Australian Institute of Architects Honors Australian Designs Abroad
The Australian Institute of Architects’ International Chapter has announced the winners of its 2015 International Architecture Awards, which honors projects by Australian architects abroad.
Out of 26 entries, the jury, chaired by Grant Marani, awarded five projects, and commended four more in the interior, public, residential, and small project architecture categories.
Awarded projects are now also in the running for the 2015 Jørn Utzon Award for International Architecture, to be announced at the National Architecture Awards in November.
Read on for the full list of awards and commendations, after the break.
Award – Aman Tokyo / Kerry Hill Architects (Japan)
Commendation – Stella Maris Church / Denton Corker Marshall Jakarta / PT Duta Cermat Mandiri (Indonesia)
Commendation – Ibis Style Ipoh Hotel / Schin Architects (Malaysia)
Award – Pico Branch Library / Koning Eizenberg Architecture Inc.(United States)
Commendation – MIT Manukau & Transport Interchange / Warren Mahoney Architects (New Zealand)
Award – Vulkanen: Aarhus Student Housing / Terroir and CUBO Arkitekter in association (Denmark)
Award – Seven Palms Sentosa Cove / Kerry Hill Architects (Singapore)
Small Project Architecture
Award – Gloucestershire Garden Room / Robert Grace Architecture (United Kingdom)
Commendation – The Waratah Studio / studio505 (United Kingdom)
News via the Australian Institute of Architects.