Queensland
Awards

Anne Street Garden Villas | By Anna O'Gorman Architect | Photography by Christopher Frederick Jones

Queensland Architecture Awards

The Institute is dedicated to the promotion of Australian architects and architecture in both national and global arenas. Since 1981, we have upheld excellence in the profession by recognising best practice in the field through our National Architecture Awards program and inspiring others to continue striving to positively shape communities through architecture.

The vastness of Queensland is highlighted through our Queensland Regional Architecture Awards program. This includes the 7 regions of Far North Queensland, North Queensland, Central Queensland, Darling Downs & West Moreton, Sunshine Coast, Greater Brisbane and Gold Coast & Northern Rivers.

University of Queensland Cricket Club Maintenance Shed | Lineburg Wang with Steve Hunt Architect | Photographer: David Chatfield

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
2024 QUEENSLAND AWARD JURORS

The Australian Institute of Architects Awards program offers an opportunity for public and peer recognition of the innovative work of our Queensland architects.

We encourage expressions of interest to become a 2024 Regional Juror now.

2024 Enduring Architecture Award – Call for nominations

Do you have a longstanding, favourite building in QLD you feel should be recognised with an award?

This award is open to buildings of at least 25 years of age, the Enduring Architecture Award recognises achievement for the design of buildings of outstanding merit, which remain important as high quality works of architecture when considered in a contemporary context. Nominations are welcome from Institute members, non-members and non-architects, but must provide adequate content for consideration by the jury.

 

Sir Charles Kingsford Smith Memorial | Noel Robinson Architects | Photographer: Kgbo
University of Queensland Cricket Club Maintenance Shed | Lineburg Wang with Steve Hunt Architect | Photographer: David Chatfield

2024 QUEENSLAND AWARDs

The Australian Institute of Architects Awards program offers an opportunity for public and peer recognition of the innovative work of our Queensland architects.

2024 entries are now closed. 

2023 QUEENSLAND ARCHITECTURE AWARDS

View the 2023 Winners, Entrants and Queensland State Jury by clicking on the links below.

Andrew N. Liveris Building | Lyons + m3architecture | Photography by Christopher Frederick Jones
Waltzing Matilda Centre | Cox Architecture | Photography by Christopher Frederick Jones

Previous Queensland Architecture Award Winners

View the 2022 Winners & Entrants and 2021 Winners by clicking on the links below.

THE LORD MAYOR'S BRISBANE BUILDINGS THAT BREATHE ARCHITECTURE PRIZE

The inaugural Lord Mayor’s Brisbane Buildings that Breathe Architecture Prize was awarded in 2020 to Lucent, by Plazibat Architects. This project set a new benchmark for residential development in Brisbane and showcased high quality design outcomes for inner-city living.

Recognising the increasing focus on creating good subtropical architecture across Brisbane, we would love to see more submissions this year and encourage you to enter your project.

The Greenhouse | Blight Rayner Architecture | Photographer: Christopher Frederick Jones

Contact us

Queensland Chapter
Australian Institute of Architects

2/270 Montague Road
West End, QLD, 4101

P: +61 7 3828 4100
E: qld@architecture.com.au

Office hours: 9.00am – 5.00pm

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