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Queensland Architecture Awards 2012

A regional community hub has been awarded Queensland’s highest honour at this year’s Architecture Awards.



BY jesse

June 27th, 2012


Caboolture Hub, a regional centre for art, culture and learning designed by Peddle Thorp + James Cubitt Architects, has received the FDF Stanley Award for Public Architecture at the Australian Institute of Architects’ Queensland Architecture Awards.

 

 

“The planning is legible yet fluid, the building connects multiply to the city, and the spaces facilitate both defined and adaptive uses,” said the jury of the facility, which spans 5000sqm of floor space and comprises a library, art gallery, learning centre and café.

 

 

Photography: Roger D’Souza

Owen and Vokes took away the Robin Dods Award for Residential Architecture (Houses) for Four-Room Cottage, a “small but richly layered house”.

 

 

Photography: Jon Linkins

Arkhefield and Cardno S.P.L.A.T. took out the Beatrice Hutton Award for Commercial Architecture and the Karl Langer Award for Urban Design in recognition of their River Quay development.

 

The jury described the precinct as “a multivalent experience – ranging from a concave grassed and terraced amphitheatre park to 3 restaurants interconnected but different, covertly engaging the river edge, the others overtly embracing the public promenade but all seducing patronage to the space internal and external.”

 

Photography: John Gollings

The GHM Addison Award for Interior Architecture went to the Eatons Hotel and Function Centre designed by KP Architects, described by the jury as a “wonderful translation of sophisticated design which attracts an extremely wide demographic.”

 

 

 

Photography: Scott Burrows

Donovan Hill took out the Hayes & Scott Award for Small Project Architecture for their National School Pride – Cannon Hill State School project, a “thoroughly successful editing and recalibrating of an existing elevated Queenslander classroom building.”

 

 

Photography: Donovan Hill

Other award recipients on the evening included Ferrier Baudet Architects, who took home the Art and Architecture Prize; Geoffrey Pie Architect, awarded the prize for Enduring Architecture for Pie Residence, Peregian Beach; Viridian Noosa: Stage 3 by JMA Architects, which received the Job & Froud Award for Residential Architecture (Multiple Housing) and Viridian Village: Outrigger Resort by JMA Architects, which took out the Harry S Marks Award for Sustainable Architecture. The Colorbond Award for Steel Architecture went to Suters Architects for their Park Lake State School design.

Australian Institute of Architects
architecture.com.au

 

 

 

 

 


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