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    14 of Sydney's best projects vie for 2014 Design Awards

    Nathan Johnson

    Fourteen Sydney architecture projects are among the finalists for the 2014 Sydney Design Awards which also includes projects from the fields of landscape, interior and urban design.

    Turner architects, a+ design group and Rice Daubney architects are standouts in the architecture categories with multiple projects from these firms making the finalists list.

    The 2014 Commercial – Constructed category will see architecture heavy weights compete for the top prize with 8 Chifley Square by Lippmann Partnership/Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners and Liberty Place by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp the only two making the list in that category.

    Twenty-two interior design projects also made the cut and will compete across five sub categories. The Sydney Commonwealth Parliament Offices by Architectus + Ingenhoven continues on from its success in the 2014 BPN Sustainability Awards to make the finals for the Interior Design - Public or Institutional category. 

    The Landscape Design category will see a battle of the green walls with vertical gardens from One Central Park, Sydney designed by Patrick Blanc and developed by ASPECT and OCULUS taking on The Greenwall Company who have entered their own smaller scale residential greenwall.

    Winners of the awards will be announced Wednesday, 20 August at an afternoon reception held at the Brand X event space, L3 Central Chippendale. 

    In addition to the individual category awards, the Best Studio awards and App Design Champion will be awarded.

    Full list of architecture, interior design, landscape design and urban design finalists:

    Architecture - Commercial - Constructed

    8 Chifley Square by Lippmann Partnership/Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners

    Liberty Place by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp

    Architecture - Mixed Use - Constructed

    East Village at Victoria Park by PAYCE. (architects: Turner)

    T1 St Leonards by a+ design group

     

    Architecture - Proposed

    Avantra iCommunity Apartments by Longton MD+A Architects, Brent Marvin and Bill Clements

    Marina Quays by PAYCE. (architects: HDR | Rice Daubney) 

    Royal Shores at Ermington by PAYCE. (architects: HDR | Rice Daubney) 

    Gunyama Residence by a+ design group 

    Accommodation Pod by Sumu Design 

    Woolworths Car Park, Crows Nest by a+ design group

     

    Architecture - Residential – Constructed

    Dominion Residences by Group GSA Pty Ltd

    Turramurra House by Noxon Giffen

    Platinum by PAYCE. (architects: Turner)

    Neutral Bay by a+ design group 

     

    Interior Design - Corporate

    Greenland Display Suite by PTW And Lava 

    Wunderman / Bienalto Sydney by The Bold Collective 

    TNS Sydney by The Bold Collective 


    Hollard Real Insurance by Siren Design Group

    NetApp Sydney HQ by Siren Design Group

    Flow Athletica by Siren Design Group

     

    Interior Design - Hospitality

    Coopers Ale House by Patrick Torcasio Design 

    Limestone Bar by Patrick Torcasio Design 

    Niji Restaurant by Forward Thinking Design 

    MoVida Sydney by Adam Dettrick Architects 

    Qantas Hong Kong Lounge by Sumu Design 

     

    Interior Design - Public or Institutional

    Bluey's Treehouse Preschool Care & Learning by Seaside Creative Interiors 

    Camperdown Childcare by CO-AP Architects 

    Australian Catholic University North Sydney Library by BigCity Design 

    Sydney Commonwealth Parliament Offices by Architectus + Ingenhoven 

     

    Interior Design - Residential

    Punggol Way House by DSOD

    Pearl Beach House by BMID

     

    Interior Design – Retail

    19 Luxury by COUP Design Consultant 

    The Eyesite by The Bold Collective 

    A Little Something by Siren Design Group

    Optus Sydney Flagship Store by greater group 

     

    Urban Design

    Washington Park by PAYCE. (architects: Turner)

     

    Landscape Design

    Residential Greenwall by The Greenwall Company

    One Central Park by ASPECT | OCULUS 

    Images: Sydney Design.

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