HDR | Rice Daubney Wins Four Architecture Awards
HDR | Rice Daubney has won four architecture awards this week from both Australian and international juries.
The Novartis Building in Sydney, Australia has received the 2016 Sir Arthur G Stephenson Award from the Australian Institute of Architects (NSW Chapter), the most prestigious commercial architecture award in New South Wales (NSW).
Novartis has a tradition of investing in great architecture around the world and we’ve been privileged to collaborate with them on their latest building.
The Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) New Indoor Sports Centre and Auditorium buildings, have both received a 2016 Educational Architecture Award from the Australian Institute of Architects (ACT Chapter), for excellence in the design of educational architecture.
HDR | Rice Daubney’s work was also recognized internationally, with the Al Maha Centre for Children and Young Adults winning a 2016 Future Healthcare Design Award at the European Global Healthcare Design awards in London.