Proudly recognising the great work of Australian and New Zealand design professionals, Intergrain Timber vision Awards celebrates advanced timber application and projects that push the boundaries of normal timber application. Design professionals across the building and landscaping industries are now invited to enter.
April 9th, 2015
Above: Features 2014 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards winner of Residential Interior – Lilyfield Warehouse by Virginia Kerridge Architects, photography by Michael Nicholson.
With over 100 quality entries received last year and a continued increase in high-calibre entries over the past six years, Intergrain is proud to announce two new categories to the awards. This year the new Public Space and Student categories will join Exterior Residential, Interior Residential, Exterior Commercial and Interior Commercial.
Intergrain Trade Brand Manager, Amanda Chalmers said the addition of the new categories provide the opportunity to discover a collection of new and untapped timber projects.
“The new Student category encourages emerging industry professionals to get involved and share creative ideas for timber application. The introduction of the Public Space category celebrates renowned public locations, validating timber as an integral material in local community design.”
“As timber continues its popularity and relevance in the design industry, professionals are finding more ways to express their creativity by experimenting with new application methods, resulting in a collection of impressive and quality projects. We look forward to receiving more entries which demonstrate the visionary use of timber, highlighting timber’s important role in Australian architecture,” said Chalmers.
The judging panel will be made up of leading industry professionals and winners from each category will receive a $2,000 cash prize, Intergrain product to the value of $3,000, and national exposure with an editorial feature in Architecture Australia magazine.
Entries open on Tuesday 7 April and close on Tuesday 30 June. The winners will be announced in August at the Intergrain Timber Vision Awards Breakfast to be held in Melbourne.
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