Posted on 25 Jul
The Australian Institute of Architects have announced the recipients of their 2014 international awards – and there are some real stunners among the works. The awards are given annually to projects completed by Australian architects overseas.
The biggest winners were Denton Corker Marshall, who took home the Award for Public Architecture for their brand new, light-touch Stonehenge Visitor Centre, and also received commendations for projects in public architecture and commercial architecture.
BVN Donovan Hill was the clear favorite in the field of Interior Architecture, winning both the award – for ASB North Wharf, the innovative head office for ASB Bank in Auckland, New Zealand – and a commendation in the category. Kerry Hill Architects achieved the same result for Residential Architecture, whose top prize was awarded to The Sukhothai Residences, a stunning 41-story luxury condominium in Bangkok, Thailand.
Commercial Architecture went to another Southeast Asian building – the PARKROYAL on Pickering, Singapore, by WOHA. And finally, the Small Project Architecture was awarded to the economical and creative Shelter@Rainforest by Marra + Yeh Architects, an office, shelter and home deep in the rainforest of Sabah, Malaysia.
See more pics in the gallery below.
*Photos courtesy of Arch Daily