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    Australian architects dominate international school design awards

    Nicholas Rider

    Four Australian architects won prizes at the recently held International 2016 Exhibition of School Planning & Architectural Awards.

    Australia’s Y2 Architecture won a Project of Distinction for their Marist College Bendigo project, while fellow Australians, Law Architects took home the same award for their Woodleigh School Homestead Redevelopment project. BVN’s Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Primary School, North Strathfield picked up the Lee J. Brockway Award, and One Heart Childrens Village Primary School & Childrens Home in Kenya by Australians Clarke Hopkins Clarke Architects was awarded a Special Citation. 

    The International Exhibition of School Planning & Architectural Awards, hosted by the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE), is the world’s largest juried exhibit recognising exceptional planning and inspired architectural design of high quality learning environments.

    Nominations for the International 2016 Exhibition of School Planning and Architectural Awards were given to projects that won A4LE awards at a national level.

    The winning entries will be exhibited at the A4LE’s Learning Scapes 2016 Conference in Philadelphia, USA between 28 September and 1 October.

    The Australian projects

    PROJECTS OF DISTINCTION

    Marist College Bendigo by Y2 Architecture
    image.jpgImage: Y2 Architecture 

    Woodleigh School Homestead Redevelopment Melbourne by Law Architects
    Woodleigh_School_147.jpgImage: Law Architects 

    LEE J. BROCKWAY AWARD FOR RENOVATION/ADDITION

    Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Primary School, North Strathfield by BVN 
    129_09-OLA-Learning-space-joinery.jpgPhotography by John Gollings

    SPECIAL CITATION AWARD

    One Heart Childrens Village Primary School & Childrens Home, Kenya by Clarke Hopkins Clarke Architects
    4066.jpgPhotography by Dean Landy

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