Australian Institute of Architects 2019 Dulux Study Tour

2019 Dulux Study Tour award winners | National Theatre, UK | Denys Lasdun and Partners | Photographer: Linda Cheng

Tour destinations

Copenhagen Lundgaard & Tranberg studio | The Royal Playhouse | The Kvæsthus pier | Gehl Architects | Leth + Gori | COBE | Basvaerd Church London Peter Barber Architects | 6a Architects | Design Museum | Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners | Foster + Partners | Mary Duggan Architects LISBON MAAT (Museum Art Architecture Technology) | Embaixada | Bak Gordon | ARX

2019 winners

2019 Dulux Study Tour winners on top of the Museum of Art Architecture and Technology | AL_A

about the 2019 winners

Carly McMahon (Tasmania): Carly is an architect at Liminal Studio, which integrates design and architecture with interior design, furniture, object design, arts, curation and production design for projects including the Hedberg Performing Arts Centre and Cascades Female Factory History and Interpretation Centre. 

Jennifer McMaster (NSW): Jennifer is a director of studio, TRIAS, and has worked on residential and cultural projects across Australia and the UK. She received the 2015 NSW Design Medal, and the NSW AIA Graduate of the Year Award. 

Phillip Nielsen (NSW): Phillip is the co-founder of Regional Design Service in Corowa, a firm aimed at delivering meaningful, thought-provoking and sustainable design outcomes for rural and regional communities and people. 

Ben Peake (NSW): Ben is an associate at Carter Williamson Architects with a keen interest in exploring how cities can help shape human interaction. He was a founding member of Save Our Sirius and is a casual academic in the School of Architecture at UTS. 

Alix Smith (Victoria): Alix is an Associate at HASSELL who has led projects from pop-ups to the Melbourne Metro. She has 10 years’ experience in the architecture industry, including a year teaching at the University of Melbourne.

POST TOUR REPORTS

Alix Smith

Dulux Study Tour Report 2019

Ben Peake

Dulux Study Tour Report 2019

Carly McMahon

Dulux Study Tour Report 2019

Phillip Nielsen

Dulux Study Tour Report 2019

Jennifer McMaster

Dulux Study Tour Report 2019

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Maitland Riverlink | CHROFI with McGregor Coxall | NSW | Photographer: Simon Wood

Find out more about who can participate

King Bill | Austin Maynard Architects | Photographer: Derek Swalwell

Entry is open to all architects and graduates of architecture of up to 10 years from graduation of the AACA Accredited Master of Architecture degree (or equivalent).

Allianz Partners Workplace | BVN | Photgrapher: Christopher Frederick Jones
Allianz Partners Workplace | BVN | Photgrapher: Christopher Frederick Jones

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Find out more about Previous Study Tour Participants

The 2018 Daryl Jackson Award | New Academic Street RMIT University | Lyons with NMBW Architecture Studio, Harrison and White, MvS Architects and Maddison Architects | Photographer: Peter Bennetts

All about the Dulux Study Tour 2020

2019 Dulux Study Tour winners on top of the Museum of Art Architecture and Technology | AL_A

Find out more about Previous Study Tour Participants

key dates

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Australian Institute of Architect Dulux Study Tour Wednesday, 3 March Midnight, Tuesday 6 April

The Australian Institute of Architects Dulux study Tour is a collaborative initiative between Dulux Australia, the Australian Institute of Architects and
EmAGN (The Emerging Architects and Graduate Network).