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    14 projects up for 2016 People’s Choice Award – Voting now open

    Fourteen residential projects have been shortlisted for the National Architecture Awards’ 2016 People’s Choice Award, which gives members of the public the opportunity to select their favourite from Australia’s best home designs.

    The Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) celebrated World Architecture Day on Monday 3 October by opening up voting for the People’s Choice Award. Shortlisted by the national jury, the projects for the coveted award range from discreet alterations to grand works of art, all showcasing the best residential architecture from around the country.

    Voting is open until 5:00pm AEDST Thursday 27 October, one week before the National Architecture Awards ceremony. Members of the public also stand to win some great prizes for voting in the People’s Choice Award by telling AIA in 25 words or less why their chosen project is their favourite.

    The winning project will be revealed at the National Architecture Awards ceremony on Thursday 3 November at the Ivy Ballroom in Sydney along with all the winners chosen by the expert panel of judges.

    2016 People’s Choice Award shortlist

    Camino House (WA) by Bosske ArchitectureCamino-3.jpgCamino2-1.jpgCamino1-2.jpg

    Photography by Peter Bennetts 


    Chapel Hill House (QLD) by Reddog ArchitectsChapel-Hill-1.jpgChapel-Hill-2.jpgChapel-Hill-3.jpg
    Photography by Christopher Frederick Jones 


    Darlinghurst Rooftop (NSW) by CO-AP (Architects)Darlinghurst1.jpgDarlinghurst2.jpg
    Photography by Ross Honeysett 


    Deepdene House (VIC) by Kennedy NolanDeepdene1.jpgDeepdene2-1.jpgDeepdene3.jpg
    Photography by Kennedy Nolan


    Deepwater (NSW) by Tobias Partnersdeepwater.jpgdeepwater2-1.jpgdeepwater3-1.jpg
    Photography by Justin Alexander 


    Five Yards House (TAS) by ArchierFive-Yards.jpgFive-Yars.jpg
    Photography by Adam Gibson


    Granville Residence (QLD) by Richard Kirk ArchitectGranville-1.jpgGranville-2.jpgGranville-3.jpg
    Photography by Scott Burrows 


    House in Hamilton (QLD) by Phorm Architecture + Design with Tato ArchitectsHouse-in-Hamilton.jpghouse-in-hamilton-2.jpgHouse-in-Hamilton3.jpg
    Photography by Christopher Frederick Jones 


    Indigo Slam (NSW) by Smart Design StudioIndigo1.jpgindigo2-1.jpgIndigo3.jpg
    Photography by Sharrin Rees 

    Jenny's House (TAS) by Rosevear StephensonJenny-s-House.jpgJenny-s-House-2.jpg
    Photography by Ray Joyce


    Mills, The Toy Management House (VIC) by Austin Maynard ArchitectsMills1.jpg

    mills3-3.jpgMill2-1.jpg
    Photography by Peter Bennetts 


    Point Lonsdale House (VIC) by NMBW Architecture StudioPoint-Lonsdale1.jpgpoint-lonsdale-2-1.jpgpoint-lonsdale-3.jpg
    Photography by Peter Bennetts 


    Project Zero (QLD) by BVNProject-Zero-2.jpgProject-Zero.jpg
    Photography by Christopher Frederick Jones 


    Rosalie House (QLD) by Owen ArchitectureRosalie3.jpgRosalie.jpg
    Photography by Toby Scott

     

     

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