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2022 Victorian Architecture Awards shortlist

19th May, 2022

Five projects delivered by Kane Constructions have been shortlisted under seven categories for the 2022 Victorian Architecture Awards. With 125 entries making the cut, the shortlist is one of the largest in recent years.

Victorian chapter president Bill Krotiris said, “Despite building reform challenges the design and building industry has faced in recent years, we’re very pleased to witness and experience the ongoing significant and positive contributions architects are providing in shaping our built landscape for all Victorians.”

The jury shortlist just under half of the 252 entries. Winners will be announced on 17 June.

Kane would like to wish Lyons, Terroir, Denton Corker Marshall, John Wardle Architects, and Six Degrees with Architectus the very best of luck for the upcoming awards. It was an absolute pleasure partnering with you and the team to deliver these incredible buildings.

The shortlisted projects for the 2022 Victorian Architecture Awards are:

Public Architecture

Northern Hospital - Inpatient Unit Tower Stage 2 – Lyons

Puffing Billy Lakeside Visitor Centre – Terroir

Shepparton Art Museum – Denton Corker Marshall

Commercial Architecture

Ballarat GovHub – John Wardle Architects

Heritage Architecture

Bendigo TAFE City Campus Revitalisation – Six Degrees with Architectus (lead)

Urban Design

Bendigo TAFE City Campus Revitalisation – Architectus with Six Degrees Architects and SBLA Landscape Architects

Shepparton Art Museum – Denton Corker Marshall

Sustainable Architecture

Ballarat GovHub – John Wardle Architects

Shepparton Art Museum – Denton Corker Marshall

Colorbond Award for Steel Architecture

Puffing Billy Lakeside Visitor Centre – Terroir

Regional Prize

Ballarat GovHub – John Wardle Architects

Bendigo TAFE City Campus Revitalisation – Six Degrees with Architectus (lead)

Puffing Billy Lakeside Visitor Centre – Terroir

Shepparton Art Museum – Denton Corker Marshall

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