The annual Tasmanian Architecture Awards recognise the finest accomplishments of Tasmanian architects.
Awards in each category are based on a three-tier system: the highest achievement and the pinnacle is the ‘Named’ Award, followed by an Architecture Award and a Commendation. Entries across all categories of the awards provide an opportunity for the profession to showcase exemplary Tasmanian design and to publicly acclaim and promote the excellence of our architectural achievements.
This year, a record number of projects have been entered across ten categories: from a tiny cabin on Bruny Island, to dense, inner-city student housing, luxurious remote accommodation offerings, innovative science laboratories, and everything in between. Have a browse through the projects, decide on your favourite, and cast your vote in the People’s Choice Prize by clicking on the link at the bottom of each project page.
Voting for the People’s Choice Prize closes on Monday 15 July at 5pm and will be announced on Friday 26 July. Stay up-to-date across our social media channels for details about the prizes up for grabs. Please note, to win prizes for voting you must be a Tasmanian resident. Click here for conditions of entry
The full suite of award entries will be exhibited at Brickworks Design Studio in Launceston from Thursday, 23 May to Friday, June 7, and at Brooke St Pier in Hobart between Thursday, June 13 and Monday, July 15.
For the full list of winners from the 2019 Tasmanian Architecture Awards check out the Sunday Tasmanian special lift-out on Sunday, July 7, 2019.
For more information on the Tasmanian Architecture Awards and previous year winners please see the Australian Institute of Architects Website.