Landscape Architecture + Urban Design

Arkadia by DKO Architecture, Breathe Architecture and OCULUS. Photo by Tom Ross.

Three OCULUS projects shortlisted in 2020 NSW Architecture Awards

21 Apr 2020

Three OCULUS projects have been shortlisted in the the 2020 NSW Architecture Awards.

Arkadia by DKO Architecture with Breathe Architecture and OCULUS was shortlisted in the Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing category, Cardinal Freeman Village by Allen Jack and Cottier and OCULUS was shortlisted in the Urban Design category, and Meriden School Lingwood Campus by Allen Jack and Cottier with OCULUS was shortlisted in the Education category.

NSW chapter president Kathlyn Loseby said “With the current health and economic crisis prompting us all to reflect more deeply on the nature of spaces – especially those we are spending lots of time in – coming together to celebrate the value that architecture brings to the community is more important than ever.”

Overall 122 entries across 11 categories were shortlisted. The winners will be announced in the coming months and entries that win a named award or chapter award will progress to National Architecture Awards later in the year.

View the entire shortlist via ArchitectureAU.

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