26 August 2016
Boutique architecture practices and emerging architects are invited to enter their projects for the 2016 Archi Team Awards.
The Archi Team Awards program celebrates innovative architecture from Australian small, medium and emerging practices with a focus on new and cutting edge design.
Now in its ninth year, the Archi Team Awards will be judged by Mel Bright of Make Architecture, Juliet Moore of Edwards Moore, and Philip Thalis of Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects.
Archi Team director Zoë Geyer explains that small architecture practices are often more adaptable and freethinking, making them ideal for designing projects that require innovative solutions. By recognising their work, the Archi Team Awards are placed to show emerging trends and changes in Australian design.
The Archi Team Awards invites submissions for residential (new and alterations), commercial, community projects, with special categories for sustainability and unbuilt designs.
Submissions for the Archi Team Awards close on Monday 22 September. An entry fee of $75 per submission applies for non-members of Arch Team.
Winners will be announced on Wednesday 16 November, while an exhibition of entries is on display at No Vacancy Gallery in QV Melbourne from 15 – 27 November.