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Going green: Sustainability Awards shortlist revealed

Architecture & Design‘s Sustainability Awards recognises the talent and progress of Australian architects and designers in the sustainability space. And the 2018 shortlist is out now.

Phoenix Rooftop by Bent Architecture, shortlisted in the Landscape & Biophilia category.

Phoenix Rooftop by Bent Architecture, shortlisted in the Landscape & Biophilia category.



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September 14th, 2018


The official shortlist for Architecture & Design’s 2018 Sustainability Awards has been revealed. The prestigious awards are the longest running sustainable building awards in Australia and have been showcasing the brilliant work of Australian designers and architects working towards a more sustainable agenda. Architecture & Design sees the importance of this growing sector and an ever-increasing need to innovate for a more efficient and ecologically friendly built environment.

Following a near-record submission of almost 200 nominations, an esteemed panel of judges has finalised a selection of projects and designs they believe best satisfy the various criteria across 15 industry-specific categories.

The Shortlist for 2018 Sustainability Awards

Commercial

Barwon Water HQ by GHD Woodhead 
One Malop Street by AURECON
The Beehive by Raffaelo Rosselli / Luigi Rosselli Architects

Barwon Water HQ by GHD Woodhead.

Barwon Water HQ by GHD Woodhead. Photo by Trevor Mein.

Education and Research

Macquarie University Incubator by Architectus
Sustainable House by Carter Williamson
Synergy, CSIRO by BVN

Sustainable House by Carter Williamson.

Sustainable House by Carter Williamson.

Emerging Architect of the Year

Jean Graham, Winter Architecture
Mathew Hinds, Taylor & Hinds Architects
Sarah Lebner, Lighthouse Architecture and Science

Green Building of the Year

The Beehive by Raffaelo Rosselli / Luigi Rosselli Architects
The Burcham by Stable Innovations / AJ+C Architects
The Prince’s Terrace Adelaide by Defence Housing Australia

The Beehive by Raffaelo Rosselli / Luigi Rosselli Architects. Photo by Prue Roscoe.

The Beehive by Raffaelo Rosselli / Luigi Rosselli Architects. Photo by Prue Ruscoe.

Healthcare

Melrose Health by Bent Architecture
Wallan Veterinary Hospital by Crosshatch

Wallan Veterinary Clinic by Crosshatch.

Wallan Veterinary Clinic by Crosshatch.

Innovation

E-Board by Winya
The Footprint Calculator by Footprint Company
The Greenbook by Footprint Company

Interior Architecture

Italianate House by D’Ettorre Architects
The Burcham by Stable Innovations / AJ+C Architects

Italianate House by D'Ettore Architects.

Italianate House by D’Ettore Architects.

Landscape and Biophilia Design

Bendigo Garden for the Future by T.C.L.
Phoenix Rooftop by Bent Architecture
The Burcham by Stable Innovations

Bendigo Garden of the Future by T.C.L.

Bendigo Garden of the Future by T.C.L.

Multiple Dwelling 

Clyde Mews by Six Degrees
The General by C.Kairouz Architects
The Prince’s Terrace Adelaide by Defence Housing Australia

Clyde Mews by Six Degrees.

Clyde Mews by Six Degrees.

Public and Urban Design

Foreshore Amenities by Zen Architects
krakani lumi by Taylor & Hinds Architects

Krakani lumi by Taylor & Hinds.

Krakani lumi by Taylor & Hinds. Photo by Adam Gibson.

Single Dwelling, Alteration or Addition

L-House by Alexander Symes Architecture
Passive Butterfly by EME Design
Vasey House by Light House Architecture and Science

Passive Butterfly by EME Design.

Passive Butterfly by EME Design.

Single Dwelling, New

Drumkerin by Mahalath Halperin Architects
Jenny’s House by Light House Architecture and Science
The Shed by Anderson Architecture

The Shed by Anderson Architecture.

The Shed by Anderson Architecture.

Smart Building

8 Chifley Square by Lippmann Partnership / Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners
Smart Home by Green Sheep Collective

8 Chifley Square by Lippmann Partnership / Rogers Stirk and Partners.

8 Chifley Square by Lippmann Partnership / Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners.

The Jury for 2018 Sustainability Awards

• Dick Clarke (Jury Chair)
• Kate Harris
• Rory Martin
• Steffen Welsch
• Suzanne Toumbourou
• Jeremy Mansfield
• Caroline Pidcock
• Jeremy Spencer
• Michael Faine
• Tim Horton
• Kerryn Wilmot
• Robin Mellon

The winners of each category, including Achievement of Merit and Best of the Best categories, will be announced at the Gala Awards Dinner, to be held at The Star on 11 October, 2018. For the second year running, the Awards ceremony will also be preceded by a day-long CPD-endorsed panel event, that has quickly gained popularity in the industry. Check the website for more information.


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