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New Zealand Architecture Award Winners Announced

26 May, 2014

-By Holly O'Dell


The New Zealand Institute of Architects has named winners of the 2014 New Zealand Architecture Awards. BVN Donovan Hill and Jasmax earned the New Zealand Architecture Medal for ASB North Wharf, commended by the jury as an “exuberant workplace with a variety of spaces for big and small meetings, private work, and social interaction.” The banking headquarters project also garnered awards in the Commercial Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Sustainability categories.


ASB North Wharf; photo by John Gollings


Additional winners include:

Commercial Architecture
Regional Terminal at Christchurch Airport
Firms: BVN Donovan Hill and Jasmax



Education
Victoria University of Wellington Campus Hub and Library Upgrade
Firms: Architectus and Athfield Architects

Interior Architecture
Regional Terminal at Christchurch Airport
Architects: BVN Donovan Hill and Jasmax

Sir Paul Reeves Building at AUT University
Firm: Jasmax



Massey University's Te Ara Hihiko – College of Creative Arts
Firm: Athfield Architects

International Architecture
New Zealand Guest of Honour Pavilion, 2013 Frankfurt Book Fair
Firms: Patterson Associates and Inside Out Productions



Sustainable Architecture
Massey University's Te Ara Hihiko – College of Creative Arts
Firm: Athfield Architects



Planning and Urban Design
Sir Paul Reeves Building at AUT University
Firm: Jasmax

Dowse Square
Firm: Athfield Architects



Hurstmere Green
Firm: Sills van Bohemen

Small Project Architecture
Arruba Bach holiday home
Firm: Bossley Architects

Housing
Dune House at Omaha
Firm: Fearon Hay Architects

Headland House
Firm: Stevens Lawson Architects

Torea House
Firm: Tennent + Brown Architects

Wellington City Council's Central Park Apartments
Firm: Novak + Middleton

Enduring Architecture (Awarded to buildings that are at least 25 years old)
Cocker Townhouses, Freemans Bay Auckland
Designer: Claude Megson

A House at the Beach, Te Horo
Designer: Gordon Moller of Moller Architects




New Zealand Architecture Award Winners Announced

26 May, 2014


The New Zealand Institute of Architects has named winners of the 2014 New Zealand Architecture Awards. BVN Donovan Hill and Jasmax earned the New Zealand Architecture Medal for ASB North Wharf, commended by the jury as an “exuberant workplace with a variety of spaces for big and small meetings, private work, and social interaction.” The banking headquarters project also garnered awards in the Commercial Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Sustainability categories.


ASB North Wharf; photo by John Gollings


Additional winners include:

Commercial Architecture
Regional Terminal at Christchurch Airport
Firms: BVN Donovan Hill and Jasmax



Education
Victoria University of Wellington Campus Hub and Library Upgrade
Firms: Architectus and Athfield Architects

Interior Architecture
Regional Terminal at Christchurch Airport
Architects: BVN Donovan Hill and Jasmax

Sir Paul Reeves Building at AUT University
Firm: Jasmax



Massey University's Te Ara Hihiko – College of Creative Arts
Firm: Athfield Architects

International Architecture
New Zealand Guest of Honour Pavilion, 2013 Frankfurt Book Fair
Firms: Patterson Associates and Inside Out Productions



Sustainable Architecture
Massey University's Te Ara Hihiko – College of Creative Arts
Firm: Athfield Architects



Planning and Urban Design
Sir Paul Reeves Building at AUT University
Firm: Jasmax

Dowse Square
Firm: Athfield Architects



Hurstmere Green
Firm: Sills van Bohemen

Small Project Architecture
Arruba Bach holiday home
Firm: Bossley Architects

Housing
Dune House at Omaha
Firm: Fearon Hay Architects

Headland House
Firm: Stevens Lawson Architects

Torea House
Firm: Tennent + Brown Architects

Wellington City Council's Central Park Apartments
Firm: Novak + Middleton

Enduring Architecture (Awarded to buildings that are at least 25 years old)
Cocker Townhouses, Freemans Bay Auckland
Designer: Claude Megson

A House at the Beach, Te Horo
Designer: Gordon Moller of Moller Architects

 


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