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    Public spaces & Adelaide landmarks triumph at 2015 SA Architecture Awards

    Nathan Johnson

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    Public spaces and city landmarks have triumphed at the 2015 South Australian Architecture Awards, announced by the Australian Institute of Architects on Friday, July 3.

    As was the case with the WA Architecture Awards, it was a collaborative effort from some of the state’s big names in architecture that took out the program’s most coveted honour, the Jack McConnell Award for Public Architecture, which went to the Adelaide Oval Redevelopment by Cox Architecture, Walter Brooke and Hames Sharley.

    The project was also joint recipient of the City of Adelaide Prize, the Colorbond Prize for Steel in Architecture and also picked up a Commendation in the Urban Design category.

    Continuing the accolades for public projects, the rejuvenation of the Hart’s Mill precinct into a family-friendly destination that retains the Port’s historical character earned Mulloway Studio and Aspect Studio the David Saunders Award for Heritage.

    The Sustainable Architecture prize went to the Jeffrey Smart Building, University of South Australia by John Wardle Architects in association with Phillips/Pilkington Architects, which was also chosen as the best Educational Architecture project for 2015.

    Full list of winning projects:

    EDUCATIONAL ARCHITECTURE

    SA CHAPTER AWARD
    Jeffrey Smart Building, University of South Australia by John Wardle Architects in association with Phillips/Pilkington Architects. Photography by Sam Noonan

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    ARCHITECTURE AWARD

    • Margaret Ames Centre, Immanuel College by Swanbury Penglase Architects

    COMMENDATIONS

    • Cornerstone College ‘Paideia’ by Flightpath Architects
    • Adelaide High School Learning Centre by JPE Design Studio


    ENDURING ARCHITECTURE

    JACK CHEESMAN AWARD
    Centennial Park Chapel Complex by Geof Nairn Architects. Image: ABC

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    HERITAGE

    DAVID SAUNDERS AWARD
    The Hart’s Mill Projects by Mulloway Studio and Aspect Studio. Photography by Don Brice

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    ARCHITECTURE AWARDS

    • Old Parliament House – Facility and Accessibility Upgrade by Swanbury Penglase Architects
    • Seppeltsfield Cellar Door and Fino Restaurant by Max Pritchard Architect

    COMMENDATIONS

    • Sir William Goodman Bridge by Flightpath Architects
    • 46 Mackinnon Parade by Phillips/Pilkington Architects
    • Mayfair Hotel by JPE Design Studio

    INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE

    ROBERT DICKSON AWARD
    Seppeltsfield Cellar Door and Fino Restaurant by Max Pritchard Architect. Photography by Sam Noonan

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    ARCHITECTURE AWARDS

    • Adelaide Oval Redevelopment by Cox Architecture, Walter Brooke and Hames Sharley
    • Margaret Ames Centre, Immanuel College by Swanbury Penglase Architects

    COMMENDATIONS

    • Jeffrey Smart Building, University of South Australia by John Wardle Architects in association with Phillips/Pilkington Architects
    • Glenside Health Facilities by Swanbury Penglase Architects in association with Medical Architecture
    • Adelaide High School Learning Centre by JPE Design Studio

    PUBLIC ARCHITECTURE

    JACK MCCONNELL AWARD
    Adelaide Oval Redevelopment by Cox Architecture, Walter Brooke and Hames Sharley. Photography by John Gollings

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    ARCHITECTURE AWARDS

    • Old Parliament House – Facility and Accessibility Upgrade by Swanbury Penglase Architects

    RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE – HOUSES (ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS)

    JOHN SCHENK AWARD
    A Collection of Spaces by Jon Lowe Architect. Photography by Belinda Monck

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    COMMENDATION

    • Grandfather Tom by John Adam Architect Page 3 of 4

    RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE – HOUSES (NEW)

    JOHN S CHAPPEL AWARD
    Plane Tree House by Architects Ink. Photography by Sam Noonan

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    ARCHITECTURE AWARD

    • Robertson House by Max Pritchard Architect

    COMMENDATION

    • Burnside House by Max Pritchard Architect

    RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE – MULTIPLE HOUSING

    COMMENDATION

    • 6 on Sixth by Tridente Architects

    SMALL PROJECT ARCHITECTURE

    ARCHITECTURE AWARD

    • Blackline by Dimitty Andersen Architects

    COMMENDATION

    • Jeweller’s Studio by Max Pritchard Architect

    SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE

    DERRICK KENDRICK AWARD
    Jeffrey Smart Building, University of South Australia by John Wardle Architects in association with Phillips/Pilkington Architects. Photography by Sam Noonan

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    ARCHITECTURE AWARD

    • Grandfather Tom by John Adam Architect

    URBAN DESIGN

    GAVIN WALKLEY AWARD
    Victoria Square / Tarndanyangga – Stage 1 by Adelaide City Council and Taylor Cullity Lethlean. Photography by John Gollings

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    ARCHITECTURE AWARD

    • The Hart’s Mill Projects by Mulloway Studio and Aspect Studio

    COMMENDATIONS

    • Riverbank Bridge by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, Taylor Cullity Lethlean & Aurecon
    • Adelaide Oval Redevelopment by Cox Architecture, Walter Brooke and Hames Sharley

    COLORBOND® AWARD FOR STEEL ARCHITECTURE

    Adelaide Oval Redevelopment by Cox Architecture, Walter Brooke and Hames Sharley. Photography by John Gollings

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    COMMENDATION

    • Cornerstone College ‘Paideia’ by Flightpath Architects

    ADDITIONAL PRIZES

    CITY OF ADELAIDE PRIZE (JOINT WINNERS)
    Adelaide Oval Redevelopment by Cox Architecture, Walter Brooke and Hames Sharley
    Riverbank Bridge by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer, Taylor Cullity Lethlean & Aurecon


    PEOPLE’S CHOICE FOR HOUSES (NEW)
    Plane Tree House by Architects Ink


    PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD FOR HOUSES (ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS)
    A collection of spaces by Jon Lowe Architect


    PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD FOR THE CITY OF ADELAIDE PRIZE
    Princess Elizabeth Playspace by Adelaide City Council


    SIR JAMES IRWIN PRESIDENT’S PRIZE
    Mr John Schenk LFRAIA


    EMERGING ARCHITECT PRIZE
    Candy Aung, Grieve Gillett Dimitty Andersen Architects


     

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