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    Australia's best timber projects celebrated at 2016 Australian Timber Design Awards

    Cabin shelters for walkers taking the Three Capes Track challenge, student residences at the University of Tasmania and a major redevelopment at a public square on Henley Beach, SA were some of the big winners at the recently announced 2016 Australian Timber Design Awards.

    Organised to promote outstanding timber design in the built environment segment, the awards program this year saw 18 projects from across Australia being honoured in 24 categories. The Timber Design Awards are open to builders, designers, architects, engineers and landscapers or anyone involved in the design or building of structures that feature timber.

    2016 Australian Timber Design Awards – Winners’ List

    GRAND PRIX WINNER

    Three Capes Track Cabins by Jaws Architects528_11733-1.jpg
    Photography by Brett Boardman

    PEOPLE’S CHOICE

    Makan Place by PNEU ArchitectsMacan-2.jpg
    Photography by Jack Lovell

    RESIDENTIAL CLASS 1 – NEW BUILDINGS

    West End House by Richard Kirk ArchitectWest-End-2.jpg
    Photography by Scott Burrows

    RESIDENTIAL CLASS 1 – ALTERNATION OR ADDITION

    Sofia and Otto’s Playground by Gaetano Palmese ArchitectsSofia-2.jpg
    Photography by Brett Boardman

    MULTI RESIDENTIAL

    Three Capes Track Cabins by Jaws Architects528_11781-1.jpg
    Photography by Brett Boardman

    PUBLIC OR COMMERCIAL BUILDING

    Bold Park Aquatic by Donovan Payne ArchitectsBold-Park-2.jpg
    Photography by Emma Van Dordrecht

    INTERIOR FITOUT – RESIDENTIAL

    The Farm by Fergus Scott ArchitectsFarm-2.jpg
    Photography by Michael Nicholson

    INTERIOR FITOUT – COMMERCIAL

    Lot 1, Sydney by Enter ProjectsLot-1-2.jpg
    Photography by Brett Boardman

    STANDALONE STRUCTURE

    Condev Reception Space by Studio WorkshopCondev-2.jpg
    Photography by David Taylor

    FURNITURE AND JOINERY

    The Pieman Collection by Hydrowood

    The-Pieman-2.jpg
    Photography by Michele Chow and Haydn Cattach Photography

    LANDSCAPE

    Henley Square Redevelopment by Taylor Cullity Lethlean and Troppo Architects in association with the City of Charles SturtHenley-Square-2.jpg
    Image: TCL & Troppo Architects

    TIMBER FABRICATION

    Bold Park Aquatic by Donovan Payne Architects90_4176.jpg
    Photography by Emma Van Dordrecht

    SUSTAINABILITY

    Marist College Bendigo Montagne Centre by Y2 Architecture and Three Acres Landscape Architecture

    Marist-Brothers-1.jpg
    Photography by Bill Conroy

    RISING STAR

    Andrew Volkmann of Donovan Payne Architects for Bold Park Aquatic

    SMALL BUDGET

    106 Flinders Street by Bates Smart106-Flinders-1.jpg
    Photography by Peter Clarke

    AUSTRALIAN CERTIFIED TIMBER

    Woodleigh School Homestead Redevelopment by Law ArchitectsWoodleigh_2.jpg
    Photography by George Theodoridis/Katherine Peasley


    ENGINEERED TIMBER PRODUCTS

    University of Tasmania Inveresk Student Residences by Morrison and Breytenbach Architects in association with Circa Morris-Nunn ArchitectsUnit-of-Tas-1.jpg
    Photography by Thomas-Liam Ryan

    FITOUT FEATURING DECORATIVE SLICED VENEER

    Lilly’s Espresso e Cucina by Zanazan Architecture StudioLillys-Rhodes-Waterside-cafe-6.jpgLillys-Rhodes-Waterside-cafe-6-1.jpglily.JPG

    TIMBER CLADDING

    Inlet House by Seeley Architectsinlet.jpg
    Photography by Nic Granleese

    TIMBER FLOORING

    Abbotsleigh Multi-Purpose Assembly and Sports Hall by Allen Jack and CottierAbbottsleigh-1.jpg
    Photography by Tyrone Branigan

    RECYCLED TIMBER

    The Farm by Fergus Scott Architects

    TIMBER PANELS

    The Gipson Commons, St Michael’s Grammar School by Architectus GroupThe-Gippsam-1.jpg

    TIMBER VENEERS

    Lot 1, Sydney by Enter Projects

    TIMBER WINDOWS AND DOORS

    The Farm by Fergus Scott Architects

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