News / July 2015
Monday 6 July 2015
Highest honour at AIA

The Fiona Stanley Hospital Design Collaboration (comprising HASSELL, Hames Sharley and Silver Thomas Hanley) has taken out three prestigious awards at the Australian Institute of Architects WA chapter awards.
The Fiona Stanley Hospital, received the state’s highest honour, the George Temple Poole Award. 

The jury said the landmark project achieved “a high standard of design, integrating architecture and landscape architecture.”

“The Fiona Stanley Hospital was an ambitious State project and has demonstrated a high level of achievement,” said the Jury. 

The hospital was also recognised in the Public and Sustainable Architecture categories, receiving the Jeffrey Howlett Award and Wallace Greenham Award respectively.

“The hospital has been designed as a naturally healing environment, responsive to complex functional needs but with a focus on the human considerations of scale, natural light, texture and environment,” said HASSELL Principal David Gulland.

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Monday 6 July 2015
Shoalhaven Cancer Care Centre wins at AIA

The Shoalhaven Cancer Care Centre has won the coveted Premiers Award at the Australian Institute of Architects New South Wales chapter awards.

The award is selected by the NSW Government Architect from all entries that have been shortlisted.

The $35 million centre is a comprehensive cancer treatment facility that establishes a new model of care for the treatment of cancer patients.

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