More winners revealed in Queensland Regional Architecture Awards

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The winners were announced in the Queensland Regional Architecture Awards for Central Queensland, Darling Downs and West Moreton, and North Queensland, following Brisbane’s previous award announcement.

Cox Architecture won first prize for two of the regions, with the Waltzing Matilda Center in central Queensland and the James Cook University Central Plaza, designed with Counterpoint Architecture, in North Queensland.

In Darling Downs and West Moreton, Fulton Trotter Architects won first prize for Kurrajong, a new learning center for seniors at Springfield Anglican College.

Winners in the remaining regions, including Far North Queensland, Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast, will be revealed in the coming weeks. Regional winners will be shortlisted for the state awards, which will be announced in June.

Central Queensland

The JW Wilson Award for Building of the Year

Mathilde Waltz Center – Cox Architecture

House of the year

Our house Wandal – Design + Architecture and N Veenstra

Regional commendations

Public architecture

Qantas Longreach Founders Museum – Airpark Project – The NRA collaboration

Mathilde Waltz Center – Cox Architecture

Residential architecture (Houses – New)

Our house Wandal – Design + Architecture and N Veenstra

Darling Downs and West Moreton

The William Hogden Award for Building of the Year

Kurrajong – Center for Senior Learning, The Springfield Anglican College – Fulton Trotter Architects

Regional commendations

Commercial architecture

111 Campbell Street – Sims White Architects

Educational architecture

St Peters Lutheran College Springfield – Middle School City – McLellan Bush Architects

Kurrajong – Center for Senior Learning, The Springfield Anglican College – Fulton Trotter Architects

Interior architecture

Ray White Toowoomba – Plume and Lawry Design

North Queensland

The Walter and Oliver Tunbridge Award for Building of the Year

James Cook University Central Square – Cox Architecture and Counterpoint Architecture in association

Sustainable architecture

Land 121 installation project, Lavarack barracks – BVN

Regional commendations

Public architecture

The Mercy Center, Mater Townsville Private Hospital – Peddle Thorp

Queensland Country Bank Stadium – Cox Architecture and Counterpoint Architecture in association

Commercial architecture

Land 121 installation project, Lavarack barracks – BVN

Interior architecture

The Mercy Center, Mater Townsville Private Hospital – Peddle Thorp

Educational architecture

Pimlico SHS Music Center – CA Architects

East City of St Patrick’s College – M3 Architecture

Small project architecture

James Cook University Central Square – Cox Architecture and Counterpoint Architecture in association


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