2017 Newcastle Architecture Awards


The 2017 Newcastle Architecture Awards were announced on Thursday 9 March 2017 at a presentation evening at the Merewether Surfhouse, with twenty projects recognised across eleven categories.

The complex alteration of a modest four-unit, beachside structure by Genton Architecture took top honours, the jury recognised the ‘enigmatic and innovative’ 43 Ocean Street North Avoca project with both the Award for Excellence and Award for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing. Award winners are now eligible to progress to the NSW state awards.

 

 

Full list of winning projects:

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Award for Excellence
Winner – 43 Ocean Street North Avoca by Genton Architecture

Commercial Architecture
Award – 25 Watt Street by EJE Architecture

Educational Architecture
Award – Primary Building – Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College by SHAC
Award – The Junction Public School by dwp|suters

Interior Architecture
Award – John Hunter Children’s Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Refurbishment by EJE Architecture
Commendation – 25 Watt Street by EJE Architecture

Public Architecture
Award – St Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Belmont by Killen + Doran Architects
Commendation – Kilpatrick Court, Toronto by Jackson Teece

Small Project Architecture
Award – MA House by SHAC
Commendation – SHAC Offices Adaptive Reuse by SHAC
Commendation – Innovation Hub by SDA

Urban Design
Commendation – 18 Honeysuckle Drive by dwp|suters

Residential Architecture – Houses (Alterations and Additions)
Award – Bull Street Residence by Studio Dot
Commendation – ‘Allagai’ – Crowe Residence by True North Architects

Residential Architecture – Houses (New)
Award – MA House by SHAC
Commendation – Lake House Warners Bay by SDA

Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing
Award – 43 Ocean Street North Avoca by Genton Architecture

Sustainable Architecture
Award – ‘Allagai’ – Crowe Residence by True North Architects
Commendation – St Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Belmont by Killen + Doran Architects

COLORBOND® Award for Steel Architecture
Award – Battlesticks at Scratchleys by EJE Architecture