A photograph of a public, urban, green courtyard filled with people sitting and watching a tennis game on a large screen.

Wesley Place by Charter Hall.

Australian Urban Design Awards Shortlist Revealed

14 Mar 2024

The shortlist for the 2024 Australian Urban Design Awards has been revealed – and three of our projects are on the list.

Wesley Place, designed by OCULUS, Cox Architecture, and Lovell Chen is listed in the ‘Built Projects – Local and Neighbourhood Scale’ category.

Gender Sensitive Urban Design Framework and Implementation Toolkit, a collaboration with ACT Government, PLACE Laboratory, OCULUS, Communication Link, and Inhabit Place, is in the ‘Leadership, Advocacy and Research – City and Regional Scale’ section.

RMIT City North Social Innovation Precinct Masterplan Proposal is also in the ‘Leadership, Advocacy and Research – City and Regional Scale’ section. We worked on this project with MGS Architects, WSP, Openwork, Movement and Place, Village Well, Tarina Fanning, Bryce Raworth, Andrew Long and Associates, Neighbourlytics, Urbis, and Biruu.

Jointly convened by the Australian Institute of Architects, the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, and the Planning Institute of Australia, the Australian Urban Design Awards were established in 1996 to recognize contemporary Australian urban design projects of the highest quality and to encourage cities, towns, and communities across the country to strive for best practice in all projects.

27 entries from across Australia have been shortlisted across four categories. The winners will be announced on 18 March in Canberra at Australia Parliament House.

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