The 2008 RAIA awards for New South Wales were announced on July 19th in Sydney. See the full list of winners here.
July 21st, 2008
Image Caption: Parramatta Justice Building by Bates Smart
Institute of Architects 2008 NSW Architecture Awards: full list of winners
SULMAN AWARD: The Bowden Centre, Mt Annan Botanic Gardens: Kennedy Associates Architects
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: CarriageWorks at Eveleigh: Tonkin Zulaikha Greer
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre: Harry Seidler & Associates
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Recreation Hall, Berry Sports and Recreation Centre: Allen Jack + Cottier Architects Pty Ltd
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Australian School of Business: francis-jones morehen thorp with Lahz Nimmo Architects
COMMENDATION: Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College McCauley Place New Learning Precinct: Brewster Hjorth Architects
LLOYD REES AWARD: Rouse Hill Town Centre: Rice Daubney, Allen Jack + Cottier, Group GSA in association with Civitas Urban Design and Planning
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Sam Fiszman Park, Ben Buckler Headland: McGregor Westlake Architecture
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Parramatta Station Wall: McGregor Westlake Architecture
COMMENDATION: American Express Tower: Cox Richardson Architects & Crone Partners Architecture Studios
COMMENDATION: RTA Prototype Toilet 6: Richard Goodwin Pty Ltd
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Parramatta Justice Building: Bates Smart Pty Ltd (pictured above)
COMMENDATION: 61 York Street: Candalepas Associates
MILO DUNPHY AWARD: Stockland Head Office 133 Castlereagh Street, Sydney
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: The Bowden Centre, Mt Annan Botanic Gardens: Kennedy Associates Architects
GREENWAY AWARD: CarriageWorks at Eveleigh: Tonkin Zulaikha Greer
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: The Cheong House: Robertson & Hindmarsh Pty Ltd
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Restoration of a Colonial Cottage at Millers Point Sydney: Clive Lucas, Stapleton & Partners Pty Ltd
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Courtyard Pavilions, Parramatta Justice Precinct: Bates Smart Pty Ltd
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Restoration of Glenfield, Casula for the Historic Houses Trust, NSW: Clive Lucas, Stapleton & Partners Pty Ltd
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Darling Point Apartment 2: Stanic Harding
COMMENDATION: Stockland Head Office 133 Castlereagh Street Sydney: Bligh Voller Nield
COMMENDATION: Suncorp Place: Bligh Voller Nield
RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE – HOUSES – NEW
WILKINSON AWARD: Leura House: James Stockwell Architect
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Avalon House: Peter Stutchbury Architecture
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: North Avoca House: Neeson Murcutt Architects
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Balgowlah House: Reg Lark Architect
RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE – HOUSES – ALTERATIONS & ADDITIONS
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Chatswood House: marsh cashman koolloos architects
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Kensington House: Fox Johnson
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Garden House: Peter Stutchbury Architecture
COMMENDATION: Lilyfield House: Nobbs Radford Architects
RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE – MULTIPLE HOUSING
AARON BOLOT AWARD: EDO: Stanisic Associates
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Beaconsfield Street Townhouses: Southmarc
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Lamia: Candalepas Associates
COMMENDATION: Lumiere Residence: Foster + Partners and PTW Architects
SMALL PROJECT ARCHITECTURE
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Transgrid Ventilation Shaft: Choi Ropiha
ARCHITECTURE AWARD: Headland Park Amenities, Lower Georges Heights, Mosman: Rick Leplastrier and the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust
COMMENDATION: ‘Light & Airy’, National Parks Amenities Blocks: Lacoste + Stevenson Architects
COMMENDATION: Jack Floyd Reserve: Hill Thalis Architectrure + Urban Projects
COMMENDATION: Permanent Camping: Casey Brown Architecture
Recreation Hall, Berry Sports and Recreation Centre, Allen Jack + Cottier Architects Pty Ltd
NSW 25 YEAR AWARD
Wharf Theatre (Sulman 1985): Vivian Fraser with NSW Government Architect
SPECIAL JURY AWARD
Peter Watts, Historic Houses Trust
Prince Henry Masterplan: Landcom
Treehouse: architecture saville Isaacs pty ltd
MARION MAHONY GRIFFIN AWARD
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