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Costco Docklands in Award Magazine

The ninth largest retailer in the world, with over 560 stores across the globe comes to Melbourne Docklands.

Award, Volume 3 Number 10

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AIA 2010 Awards

NH Architecture is delighted to announce we were presented with the highest of honours, the 2010 Victorian Architecture Medal, as well as awards in three categories at Friday evening’s ceremony, hosted by the Victorian chapter of The Australian Institute of Architects, for the design of The Melbourne Convention Centre (in joint venture with Woods Bagot).

 

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Interior Design Awards 2010

At the 2010 Australian Interior Design Awards presentations in Sydney on the 23rd April, it was announced that NH Architecture (in joint venture with Woods Bagot) won the National Award for Public Design and the State Award for Commercial Design for the Melbourne Convention Centre. The Melbourne Convention Centre also received a High Commendation in the Environmentally Sustainable Design category and the Hilton South Wharf a High Commendation in the Hospitality Design category.

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The Public Realm, Building One, Victoria

Melbourne Convention Centre co-architect Hamish Lyon discusses the history and philosphy behind Melbourne's newest public precinct, South Wharf.

Building One Victoria, Issue 13 Public Realm

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2010 Venice Architecture Biennale Final Results Announced

In the final stage of the “Designs for Australia’s cities 2050+” national competition, creative directors John Gollings and Ivan Rijavec have selected NH Architecture / Andrew MacKenzie’s entry,  Aquatown. The entry will form part of the 3D “NOW + WHEN Australian Urbanism’ exhibition at the Australian Pavilion of this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale.

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Reading Pleasures - The Private Life of Public Architecture

It's a pity that there isn't a more sophisticated debate about how Australia is going to build its future infrastructure. In Australia, public-private partnerships have increasingly become, in the words of a recent Age newspaper report, a battlefield. This books assists in bringing some sanity to an ongoing debate about how Australia's next generation of infrastructure should be delivered.

Architecture Australia March/April 2010 pp38

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DIY Community - Architecture Australia

What roles might architects play in the making of communities? Hamish Lyon considers the contemporary situation and speculates on how we might re-engage with the everyday communal environment.

Architecture Australia March/ April 2010 pp35-36

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