Top Urban Design award won third year in a row

With an award win and four commendations under our belt, we were also awarded the Lloyd Rees Award for Urban Design - for the third year running.

North West Metro, a project in collaboration with Turpin Crawford Studio and McGregor Westlake Architecture, took out the top Urban Design award for the re-design of Sydney’s metro stations. Last year our Harold Park project took out the award, and in 2018 it was the Darling Harbour Public Realm. North West Metro also received a Commendation in Public Architecture.

Our UNSW Electrical Engineering Building took out the Educational Architecture award, a true renovate-don’t-detonate’ project that brought new life to a 1960’s university building.

Sixty Martin Place, a 33-story tower in Sydney’s CBD, was Commended across Commercial Architecture and Urban Design. The AMP Angel Place Lobby refurbishment was also Commended for Interior Architecture.

You can check out the full list of winning entries here.


July 06, 2020


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