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The Project Awards consists of 5 categories; Residential Interior, Residential Exterior, Commercial Interior, Commercial Exterior and Landscape.
Each category winner will receive a $2,000 cash prize, 100L of Intergrain product and their winning project published in the Nov/Dec issue of Architecture Australia magazine.
All firms that enter the Project Awards also have the chance to win a $15,000 Travel Bursary Award where Intergrain Timber Finishes were used within the project. Please indicate your interest in entering this award via the entry form.
Entry is FREE.
Entries closed Sunday 23rd July 2017.
What you need to enter:
Bronwen Kerr is a director of Kerr Ritchie, a Queenstown-based, mixed discipline studio. The practice focuses on residential projects and on a design process that emphasizes the integration of landscape and architecture. Kerr Ritchie's other director, Pete Ritchie, is a landscape architect.
Kerr Ritchie has been recognized for both design and environmental sustainability through awards, lectures and publications in New Zealand and further afield.
Maria Danos is founder of Maria Danos Architecture, a boutique architecture and interior design practice based in Melbourne that specializes in residential, hospitality and commercial architecture. The work of Maria Danos Architecture is conceptually driven, honest, expressive, finely crafted, informed by context and imbued with cultural meaning. Maria’s active involvement in the architecture and interior design community as a mentor, tutor and juror strongly compliments her practice.
Cameron Bruhn is the editorial director of Architecture Media – the publisher of Architecture Australia, Landscape Architecture Australia, Artichoke, Houses, Houses: Kitchens+Bathrooms, Architectural Product News, ArchitectureAU.com and Selector.com. Prior to his appointment as editorial director, Cameron was the editor of Artichoke and Landscape Architecture Australia. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Queensland and is currently undertaking a practice-based PhD at RMIT University. Cameron is an active contributor to design culture through his participation in awards juries, sessional teaching and guest speaking.
Geoffrey London is the professor of architecture at The University of Western Australia and a professorial fellow at The University of Melbourne. He previously held the positions of Victorian Government Architect (2008-2014) and Western Australian Government Architect (2004-2008).
He has been involved in advising those state governments on a wide range of projects, from the scale of individual houses to the complexity of major new tertiary hospitals. He has advised on issues that include design quality, project procurement, heritage, master planning, sustainability, and development strategies. He maintains a role as a consultant on urban design, architecture, design review and architectural competitions.