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The ‘best of the best’? Australian PlantBank by BVN Donovan Hill won a National Award for Public Architecture last night. AIA/John Gollings

What the National Architecture Awards tell us about architects

At the Australian Institute of Architecture’s 2014 National Architecture Awards in Darwin last night, a total of 43 awards and commendations were given across 13 categories by five jurors, chosen from…
Deep in the rainforests of Sabah, Borneo, this zero-energy house was developed by Marra + Yeh Architects. AIA

Regenerative architecture, Aussie style, competes on a global stage

Annually, the Australian Institute of Architects nominates top buildings from across the country to recognise advances in design. From England to Thailand, this year’s shortlisted projects in the category…
McIntyre House, a 60-year-old building, is a prototype of a well adapted response to the Australian climate. AIA

Enduring beauties: when buildings look good for their age

This year’s Australian Institute of Architects’ (AIA) 2014 National Architecture Awards – to be awarded on November 6 – include a category called “Enduring Architecture”. Where a fast-paced “build and…
Good heritage conservation is simply good architecture. Bread in Common by Spaceagency/AIA/ Robert Frith Acorn

National Architecture Awards 2014: let’s look at the heritage finalists

The heritage shortlist for this year’s Australian Institute of Architects’ (AIA) 2014 National Architecture Awards – to be awarded on November 6 – highlights a new trend in heritage conservation projects…

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