It’s been great to see our colleagues recognised for their work at the World Architecture Festival, which took place in Singapore.
Our Global Design Director Sacha Coles attended in a show of support for the projects on which ASPECT Studios was a design partner.
Boola Katitjin at Murdoch University, designed by Lyons, Officer Woods, The Fulcrum Agency and ASPECT Studios received the WAF Award for Higher Education and Research.
The award follows a compelling presentation to the jury by Carey Lyon – we are pleased that one of our most long-term design partners has been honoured on such a prominent stage.
Elsewhere, the Victorian Heart Hospital by Conrad Gargett + Wardle received the WAF Award for Health. ASPECT Studios is proud to have been involved in the creation of the first dedicated cardiac health facility in Australia, and the new building represents a remarkable investment in public architecture.
We are also proud of our involvement, in various capacities, in the following shortlisted projects:
80 Ann St — Woods Bagot
Capella Hotel — MAKE Architects, BAR Studio
University of Melbourne Student Precinct — Lyons, Koning Eizenberg Architects, Breathe Architecture, NMBW Architecture Studio, Greenaway Architects, Glas Urban, Architects EAT
Allianz Stadium — COX Architecture
Lilydale and Mooroolbark Stations — BKK, Kyriacou Architects, Jacobs Engineering
Congratulations to our collaborators – it's well deserved.