Intergrain proudly announces the impressive panel of judges for its 2015 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards.
Representing all sections of the Australasian design community, the prestigious judging panel for the 2015 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards comprises of Richard Kirk, Principal Director of KIRK; Jane Irwin, Landscape Architect and founder of Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture; Cameron Bruhn from Architecture Media; and Kendra Pinkus, Associate Director at Bates Smart.
Intergrain Trade Brand Manager, Amanda Chalmers observes that the high calibre of judges chosen for the competition is testament to the continued success of the program and the quality projects entered each year.
Amanda explained that each member of the 2015 panel brought top industry knowledge from a range of architecture, landscape and design communities.
The judges will review shortlisted entries across Commercial Interior; Commercial Exterior; Residential Interior; Residential Exterior; Young Architect; and Public Space categories.
The 2015 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards is currently open for entries, with submissions closing 30 June 2015. Winners will be announced on 21 August 2015.
The 2015 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards jury:
Richard Kirk, Principal Director of KIRK
Richard Kirk established his practice in 1995 after graduating from the University of Queensland with first class honours, the QIA Memorial Medallion and the Board of Architects Prize. His firm is known for its pioneering use of timber as structure in large scale and complex projects.
Jane Irwin, Landscape Architect and Founder of Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture (JILA)
Established in Sydney in 1996, JILA has developed a hard-hitting reputation in landscape architecture and urban design through Irwin's broad experience on a range of projects from intimate gardens to large urbanised city locations.
Cameron Bruhn, Editorial Director of Architecture Media
Architecture Media is a publication in the architecture and design community. As Editorial Director, Bruhn brings industry knowledge based on exposure to new projects and innovative designs on a daily basis. Bruhn holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Queensland and is undertaking a practice-based PhD at RMIT University.
Kendra Pinkus, Associate Director at Bates Smart
Pinkus has extensive experience in residential, hospitality and retail design, and is known for the sensitive interpretation of her client’s vision to create distinctive interiors of contemporary luxury and understated elegance.