon
St Stephen’s Hospital by Conrad Gargett. Photography by Christopher Frederick Jones
M2 House by Biscoe Wilson Architects. Photography by Anne Langdon
Noosa Flexible Learning Centre by Fulton Trotter Architects. Photography by Jason Smith
Resources Building University of the Sunshine Coast by Deicke Richards. Photography by Christopher Frederick Jones
The University of the Sunshine Coast Collaborative Futures Building by HASSELL. Photography by Christopher Frederick Jones
Moffat Beach House by Sprout Architects. Photography by Lucas Muro
Noosa House by John Burgess Architects. Photography by David Taylor
House in Noosa by MORQ. Photography by Peter Bennetts