UofA graduates receive SA Architecture Awards

Congratulations to the many Architecture and Built Environment graduates whose offices' projects have received the SA Architecture Awards and to Erin Crowden for winning the Emerging Architect Prize.

Erin Crowden

The Institute’s Awards Program enables public and peer recognition of the innovative work of our members, and provides the Institute with a valuable mechanism to promote architects and architecture across Australia and internationally.

Graduate Erin Crowden, who works for Williams Burton Leopardi, has taken home the Emerging Architect Prize.  

As well as high professional design standards this award recognises involvement, contribution and leadership across professional affiliations, education and community as primary elements of the Institute's valuable role in society as architects.

Read Erin's story on page 90

Other graduate offices who won awards include:

  • Troppo Architects, founded by Phil Harris and Adrian Welke, who won the Keith Neighbour Award for Commercial Architecture for Sparkke at the Whitemore, and the John Schenk Award for Residential Architecture for Outside [the] box.
  • Sally Wilson from Archaea for Side Kick
  • Dr John Mayfield Award for Educational Architecture and COLORBOND Award for Steel Architecture went to Grieve Gillet Anderson for Pembroke Middle School Development.

Congratulations to everyone involved!

See all SA Architecture Award results

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