2022 Sustainability Award Winners Announced

After two years of virtual events, the 2022 Sustainability Awards are back in their original and popular live format, this time at Sydney’s Shangri-La Hotel.

The crowd of 250 celebrated the year’s most notable people, projects and products in the world of sustainable building design, acknowledging the contribution these examples have made to the continuous improvement of our environment. With rapid change needed across the country and the world, it has never been more important to elevate pioneering design to the national stage, promoting the talent, innovation and technology that will drive Australia forward. net zero.

In regards to our 16th annual awards, we cannot stress how important it is to have these awards in a live format and as such it goes without saying that the winners were also very grateful to be back in our “old” format.

Throughout the evening, 16 winners and 10 honorable mentions received awards, with emcee Peter Colqhoun inviting some of Australia’s top talent to the stage to accept their awards.

To say that this year, as mentioned, our 16th consecutive year is special in other ways would also be true. With COP27 and the realization by many around the world that we have been living unsustainably for so long, the need to use our powers of design to at least minimize our carbon footprint has never been clearer than ‘previously.

As for the night, there are so many people to thank for the success of this year’s Sustainability Awards, but as a start. We would like to thank the 2022 Jury, led by Dick Clarke, for their unwavering support of the event, and for the time and expertise they bring not only to judge, but also to guide the program and ensure its place. continues as Australia’s biggest event. celebrated the sustainable design awards.

Many thanks to our new Events team who really “grabbed the ball and ran with it”, as they say, and created an unforgettable event. The sales, marketing and editorial teams at Architecture & Design must be mentioned for all their hard work and of course everyone who made the evening such a success that it was a huge pat on the back.

Of course, there are our many business partners. The 2022 Sustainability Awards and the Sustainability Summit (held just before the Awards at Shangri-La and online) were made possible thanks to the official event sponsors: Best of the Best and Carbon Neutral Partner Autex Acoustics, and Big Ass Fans category partners, BlueScope, Bondor, Electrolux, ForestOne, GH Commercial, Holcim, Kaolin, Network Architectural, Next Timber by Timberlink, Sika, Siniat, Stormtech, Verosol and Wood Solutions.

So all that remains is to announce the real winners of the Sustainability Awards 2022:

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Best of the best

Proud partner of Autex Acoustics

Winner

Passive House Pepper Tree | Alexander Symes Architect

Image by Barton Taylor

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Commercial architecture (large)

Proud partner of Network Architectural

Winner

Four Pillars Gin Distillery 2.0 | To breathe

Sustainability Awards - 2022 Winners

Image by Anson Smart

Strongly recommended

Iron Creek Farm Stay | Misho + Associates

Sustainability Awards - 2022 Winners

Image by Misho Vasiljevich

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Commercial architecture (small)

Proud partner of Big Ass Fans

Winner

ANZ breathes | To breathe

Sustainability Awards - 2022 Winners

Image by Tom Ross

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Education & Research

Proud partner of Next Timber

Winner

seed – a new collapsible classroom | architecture betti & knut

Sustainability Awards - 2022 Winners

Image by Bettina Steffens

Strongly recommended

SVSS – Double Streaming Building | dentex

Sustainability Awards - 2022 Winners

Image by adnic-photogtaphy

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Multi-residential dwelling

Proud partner of Electrolux

Winner

Terraced house | Austin Maynard Architects

Sustainability Awards - 2022 Winners

Image by Derek Swalwell

Strongly recommended

Nightingale Ballarat | To breathe

Sustainability Awards - 2022 Winners

Image by Kate Longley

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Single-family dwelling (new)

Proud partner of Stormtech

Winner

The passive house Hütt 01 | Melbourne Design Studios (MDS)

Sustainability Awards - 2022 Winners

Image by Emmanuel Bosse

Strongly recommended

Waterfall House | Basic Collective Architects

Sustainability Awards - 2022 Winners

Image by Adam Gibson

Strongly recommended

Hill of Thistles | Lighthouse Architecture and Science

Sustainability Awards - 2022 Winners

Image by Ben Wrigley

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Single-family dwelling (modification)

Proudly partner of Bondor

Winner

Passive House Pepper Tree | Alexander Symes Architect

Sustainability Awards - 2022 Winners

Image by Barton Taylor

Strongly recommended

Phoenix House | Harley Graham Architects

Sustainability Awards - 2022 Winners

Image by Andy MacPherson

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Adaptive reuse (change/add)

Proud partner of Wood Solutions

Winner

Sue Hutton’s Stephenson Mill | Hector Abrahams Architects

Image by Neil Waldron

Strongly recommended

Substation No. 164 | fjmtstudio

Picture by Toby Peet

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Urban landscape

Proud partner of Holcim

Winner

Green by the river | Hassel

Image by Scott Burrows

Strongly recommended

Residences Pavilions by Mirvac | Mirvac

Image by Murray Fredericks

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A public building

Proud partner of Siniat

Winner

Glenroy Community Hub | Design Inc Melbourne

Image by Dianna Snape

Strongly recommended

Eden Port Visitor Center | COX Architecture

Image by John Gollings

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Interior design

Proud partner of GH Commercial

Winner

Built/Substation No. 164 | fjminteriors with fjmtstudio

Picture by Toby Peet

Strongly recommended

Department of Transport, Victoria | packvonhartel

Image by Nicole England

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Eco-friendly building material

Proud partner of Forest One

Winner

SR2 – Systems Reef | BVN and University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Image courtesy of the SR2 design team

Strongly recommended

Yuludarla Water Collection | Milliken

Image by David Sievers

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Clever building ideas

Proud partner of Verosol

Winner

Gabrielle’s house | BluKube Architecture

Picture of Dallas Nock

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Editor’s Choice (Social and Community Results)

Proud partner of Sika

Winner

Arts + Aquatic Bay Pavilions | NBRS with Donovan Payne Architects

Image by Alexander Mayes

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Emerging Sustainable Architect/Designer

Proudly partner of Kaolin

Winner

Marni Reti | Kaunitz-Yeung Architecture

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Lifetime Achievement

Proud partner of BlueScope

Winner

Chris Nunn | AMP Capital

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The awards will return for their 17th year in 2023, with registrations opening in the coming months.

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