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Australia's national architecture awards 2017 – in pictures

From conceptual creations to a historic cottage conversion, here’s a look at the winners across the country of the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2017 national architecture awards

  • Urban design

    The Walter Burley Griffin Award. Frank Bartlett Library and Moe Service Centre by fjmt (Victoria).

    Photograph: John Gollings/Australian Institute of Architects

    Frank Bartlett Library and Moe Service Centre
  • Public architecture

    The Sir Zelman Cowen award. East Pilbara Arts Centre by Officer Woods Architects (Western Australia).

    Photograph: Robert Frith/Australian Institute of Architects

    East Pilbara Arts Centre
  • Commercial architecture

    The Harry Seidler award. The EY Centre by fjmt (New South Wales).

    Photograph: Australian Institute of Architects

    The EY Centre
  • International architecture

    The Jørn Utzon award. Amanemu by Kerry Hill Architects (Japan).

    Photograph: Australian Institute of Architects

    Amanemu
  • Heritage

    The Lachlan Macquarie award. Albert Park College Environmental Arts Hub by Six Degrees Architects (Vic).

    Photograph: Simon James Photography/Australian Institute of Architects

    Albert Park College Environmental Arts Hub
  • Sustainable architecture

    The David Oppenheim award. Central Park Sydney by Tzannes and Cox Richardson and Foster + Partners (NSW).

    Photograph: Brett Boardman Photography/Australian Institute of Architects

    Central Park Sydney
  • Interior architecture

    The Emil Sodersten award. Indigo Slam by Smart Design Studio (NSW).

    Photograph: Australian Institute of Architects

    Indigo Slam
  • Educational architecture

    The Daryl Jackson award. East Sydney Early Learning Centre by Andrew Burges Architects in association with the City of Sydney (NSW).

    Photograph: Australian Institute of Architects

    East Sydney Early Learning Centre
  • Residential architecture – houses (alterations & additions)

    The Eleanor Cullis-Hill award.Captain Kelly’s Cottage by John Wardle Architects (Tasmania).

    Photograph: Australian Institute of Architects

    Captain Kelly’s Cottage
  • Enduring architecture

    National award.17 Wylde Street by Aaron M Bolot (NSW).

    Photograph: Australian Institute of Architects

    17 Wylde Street
  • Residential architecture – multiple housing

    The Frederick Romberg award.Tropology for DHA by Troppo Architects (Northern Territory).

    Photograph: Australian Institute of Architects

    Tropology for DHA
  • Residential architecture – houses (new)

    The Robin Boyd award.Tamarama House by Durbach Block Jaggers Architects (NSW).

    Photograph: John Gollings/Australian Institute of Architects

    Tamarama House
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