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2020 Shortlist Showcase
There’s no denying that the architecture and design industry is still bursting with new, innovative talent and projects, setting the bar high for the coming year. Here's a snapshot of the finalists for this years' categories.
Alec Tzannes has served the community in a number roles and has been nominated for a Lifetime Achievement. Take a look at other finalists in this years' 2020 Lifetime Achievement category.
Emerging Architect / Designer
Kaylie Salvatori has been instrumental in incorporating Indigenous knowledge and modes of learning into the fundamental studio courses at UNSW. Learn more about our emerging talent.
Women in Sustainability
Dana Moussaoui has quietly and persistently been turning the corporate interiors landscape sustainable for 20 years. Learn more about Dana and other women in sustainability.
Prefab & Modular Finalist
CLT Passivehouse Balgowlah by betti & knut architecture is a cross-laminated timber (CLT) structure, prefabricated offsite, including the stair and cut-outs for lighting, power and equipment, and installed in just 15 hours.The efficiency of the CLT installation allowed for the entire building to be waterproof, insulated and airtight within one week.
The building is designed to the Passivhaus standard and works year round without the need for artificial heating and minimal cooling.
In the tradition of Critical Regionalism, Puntukurnu Aboriginal Medical Service Healthcare Hub, entered by Kaunitz Yeung Architecture provides a state-of-the-art facility which is deeply rooted in place and imbued with humanity that engenders community ownership. This is central to physically representing the ethos of PAMS and increasing presentation rates. In achieving this the project has placed wellness at the centre of community which imperative in the efforts to close the gap between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians.
Abbetthaus, by Leanhaus, a home in Scarborough presents a new vision of sustainable housing: one that balances affordability and efficiency, and is delight to inhabit all year round. Abbetthaus is the second certified Passive House in WA, and the first to demonstrate that PH- certification can be achieved on a modest budget.
Taking cues from the site and orientation – and inspired by the desert Modernist style – the design features generous living spaces that open to the outdoors.