Recent Awards

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Top Ryde City Living, Top Ryde. Image: Alexander Mayes Photography

Top Ryde City Living, Top Ryde. Image: Alexander Mayes Photography

World Architecture Festival (WAF), Singapore

Already recognised by the UDIA as a National Award Winner for Excellence in high density housing, Top Ryde City Living has recently been shortlisted in the landscape category for this year’s prestigious World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards to be held in Singapore  at the Marina Bay Sands  this coming October. The festival has had more than 600 entries worldwide and Matthew Taylor and James Heron will present to a panel of globally recognised judges, competing against 11 other shortlisted nominees in the Landscape category.  Read more about the project here.

The Boiler House, UWS Parramatta. Image: Michael Nicholson

The Boiler House, UWS Parramatta. Image: Michael Nicholson

AIA State Architecture Awards

The Boilerhouse Precinct at the University of Western Sydney Parramatta Campus has received the NSW Premier’s Prize for this year’s Australian Institute of Architects; (AIA) NSW Architecture Awards awarded to Tanner Kibble Denton Architects.

Taylor Brammer Landscape Architects with their landscape design and heritage expertise collaborated with the design team on the award winning project in creating a new core on this important heritage listed campus, located adjacent to the fast growing Parramatta CBD.  The project incorporated both the heritage values and the contemporary needs of a modern university campus in facilitating a living and learning environment. Read more about the project here.

Nareen Terrace Independent Living Village. Image: Aaron Lakeman

Nareen Terrace Independent Living Village. Image: Aaron Lakeman

The Urban Development Institute of Australia NSW (UDIA) – Awards for Excellence

Taylor Brammer have been involved in BaptistCare’s Gracewood, Kellyville which has won the 2014 State UDIA Award for Excellence in Senior’s Living. The first stage of the project has been constructed amongst a remnant section of Cumberland Plain Woodland. A pathway meanders amongst the trees to provide residents with a connection to nature and the history of the site. A pond has been designed as a key visual feature while capturing and retaining roof water and site runoff for use on gardens across the project.

Taylor Brammer were involved in other nominated projects including:

V by Crown, 45 Macquarie Street Parramatta

Client–Crown Group

Award for Excellence in:

  •  Innovation and Design
  •  Concept Design

 Sea Crest Flinders, Shellharbour

Client- Peet Tri State Syndicate Limited

Award for Excellence in:

  • Innovation and Design
  • Concept Design
  • NSW Regions and ACT

Nareen Terrace Independent Living Village

Client- Uniting Care Ageing

Award for Excellence in:

  • Affordable Development
  • Seniors Living
  • NSW Regions and ACT

Worrigee Project, Nowra

Client– BluCHP Limited

Award for Excellence in:

  • Affordable Development
  • NSW Regions and ACT

 AE2 Ermington, Defense Housing

Client– Defence Housing Australia

Award for Excellence in:

  • Concept Design
  • Sustainable Development
  • Urban Renewal

 

 

 

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