Think Brick Awards announced

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Crescent House by Deicke Richards.

Crescent House by Deicke Richards. Image: Rese Rose Gates

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Turruwul Park Fitness Hub by Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture.

Turruwul Park Fitness Hub by Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture. Image: Simon Wood

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Macarthur Place by Aspect Studios.

Macarthur Place by Aspect Studios. Image: Simon London

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The Bends Pool by Room 11 Architects.

The Bends Pool by Room 11 Architects. Image: Megan Baynes, Nathan Crump

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Sydney Park Water Re-use Project by Turf Design Studio and Environmental Partnership.

Sydney Park Water Re-use Project by Turf Design Studio and Environmental Partnership. Image: Simon Wood

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The winners of the 2017 Think Brick Awards, which celebrate excellence in the use of clay brick, concrete masonry and roof tiles by landscape architects, architects and designers, have been announced at a gala dinner at the Crown Palladium in Melbourne.

Deicke Richards, a multidisciplinary architecture and design practice based in Brisbane, took out the Bruce Mackenzie Landscape Award with its residential project Crescent House, which won out over larger-scale public projects such as Sydney Park Water Re-use Project and Macarthur Place. 

The jury comprised Elizabeth McIntyre (CEO, Think Brick Australia), Ben Green (director, Tzannes), Debbie Ryan (founding owner, McBride Charles Ryan), Emma Williamson (director, Cox Architecture), Alexis and Murat Sanal (co-founders of SANALarc) and Cameron Bruhn (editorial director, Architecture Media).

Bruce Mackenzie Landscape Award

Winner

Crescent House – Deicke Richards

Finalists

The Bends Pool – Room 11 Architects

Macarthur Place – Aspect Studios

Turruwul Park Fitness Hub – Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture

Sydney Park Water Re-use ProjectTurf Design Studio and Environmental Partnership

See the full list of winners in all categories via our sister site ArchitetureAU.


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