Australia Award for Urban Design
2013 Winners where announced at a Gala Dinner on 25th June. The winners are:
|Delivered Outcome - large scale||Winner - Northern Busway (Windsor to Kedron)|
|Commendation - Revitalising Central Dandenong: Lonsdale St Redevelopment|
|Delivered Outcome - small scale||Winner - Sydney Laneway Upgrades|
|Policies, Programs & Concepts - large scale||
Winner - Linking Canberra City to the Lake
The 2013 Nominees are:
|Roxburgh Park Shopping Centre - Master Plan||The ANU Exchange||Adelaide Airport Terminal Precinct|
|Revitalising Central Dandenong Masterplan||Revitalising Central Dandenong:
Lonsdale St Redevelopment
|Northern Busway (Windsor to Kedron)|
|Redevelopment of Forrest Place||ElectraNet's Land Use Guidelines for electricity transmission corridors||Greensbourough Project - WaterMarc and Greensborough Walk|
|Piazza della Valle - Creating a heart for the McLaren Vale Township||Serrata, Victoria Harbour, Docklands VIC||Understanding Cities|
|Monbulk Township Revitalisation||Refresh Drummoyne: Drummoyne Village Shopping Centre||Sydney Laneway Upgrades - Central Precinct (Ash Street & Angel Place) and Chinatown|
|Howard Place Safe Transport Space||Docklands Public Realm Plan||Brisbane Airport Property Development Master Plan|
|Logan Central Master Plan||Linking Canberra City to the Lake||Central Institute of Technology Precinct Plan|
|Monash University Campus Masterplan Suite||Norman Creek Master Plan 2013-2031||Newcastle Urban Renewal Strategy|
|Design Parramatta||Riverside Wagga Wagga Strategic Masterplan||Medium Density Residential Blocks|
|Unanderra Town Centre Master Plan||Shell Cove Boat Harbour Precinct||Ecco Ripley Urban Core Context Plan|
|Riverdale Village||Foscari||North Penrith TOD (Thornton)|
|Refresh Drummoyne: Drummoyne Village Shopping Centre|
This is your opportunity to highlight leading examples of urban design in Australia.
The Australia Award for Urban Design is the premier award for excellence and innovation in all elements of urban design in Australia.
The winning project, partners and stakeholders are held in high esteem within the industry, among peers and are widely recognised in the media.
Who can nominate?
Individuals, groups and organisations in the planning, development and design industries recently involved with Australian urban design initiatives, projects or developments that deserve national recognition.
About the Award
The Award intent and scope is broad and invites entries for design initiatives, projects, built developments, and publications that will make a significant difference to the places, spaces, buildings and infrastructure of our cities.
The Australia Award for Urban Design is hosted by the Planning Institute of Australia with support from the Australian Institute of Architects, Property Council of Australia, Green Building Council of Australia, Consult Australia, The Australian Urban Design Forum and the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects.
For information on previous Award winners:
- 2012 Australia Award for Urban Design
- 2011 Australia Award for Urban Design
- 2010 Australia Award for Urban Design
- 2009 Australia Award for Urban Design
- 2008 Australia Award for Urban Design
- 2007 Australia Award for Urban Design
- 2006 Australia Award for Urban Design
- 2005 Australia Award for Urban Design
- 2004 Australia Award for Urban Design
- 2003 Australia Award for Urban Design
- 2002 Australia Award for Urban Design