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Arch Centre 70th awards: WINNERS

By July 23, 2016No Comments

It gives us great pleasure, on the occasion of our 70th birthday, to announce the winners of our 70th anniversary awards.  Congratulations to all involved.  The awards and winners are:

THE GORDON WILSON AWARD FOR SOCIAL HOUSING
WCC for recent council housing refurbishments

THE DEMONSTRATION HOUSE SMALL HOUSE AWARD
Sky Box, Egmont St (Melling Morse, 2001)

THE JELLICOE TOWER TALL BUILDING AWARD
Jellicoe Tower (Alan Wild, 1965)

THE MIKE DONN AWARD FOR AERODYNAMICS
Wind Wand (Zephyrometer), Evans Bay (Phil Price, 2003)

THE DAVID KERNOHAN AWARD FOR ADAPTIVE REUSE
Hannah Warehouse conversion, Leeds and Eva St (Gray Tippett Architects/Athfield Architects)

THE CHRIS COCHRAN AWARD FOR HERITAGE CONSERVATION
Old St Paul’s, 1966-c1982 (Works Consultancy)

THE JIM BEARD AWARD FOR SUSTAINABLE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
LRT plan, Transport 2000 (Daryl Cockburn, Brent Efford & Kerry Wood)

THE JOHN COX AWARD FOR URBAN PLACE-MAKING
Wellington Waterfront (Wellington Waterfront Ltd)

THE DUNCAN JOINER AWARD FOR BEST GOVERNMENT BUILDING
The Met Office (Bill Alington)

THE CHARLES FEARNLEY AWARD FOR ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Gavin Woodward (Voices of Silence)

THE AVIS HIGGS AWARD FOR INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE
Wellington Public Library, Civic Square (Athfield Architects)

THE BANKSEY AWARD FOR BEST PAINT JOB
BMD

THE HOUSE PARTY AWARD FOR TEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE OR INSTALLATION
Lux Festival

THE MARGARET ALINGTON AWARD FOR ARCHITECTURAL WRITING
Gerald Melling (Mid-City)

THE ROGER WALKER AWARD FOR THE FASTEST BUILDING
The Shamrock Tavern (Rex Nicholls)

THE BASIN BRIDGE BEST LEFT UNBUILT AWARD
Wellington Waterfront Motorway (1960s)

THE BRAD PITT AWARD FOR BEST CELEBRITY ARCHITECT
Roger Walker (Mitre 10 Dream Home; the AA Torque Show)

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