Four National Architecture Awards from Australian Institute of Architects for BVN Donovan Hill

Two Australian design studios practicing under the single title BVN Donovan Hill - BVN and Donovan Hill - have been the first to win four architecture awards at the 2012 National Architecture Awards hosted by the Australian Institute of Architects. Prior to this year, the most a single practice has achieved is two awards in a single year, however BVN Donovan Hill has taken home twice this.

Speaking on this substantial success, National Director of BVN Donovan Hill James Grose commented: “All these projects are the result of highly inclusive and collaborative work between client and the architect throughout the design and delivery process.”

The four award wins are as follows:

Residential Architecture, Multiple Housing (Frederick Romberg Award) - Monash Student Housing Complex
Public Building - Narbethong Community Hall
Public Building - Ravenswood Girls School Mabel Fidler Building (shortlisted for 2012 WAN AWARDS Education Sector)
Urban Design - Taronga Zoo

Click here to view all 2012 National Architecture Award winners.

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