As Minister for Workplace Safety and Consumer Affairs, and Ambassador for the Tasmanian Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects, it was my pleasure to attend the Tasmanian Architecture Awards Presentation Dinner virtually to celebrate the vital work of our State’s architects.
Our building and construction industry is a key driver of our State’s economy, especially as we rebuild from COVID-19. Architects play a crucial role in developing our built environment by providing innovative and flexible designs to support and enhance our Tasmanian lifestyle.
There were 21 projects entered across 10 categories, as well as a number of Chapter prizes. All entries can be viewed online at https://www.architecture.com.au/awards/2021-awards/entrant-gallery-tasmanian-chapter-2021
Thank you to all the award entrants and winners for their hard work and commitment to their profession and who have all made impressive contributions to Tasmania’s built environment, which benefits our entire community.
All Named Award and Chapter Award winners will now progress to the National Architecture Awards.
This year’s Tasmanian Architecture Awards winners were:
The Colin Philp Award | MOSS 25 | Circa Morris-Nunn Chua Architects
Chapter Award | Stoney Rise Wine | Cumulus Studio
The Alan C Walker Award | Cradle Mountain Visitor Centre | Cumulus Studio
Chapter Award | Spring Bay Mill Event Spaces | Gilby + Brewin Architecture
The Dirk Bolt Award | Cradle Mountain Gateway Precinct | Cumulus Studio
The Roy Sharrington Smith Award | Spring Bay Mill Event Space Interiors | Gilby + Brewin Architecture
Chapter Award | Signalman’s Quarters | 1 + 2 Architecture
Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations & Additions)
The Edith Emery Award | Arthur Circus | Circa Morris-Nunn Chua Architects
Chapter Award | Pirie Street Extension | Preston Lane
Chapter Commendation | Signalman’s Quarters | 1 + 2 Architecture
Residential Architecture – Houses (New)
The Esmond Dorney Award | Coopworth | FMD Architects
Chapter Award | Killora Bay | Lara Maeseele in association with Tanner Architects
Chapter Commendation | Cascade House | Core Collective Architects
The Barry McNeill Award | Spring Bay Mill Stage 1 | Gilby + Brewin Architecture with Marcus Ragus
Chapter Award | Wilson Robson Building, 191-193 Liverpool St | Hartley Wilson Oldmeadow Eastman Walch Architects
Colorbond® Award For Steel Architecture
COLORBOND Award | Cradle Mountain Visitor Centre | Cumulus Studio
Small Project Architecture
The Peter Willmott Award | Floating Sauna Derby | Licht Architecture
Tasmanian Architecture Medal | MOSS 25 | Circa Morris-Nunn Chua Architects
President’s Prize | Gregory Luttrell & Jonathan Pyefinch, Luttrell Pyefinch Architects
Emerging Architect Prize | Emily Ouston | Core Collective
SWT Blythe Student Prize | Lost and Found | Hamish Saul
SWT Blythe Commendation | The Hang-Out | Emily Hunt
Elise Archer, Minister for Workplace Safety and Consumer Affairs