Far North Queensland Regional Architecture Award entries announced

MEDIA RELEASE
21 April 2017

Eight projects are in the running for honours in the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2017 Far North Queensland Regional Architecture Awards with results to be announced on Friday 12 May.

This year’s entries include breathtaking houses, new school buildings, the Cairns Museum, Tobruk Pool & Munro Martin Parklands.

Projects commended on the night will progress to the coveted Queensland State Architecture Awards to be announced in Brisbane on 23 June.

Queensland’s 2017 Chair of Juries, Alice Hampson (Alice LTM Hampson Architect), will present the Regional Commendations, the Eddie Oribin Award for Building of the Year and House of the Year to Far North Queensland, along with North Queensland results at a special Awards ceremony at The Pullman Cairns International, 17 Abbott St, Cairns commencing at 6:30pm Friday 12 May. Media are invited to attend.

Projects in the running are:

Architectural Project Architectural Practice Location
Munro Martin Parklands CA Architects Cairns City
Cape Tribulation House m3architecture Cape Tribulation
O’Shea House Julianne McAlloon Architects Machans Beach
Haddad Residence Total Project Group Architects Edge Hill
Cairns Museum – The School of Arts Building Total Project Group Architects Cairns
St Joseph’s Primary School, Weipa Peddle Thorp Architects Weipa
Trinity Beach State School – Senior Learning Centre Julianne McAlloon Architects – (Design and Construct Architect) & dbARCH – (Schematic Design Architect) Trinity Beach
Tobruk pool Cairns MMP Architects North Cairns

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