Three Australian project have been recognised in the prestigious Architizer A+ Awards.
The Aria by MHN Design Union in Sydney(Multi Unit Housing – Mid Rise Award), Melbourne School of Design at the University of Melbourne by John Wardle Architects & NADAAA (Higher Education - Research Facilities) and the Wollongong Central Expansion by HDR | Rice Daubney (Shopping center) all beat strong international fields to win their categories.
The awards are judged by a jury of over 300 industry leaders who select the Jury Winners out of 3,000 entries across 80 countries, while an online public vote of more than 43,000 people determines the Popular Choice winners.
"Since its inception three years ago, the Architizer A+ Awards has come to represent the very best architecture in the world. Every year, the programs grows both in terms of the quantity and quality of entries, and the excellence and diversity of this year's 150 winners is proof that we are truly in a golden age of architecture, Architizer CEO Marc Kushner said.
All 150 winners will be celebrated at the annual A+Awards Gala in New York on May 14, and will be published in a book.
The Aria by MHN Design Union