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See The Finalists For The 2015 NSW Architecture Awards

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Seventy nine projects have been shortlisted for the 2015 NSW Architecture Awards, hosted by the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA).

The shortlist comes from a field of more than 170 entries across categories of Commercial Architecture, Urban Design, Interior Architecture, Residential Architecture, Heritage (Conservation), Public Architecture, and many more.

The winners of each category will be announced at the 2015 NSW Architecture Awards presentation evening on 2 July along with the COLORBOND Award for Steel Architecture which, like the award for Sustainability, is selected from across the entire field of entries.

[urbanRelatedPost][/urbanRelatedPost]NSW Chapter President Shaun Carter said the shortlist highlighted the diversity of design happenings across the state and the skill of the architects in making these designs a reality.

"I believe the standard of architecture within NSW is historically high and this year's award entries certainly support that. I congratulate all shortlisted architects and thank everyone who entered and support the awards program and hope to see you all at this year's ceremony."The winners will then progress to the National Architecture Awards to be announced in November 2015.

Below is the full list of projects across six of the award's categories.
Commercial Architecture
50 Martin Place by JPW



Photo by Peter Bennetts
Irving Street Brewery by Tzannes Associates



Photo by Tzannes
The GPT Group's Wollongong Central by HDR Rice Daubney



TransGrid Headquarters by Bates Smart



Photo by Brett Boardman
Urban Design
Chatswood Transport Interchange - COXDesignInc (COX Richardson and DesignInc Joint Venture)


Photo by John Gollings
Llankelly Place Lights by McGregor Westlake Architecture in association with Conybeare Morrison



Photo by MWArchitects
Tamarama Kiosk and Beach Amenities by Lahz Nimmo Architects



The GPT Group's Wollongong Central by HDR Rice Daubney



Photo by Brett Boardman
Wollongong City Centre and Crown Street Mall Renewal by NSW Government Architect's Office



Photo by Ian Hobbs
Interior Architecture
Archie Rose Distilling Co. by Acme & Co.



Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp



Charles Perkins Centre by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp + Building Studio



Qantas Campas by HASSELL



St Barnabas Church by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp



Residential Architecture
Alexandria Courtyard House by Matthew Pullinger Architect


Balmoral House by Clinton Murray + Polly Harbison



Cooper Park House by Tobias Partners



Courtyard House by Aileen Sage Architects



Cronulla House by Reg Lark Architect



Garden House by Tzannes Associates



House for Bob and Susan by Austin McFarland Architects



Light House by Peter Stutchbury Architecture 



Nikki Maloneys by Drew Heath Architects



Photo by Owen Zhu
Pacific House by Casey Brown Architecture



Heritage (Conservation)
Bronte House, Restoration & Management by Clive Lucas Stapleton & Partners



George Street Gatehouse - Parramatta Park by NSW Government's Architect's Office



Melrose House by Tropman & Tropman Architects



The Abbey - Johnston Street, Annandale by Design 5-Architects



Public Architecture
Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre by Francis-Johnston Morehen Thorp


MA Noble, Don Bradman and Dally Messenger Stands by Cox Architecture




South West Rail Link - Edmonston Park/Leppington Station by HASSELL in association with GHD



St Barnabas Church by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp



University of Technology (UTS) Haberfield Rowing Club by HASSELL



Westmead Millennium Institute by BVN


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