WINS TOP HONOUR
The Fiona Stanley Design Collaboration – comprising practices Hassell, Hames Sharley and Silver Thomas Hanley – was commended for its outstanding Main Building plan, which stood out with a layout that would accommodate future expansion.
It was also awarded The Jeffrey Howlett Award for Public Architecture and The Wallace Greenham Award for Sustainable Architecture.
It received a commendation in the Urban Design category.
Also featuring among this year’s winners is the Dharmapala Kadamapa Meditation Centre in East Fremantle by Bernard Seeber Pty Ltd, which won The Iwan Iwanoff Award for Small Project Architecture.
AIA WA president Philip Griffiths said the 2015 WA Architecture Awards reaffirmed the high quality of work produced by architects in the state.
“This year’s winners represent the best of the best, hav- ing been selected from over 120 very fine entries,” he said.
“It is indeed a rich showcase and it is very pleasing to see that all Named and Architecture Awards were for Western Australia practitioners.”
All WA Named and Architecture Award winners will progress to the AIA National Awards, to be held in November.
For the full list of winners, visit the Real Estate News section at www. communitynews.com.au.
Fiona Stanley Hospital’s Main Building was commended for its outstanding design, flexible layout and incorporating sustainable principles.