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Thursday 08 Apr 2010

Shortlist announced for WAN AWARDS Education sector

WAN AWARDS 2010 Education sector by WAN Editorial
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This week, two jury panels met to condense longlists of Built and Unbuilt education projects into two concise shortlists, featuring only the highest grade entries. It was repeatedly noted that the calibre of entries this year had increased dramatically, with a wide array of stunning designs making the jurors decisions very difficult indeed.

'Unbuilt' juror and Associate of HLMAD Limited Andrew Norman, was impressed by the high level of design excellence displayed by the award entries, commenting: "With few exceptions it was encouraging to see that schools design is going from strength to strength – some of the schemes that didn’t make the short list may well have won a few years ago. The geographical spread of projects was also impressive and shows there is much we can continue to learn from international work."

This positive note was echoed by 'Built' juror and Director of 3DReid Alex Donaldson, who noted: "The Awards attracted a large number of high calibre entries, ranging in scale, character and public profile. Our task was not easy". To reduce 51 outstanding projects to just 12 of the crème de la crème is no mean feat, but luckily our dedicated and knowledgeable panel managed it. The projects vying for pole position this year spanned all corners of the Earth - from Chile to Kuwait and Lebanon to Japan - all displaying an exceptional level of architectural design talent. The shortlisted results in alphabetical order are as follows:


Faculty of Law, University of Sydney - FJMT
Hundsund School & Community Centre - div.A arkitekter
LJMU Art & Design Academy - Rick Mather Architects
Longford Community College - Jonathan Clark Architects
United Christian College - Ronald Lu & Partners

Highly Commended
The Children's School - MaryAnn Thompson Architects


Chu Hai College Design Competition - Ronald Lu & Partners
Dharavi District Redevelopment - OWP/P | Cannon Design
Faculty of Engineering and Architecture District (FEAD) and Irani Oxy Engineering Complex (IOEC) - Nabil Gholam Architecture & Planning
Kuwait University College of Education - Perkins + Will
Terra Madre - Luca Peralta Studio
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University - Rocco Design Architects Ltd.

The winners of both the Built and Unbuilt categories of the Education Awards will be announced in next Tuesday's News Review

The jury for WAN Awards 2010 Education Sector is comprised of:

Deborah Saunt, Director, DSDHA
Philip Gillard, Principal, Gensler
Alex Donaldson, Director, 3DReid
Stefan Preuss, Associate, Spowers Architects
Sean Macintosh, Architect, Arup Associates
Jonathan Herbert, Managing Director, Bond Bryan Architects

Mairi Johnson, Design Director, Partnership for Schools
Alan Dunlop, Partner, Gordon Murray + Alan Dunlop Architects
Gavin Elliott, Board Director and Head of Schools, BDP
Karim Benkirane, Principal, Woods Bagot
Andrew Norman, Associate, HLM Architects

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