Members of the public are invited to vote for their favourite residential project for the 2015 National Architecture Awards.
October 19th, 2015
(Above: The Edge)
The National Architecture Awards People’s Choice Award is presented by the Australian Institute of Architects, and while the award is only in its second year, hype levels are high following a successful debut in 2014, which saw over 4000 votes.
This year, 11 diverse and inspiring homes are in the running for the crowd favourite. Voters have until 5pm on Wednesday October 28 to have their say. The winning project will be revealed on Friday 29 October ahead of the official announcement of the National Award winners as chosen by the National Jury at a special ceremony on November 5 in Brisbane.
Voters also have the opportunity to comment on which house they voted for and why, and go in the running to win prizes, including a paint package from official People’s Choice Award supporter Dulux.
All projects that were shortlisted by the National Jury for Residential Architecture in the ‘New Houses’ and ‘Alterations and Additions’ sections are eligible for the People’s Choice Award.
The Projects in the running are:
Balmoral House – Clinton Murray + Polly Harbison (NSW)
Bethanga House – tUG workshop (Vic)
Light House – Peter Stutchbury Architecture (NSW)
Local House – MAKE Architecture (Vic)
Orama – Smart Design Studio (NSW)
Planchonella House – Jesse Bennett Architect Builder (Qld)
Sawmill House – Archier (Vic)
The Edge – Charles Wright Architect (Qld)
Tower House – Andrew Maynard Architects (Vic)
Villa Marittima, St Andrews Beach – Robin Williams Architect (Vic)
Walter Street Terrace – David Boyle Architect (NSW)
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