Tasmania Architecture Awards 2022 | ArchitectureAU

A live show the enclosure won the highest honor at the Tasmanian Architecture Awards, winning the State Medal along with a range of other major awards.

Liminal Architecture’s Helberg with WOHA was awarded the Tasmanian Medal of Architecture on Saturday June 11, along with the Alan C Walker Award for Public Architecture, Dirk Bolt Award for Urban Design, Roy Sharrington Smith Award for Heritage and the Alexander North Prize for Interior Design.

The jury said the Performing Arts District expertly brings together heritage and contemporary elements, as well as complex technical requirements. “The Hedberg is significant not only as a performing arts destination, but also for successfully assembling its historic past and for its exceptional public access to the building,” the jury said.

The award winner and award nominee will move on to the National Architecture Awards, which will be announced November 3.

The winners are:

Tasmanian Architecture Medal

The Hedberg- Liminal architecture with WOHA

Public architecture

The Alan C Walker Award for Public Architecture

The Hedberg– Liminal architecture with WOHA

Recommendation

Royal Hobart Hospital Redevelopment – Lyon with the Terroir

Mays Point House by Tanner Architects.

Image: Adam Gibson

Residential Architecture – Houses (New)

The Esmond Dorney Prize for Residential Architecture

Mays Point House – Tanner Architects

Award

See the house – Archie

Congratulation

Bluff House, Spring BeachPreston Alley

Casa Acton- Archie

Residential Architecture – Houses (modifications and additions)

The Edith Emery Prize for Residential Architecture

Fusiliers Chalet – Bence Mulcahy

Residential Architecture – Multiple Dwellings

The Ray Heffernan Award for Residential Architecture

Goulburn Street Housing – Cumulus

Award

UTAS Rue Melville – nettletontribe

Dover District School Year 11/12 Redevelopment by Bence Mulcahy.

Dover District School Year 11/12 Redevelopment by Bence Mulcahy.

Image: Adam Gibson

Pedagogical architecture

Award

Cradle Coast Campus at West Park, University of Tasmania – John Wardle Architects in collaboration with Philp Lighton Architects and Room 11

Recommendation

Dover District School Year Redevelopment 11/12 – Bence Mulcahy

Commercial Architecture

Award

Spring Bay Mill Ridge Neighborhoods – Gilby and Brewin Architecture

Alexander North Prize for Interior Design

The Hedberg- Liminal architecture with WOHA

Inheritance

Roy Sharrington Smith Prize for Heritage

The Hedberg- Liminal architecture with WOHA

Award

Fusiliers Chalet – Bence Mulcahy

Long Beach amenities by Preston Lane.

Long Beach amenities by Preston Lane.

Image: Adam Gibson

Peter Willmott Award for Small Project Architecture

Long Beach Amenities – Preston Alley

Urban Design

The Dirk Bolt Prize for Urban Design

The Hedberg- Liminal architecture with WOHA

Award

Goulburn Street Housing – Cumulus

Recommendation

North Esk Pedestrian Bridge, University of Tasmania – John Wardle Architects

Sustainable architecture

Spring Bay Mill Ridge Neighborhoods – Gilby and Brewin Architecture

Sustainable Architecture Award

Clarence Council Chambers – Bush Parkes Shugg and Moon

Colorbond Award for Steel Architecture

Long Beach Amenities – Preston Alley

Chapter Award

Presidents Awards

Peter Cripps LFRAIA

Emerging Architect Award

Jason Licht RAIA, Licht Architecture

SWT Blythe Stydent Award

Neo-Gaya, Rui Shen Chong

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