Australian Institute of Architects State Awards

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As we find ourselves in the AIA ‘awards season’, once again it is gratifying to see COX’s work recognised on both local and state levels across a range of project typologies and assessment criteria.

Other than the obvious kudos these awards impart they are an important barometer for the practice in the substantiation of our claim to quality and participation. Perhaps most importantly, these awards allow us to assess how we are contributing to the evolution of typologies and providing architecture in the service of public life – in all its many and varied guises.

All Named Awards and State Awards within each Category will now vie for recognition at the AIA National Architecture Awards to be announced in early November.

QLD

See a full list of the Queensland winners here.

University of Queensland Oral Health Centre

Interior Architecture Award

University of Queensland Oral Health Centre

FDG Stanley Award (Public Architecture)

Brisbane CityCat Ferry Terminals Renewal

Public Architecture Award

University of Queensland Oral Health Centre

Sustainable Architecture Award

St Lucia Lakes Link

Urban Design Award

The St Lucia Lakes Link, University of Queensland
Cox Rayner Architects

ACT

See a full list of the Australian Capital Territory winners here.

King House

Malcolm Moir and Heather Sutherland Award (Residential Architecture – Houses (New))

King House
Cox Architecture

Element

Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing Commendation

Element
Cox Architecture

Westside Acton Park

Sustainable Architecture Award

Westside Acton
Cox Architecture

WA

See a full list of the Western Australian winners here.

Carnarvon Police and Justice Complex

Public Architecture Award

Carnarvon Police and Justice Complex
Cox, Howlett & Bailey Woodland