Competition Updates

Building Update, Victorian Pride Centre
Pride Centre, 1 Dec 2020 ︎

Image:  Luke David and Anne Papadakis

Building Update, Victorian Pride Centre
Pride Centre, 29 Oct 2020︎

Image: The Victorian Pride Centre

Shortlist Announced, Future Homes Competition
OVGA, 6 Jul 2020 ︎
Image by Local Peoples

First demonstration project announced, Future Homes Competition Victorian State Government, 30 Apr 2020 ︎

Structurally Complete, Victorian Pride Centre
Pride Centre, 28 Apr 2020 ︎

Image; The Victorian Pride Centre

Construction in Progress, Gold Coast Cultural Precinct Competition
ARM, 18 Mar 2020 ︎

Image courtesy ARM

HOTA Bridge Opens, Gold Coast Cultural Precinct Competition
ARM, 6 February 2020 ︎
Image courtesy City of Gold Coast

Winner Announcement, Geelong Civic Administration Precinct
COX Architecture, 23 October 2019︎

Construction Commences, ACM Cento Cafe “Protagonist”
Cumulus Studio, 01 October 2019︎

Image Courtesy Cumulus Studio

Funding Confirmed, Point Grey Design Competition
Architecture AU, 10 October 2019︎

“A roadmap for the implementation of the Geelong City Deal has been released by state, federal and local governments, outlining the delivery of a number of major projects for Geelong and the Great Ocean Road... Construction of the precinct is scheduled to begin in 2021.“

Construction Begins, Victorian Pride Centre
Victorian Pride Centre, 08 Aug 2019︎

Image: Victorian Pride Centre

Final Stages Geelong Civic Administration Precinct
City of Greater Geelong, 2019︎

The City of Greater Geelong is now in the final stages of the Civic Administration Precinct Competition. A winner will be announced from the shortlisted three teams epc.Pacific, Quintessential Equity and Raffles Charter Pty Ltd in October.

“Council is now looking forward to working with the shortlisted teams to present high quality, innovative concepts for the new precinct. The potential for this project is huge, and we are determined to see the precinct become a world class area that the Geelong community is proud of.” -  Mayor Bruce Harwood

Award Double Ground by Muir and Openwork wins Kevin Borland Award for Small Architecture
NGV Architecture Comission, 2019︎

Construction Underway, Home of the Arts
Ashton Raggatt Mcdougal, 2019︎

Image: Gold Coast City Council

Construction Completed, Monash University Learning and Teaching Building
John Wardle Architects, 2018︎

Image credit: Peter Bennetts

Construction Completed, Versatile Outdoor Space Amphitheatre
Ashton Raggatt Mcdougal, 2018︎

Image credit: John Gollings

Project Completed, Monash University Central Precinct Revitalisation
TCL with Peter Elliot, 2017︎

Images: John Gollings

Project Completed, Henley Square Urban Design Competition
TCL, Dec 2015︎