Victorian Architecture Awards program

The Australian Institute of Architects Awards program offers an opportunity for public and peer recognition of the innovative work of our Victorian architects. The program also provides the Institute with a valuable mechanism to promote architects and architecture within Victoria, across Australia and internationally.

The Need to Know...

  • Online submissions are now closed in Victoria, over 200 entries were received
  • Exhibition boards and films are due by 5 May – see Event Dates & Information for submission details
  • Exhibition Opening night Wed 4 June - see Event Dates & Information for further details
  • WIN an Architext voucher – simply VOTE for your favourite film of 2013.  Scroll further down this screen to vote and view the selection of 17 films by: Kennedy Nolan, McCabe/Bird de la Coeur, BKK, Architectus, John Wardle, antarctica, Peter Winkler, ARM, Bellemo+Cat, MAKE Architecture, DiMase, Welsh+Major, Cox, ArchitectureArchitecture, Rexroth, Suters and Gregory Burgess.

The Victorian Architecture Awards are proudly sponsored by:

2013 Awards films

Below is a selection of films representing a range of projects and filming styles that were submitted in the 2013 Victorian Architecture Awards. In 2013, the entire field of entrant films were shown at Fed Square on the big screen. Producing a film is a great marketing tool to promote your work. The Vic Chapter would love to receive a one-minute film submission from you this year.

When viewing the films below, if the quality is not good, change the settings to 720p HD mode. The film has to be running for the settings icon to appear in the bottom right-hand corner of the video frame.

VOTE here for your favourite films and go into the running to win a $50 Architext voucher.. Yay!

The Victorian Architecture Awards are proudly sponsored by:

Contact us

Victorian Chapter
Australian Institute of Architects
Level 1, 41 Exhibition Street
Melbourne, Vic 3000
ph: (03) 8620 3866

The Victorian Chapter acknowledges the traditional owners of the site upon which our office are located, the people of the Kulin Nation.

For more information on Indigenous architecture in Victoria, see the Indigenous Architecture Victoria website.