Queensland’s best architectural projects have been named with the Translational Research Institute in Brisbane by Wilson Architects and Donovan Hill (Architects in Association) receiving the top prize, the F.D.G Stanley Award for Public Architecture.
The laboratory and research facilities feature a series of interconnected spaces around a central internal garden.
With it’s intelligent lighting design, timber detailing and approach to the space, the building also won the G.H.M Addison Award for Interior Architecture.
The residential award (The Robin Dods Award for Residential Architecture – Houses) was taken out by James Russell Architect for Bisley Place House with their design for the community conscious home. It features an open plan and the front of the home opens out to the street and encourages interaction between neighbours.
The full list of winners can be found at the official Queensland Awards, Australian Institute of Architects website.