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2014 International Architecture Awards

Narrowed down to 11 outstanding projects, Indesign’s featured architects Denton Corker Marshall, Kerry Hill, BVN Donovan Hill were among those who stunned at the International Architecture Awards.



BY Anna Guerrero

July 25th, 2014


(Above: PARKROYAL on Pickering in Singapore by WOHA. Image: Patrick Bingham-Hall)

The Australian Institute of Architects announced its 2014 International Architecture Awards on Friday 25 July. These awards recognize overseas projects by Australian architects, and these winners, selected by the Institute’s International Area Committee, effectively make up the shortlist for the Jørn Utzon Award for International Architecture, which will be presented at the 2014 National Architecture Awards, on 6 November in Darwin.

From a total of twenty-four projects entered, eleven were recognized with either an award or commendation across categories aligned to the Institute’s national awards program.

Mostly drawn from Asia, the projects reflect the regional focus of the 2014 National Architecture Conference (Making), and demonstrate the breadth of work by Australian architects, particularly in Singapore and China.

Top projects included:

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Stonehenge Exhibition + Visitor Centre in the United Kingdom by Denton Corker Marshall.Image: James Davies

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Stonehenge Exhibition + Visitor Centre in the United Kingdom by Denton Corker Marshall.Image: James Davies

10
Asia Square in Singapore by Denton Corker Marshall. Image: John Gollings

8
Urban Suites in Singapore by Kerry Hill Architects. Image: Albert Lim

7
Shelter@Rainforest in Malaysia by Marra + Yeh Architects. Image: Brett Boardman

6
Regional Terminal at Christchurch Airport, New Zealand, a joint development between Air New Zealand and Christchurch International Airport by BVN Donovan Hill in association with Jasmax. Image: John Gollings

5
ASB North Wharf in New Zealand by BVN Donovan Hill. Image: John Gollings

4
Shelter@Rainforest in Malaysia by Marra + Yeh Architects. Image: Brett Boardman

3
Binus Kindergarten and Primary School in Indonesia by Denton Corker Marshall Jakarta (PT Duta Cermat Mandiri). Image: Chris Bunjamin

2
Phoenix Valley Youth Palace & Grand Theatre in China by Studio505.

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Regional Terminal at Christchurch Airport, New Zealand, a joint development between Air New Zealand and Christchurch International Airport by BVN Donovan Hill in association with Jasmax. Image: John Gollings

Full list of awards:

PUBLIC Architecture Award

PARKROYAL on Pickering in Singapore by WOHA. 

Stonehenge Exhibition + Visitor Centre (United Kingdom) – Denton Corker Marshall

Commendations

Binus Kindergarten and Primary School (Indonesia) – Denton Corker Marshall Jakarta (PT Duta Cermat Mandiri)

Phoenix Valley Youth Palace & Grand Theatre (China) – Studio505

ASB North Wharf in New Zealand by BVN Donovan Hill

COMMERICAL Architecture Award

PARKROYAL on Pickering (Singapore) –WOHA

Commendation

Asia Square (Singapore) – Denton Corker Marshall

INTERIOR Architecture Award

The Sukhothai Residences in Thailand by Kerry Hill Architects.

ASB North Wharf (New Zealand) – BVN Donovan Hill

Commendation

Shelter@Rainforest in Malaysia by Marra + Yeh Architects.

Regional Terminal at Christchurch Airport, a joint development between Air New Zealand and Christchurch International Airport (New Zealand) –BVN Donovan Hill in association with Jasmax

RESIDENTIAL Architecture Award

The Sukhothai Residences (Thailand) –Kerry Hill Architects

Commendation

Urban Suites (Singapore) – Kerry Hill Architects

SMALL PROJECTS Architecture Award

Shelter@Rainforest (Malaysia) – Marra + Yeh Architects

Commendation

Kunshan Modular Pavilions (China) – Brearley Architects + Urbanists (B.A.U.)

Text: ArchitectureAU

 

 


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