Three developments featuring Fairview façade and cladding panels were among the winners at the 2019 ACT Architecture Awards in Canberra. These projects featured Fairview’s high quality, non-combustible aluminium façade panel Stryüm as well as their natural architectural fibre cement cladding product, Equitone.

Stryüm aluminium façade panels offer a reliable, attractive and modern alternative to various commercial cladding products on the market. These panels have been specifically designed by experienced commercial façade professionals utilising the ventilated rainscreen system.

Equitone is a prefinished 8mm high density cladding available in an inspiring range of finishes that bring out the natural beauty of fibre cement. These façade panels are also environment-friendly and completely non-combustible, and can last for more than 50 years even in demanding exterior applications.

Projects honoured at the 2019 ACT Architecture Awards

Edgeworth Apartments

Edgeworth Apartments by Cox Architecture was the recipient of the Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing Sydney Ancher Award. Located in the heart of Canberra, this contemporary development is clad in a combination of the distinct Stryüm Seam in Kosciusko Breeze, along with Equitone Natura through-coloured material in special colour N073.

Manuka Oval Media and Function Centre

Manuka Oval Media and Function Centre by Populous received a commendation in the Commercial Architecture category. The multi-use facility combines the Stryüm cladding system in Shadow profiles 160 and 300 in horizontal and vertical style over the 19-metre tall façade.

CGGS Early Learning Centre

CGGS Early Learning Centre by Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn won the award for Educational Architecture. The Canberra Girls Grammar School development situated in the suburb of Deakin features two Equitone materials – the highly expressive structure of Tectiva TE15, which offers high durability, complemented by Natura N215 with its smooth matt surface providing attractive clean lines.

These outstanding buildings will now be showcased nationally with the winners having advanced to the National Architecture Awards to be announced on 7 November 2019.