To celebrate World Architecture Day on Monday 3 October, the Australian Institute of Architects has opened voting in the National Architecture Awards’ 2016 People’s Choice Award.
The People’s Choice Award gives members of the public the opportunity to select their favourite house from the 14 residential projects shortlisted by the national jury.
Ranging from discreet alterations to grand works of art, the homes showcase the best residential architecture – both new builds and alterations and additions – from around the country.
Voting is open until 5:00pm AEDST Thursday 27 October, one week before the National Architecture Awards ceremony. Some fantastic prizes are also up for grabs for those who vote in the People’s Choice Award and enter the competition by telling us in 25 words or less why their chosen project is their favourite.
The winning project will be revealed at the National Architecture Awards ceremony on Thursday 3 November at the Ivy Ballroom in Sydney along with all the winners as chosen by the expert panel of judges.
More information on the 2016 National Architecture Awards and access to voting in the People’s Choice Award is available via wp.architecture.com.au/awards-2016/
Projects vying for the 2016 People’s Choice Award are:
Camino House (WA) by Bosske Architecture
Chapel Hill House (QLD) by Reddog Architects Pty Ltd
Darlinghurst Rooftop (NSW) by CO-AP (Architects)
Deepdene House (VIC) by Kennedy Nolan
Deepwater (NSW) by Tobias Partners
Five Yards House (TAS) by Archier
Granville Residence (QLD) by Richard Kirk Architect
House in Hamilton (QLD) by phorm architecture + design with Tato Architects
Indigo Slam (NSW) by Smart Design Studio
Jenny’s House (TAS) by Rosevear Stephenson
Mills, The Toy Management House (VIC) by Austin Maynard Architects
Point Lonsdale House (VIC) by NMBW Architecture Studio
Project Zero (QLD) by BVN
Rosalie House (QLD) by Owen Architecture