What's on

The 2019 NT Awards program is set and ready for you to purchase your tickets. This is a Desert Winter Wonderland dinner which will be in the amazing backdrop of the Quarry South of Alice Springs. It’s a great opportunity to pull out and dress up in you winter fashion. Don’t worry there will be fires to warm the heart.

The program in Darwin is:

  • People's Choice online voting opens 18th April (see voting option below)
  • People's choice voting Darwin City Council Civic Centre Entrance week commencing 20th May
  • Public Presentation of Awards entries 23 May 2019 Darwin City Council Meeting Room

The program in Alice Springs is:

  • 27th – 31st May People choice voting Alice Springs Library
  • 30th May AIA partners Mini EXPO Alice Springs
  • 31st May Architecture tours 1. Heritage and; 2. Regional Award winners.
  • 31st May Sponsored VIP Cocktail party Alice Springs Town Council 

1st June NT Chapter Awards

Alice Springs Quarry
Register HERE for the Awards Function
Register HERE for the Cocktail Function
Register HERE for the Architectural Tours
Register HERE for the Partners/Suppliers Expo 
Register HERE for Public Presentations and People Choice Darwin City Council

Delegates & Partners Accommodation and Tour Offers - Accommodation and Tour Offers

 



PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS NOW OPEN 

Voting has commenced for the people's choice Awards.  This year's Award Entrants are:

  • Mazda Dealership 
  • The Landmark @ Gateway
  • Hut 37
  • Fish River Ranger Accommodation
  • Mother Teresa Catholic Primary School
  • ALC Cultural Centres
  • Megafauna Central
  • Braitling Primary School Stage 2
  • MPH HQ
To vote for your favourite project click here.  Public Voting and Presentations will also be held in Darwin (20 May - 23 May) and Alice Springs (28 May - 31 May). 


Northern Territory Architecture Awards

The Australian Institute of Architects Awards program offers an opportunity for public and peer recognition of the innovative work of our Northern Territory architects. The program also provides the Institute with a valuable mechanism to promote architects and architecture within the Northern Territory, across Australia and internationally.

Entries are now closed.  Refer to Awards program above.  The Jury voting program has now commenced.

Alice Springs Town Council Garden Cemetery Chapel - Susan Dugdale & Associates receives acolades at the NT Chapter Awards in 2018

The Northern Territory Architectural Awards were held in the Amphitheatre at the NT Museum and Art Gallery. The evening highlighted the best that the Territory has to offer in terms of architecture, food and beverage, entertainment and of course the Top Ends wonderful weather.

The ASTC (Alice Springs Town Council) Garden Cemetery Chapel was the most awarded project of the night with the Jury stating "The architects have taken the brief to a level of excellence by providing the community of Alice Springs with a place for gathering, grieving and celebrating the lives of friends and family". This project received the Chapter's most prestigious honour, The Tracy Memorial Award, along with The Reverend John Flynn Award for Public Architecture and the People's Choice Award.

For more information on the Award winners click here

 


 

2017 NT Architecture Awards

Information Technology and Management Support Unit // David Bridgman Architects // photo by David Bridgman Information Technology and Management Support Unit // David Bridgman Architects // photo by David Bridgman Information Technology and Management Support Unit // David Bridgman Architects // photo by David Bridgman Bullocky Point Education Precinct // MODE // photo by Gary Annett Bullocky Point Education Precinct // MODE // photo by Nicholas Gouldhurst Bullocky Point Education Precinct // MODE // photo by Nicholas Gouldhurst CDU Theatre Redevelopment // DKJ projects.architecture // photo by Anne Nguyen-Huyen, Maison Creative CDU Theatre Redevelopment // DKJ projects.architecture // photo by Anne Nguyen-Huyen, Maison Creative CDU Theatre Redevelopment // DKJ projects.architecture // photo by Anne Nguyen-Huyen, Maison Creative The Foreshore Restaurant & Cafe // Hames Sharley // photo by Studio McNaught The Foreshore Restaurant & Cafe // Hames Sharley // photo by Studio McNaught The Foreshore Restaurant & Cafe // Hames Sharley // photo by Studio McNaught The Foreshore Restaurant & Cafe // Hames Sharley // photo by Studio McNaught Menzies School of Health Research Auditorium // Hames Sharley // photo by Studio McNaught Menzies School of Health Research Auditorium // Hames Sharley // photo by Studio McNaught Menzies School of Health Research Auditorium // Hames Sharley // photo by Studio McNaught New Henbury School // Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics, Northern Territory Government with MKEA Architects Pty Ltd // photo by DIPL New Henbury School // Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics, Northern Territory Government with MKEA Architects Pty Ltd // photo by DIPL New Henbury School // Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics, Northern Territory Government with MKEA Architects Pty Ltd // photo by DIPL Watarrka National Park Visitor Information Shelter // Tangentyere Design // photo by Andrew Broffman Watarrka National Park Visitor Information Shelter // Tangentyere Design // photo by Andrew Broffman Watarrka National Park Visitor Information Shelter // Tangentyere Design // photo by Andrew Broffman The Essington School Darwin Junior Classrooms and Cafeteria Building // MODE // photo by Gary Annett The Essington School Darwin Junior Classrooms and Cafeteria Building // MODE // photo by Gary Annett The Essington School Darwin Junior Classrooms and Cafeteria Building // MODE // photo by Gary Annett Tropology for DHA // Troppo Architects // photo by DHA Tropology for DHA // Troppo Architects // photo by DHA Tropology for DHA // Troppo Architects // photo by Troppo Wave Hill Walk-off Pavilions // Bower Studio, Melbourne School of Design, The University of Melbourne // photo by James Neil Wave Hill Walk-off Pavilions // Bower Studio, Melbourne School of Design, The University of Melbourne // photo by James Neil Wave Hill Walk-off Pavilions // Bower Studio, Melbourne School of Design, The University of Melbourne // photo by Uberair asbuild Office Fitout // MODE // photo by Gary Annett asbuild Office Fitout // MODE // photo by Gary Annett asbuild Office Fitout // MODE // photo by Gary Annett The Bird Hide // Troppo Architects // photo by Troppo The Bird Hide // Troppo Architects // photo by Troppo The Bird Hide // Troppo Architects // photo by Troppo Bullocky Point Education Precinct Interior Fitout // MODE // photo by Gary Annett Bullocky Point Education Precinct Interior Fitout // MODE // photo by Gary Annett Braitling Preschool // Susan Dugdale and Associates // photo by Sue Dugdale Braitling Preschool // Susan Dugdale and Associates // photo by Miriam Wallace Braitling Preschool // Susan Dugdale and Associates // photo by Miriam Wallace Forrest Parade School // DKJ projects.architecture in association with Brown Falconer and Thomson Rossi Architects // photo by Kelly Hedger Forrest Parade School // DKJ projects.architecture in association with Brown Falconer and Thomson Rossi Architects // photo by Kelly Hedger Forrest Parade School // DKJ projects.architecture in association with Brown Falconer and Thomson Rossi Architects // photo by Kelly Hedger Djilpin Arts Pavilion // Insideout Architects, Tania Dennis // photo by Mark Thomson Djilpin Arts Pavilion // Insideout Architects, Tania Dennis // photo by Peter Eve Djilpin Arts Pavilion // Insideout Architects, Tania Dennis // photo by Peter Eve Casuarina Square, The Quarter // Altis Architecture Pty Ltd // photo by Caroline Camilleri, Darwin Photography Professionals Casuarina Square, The Quarter // Altis Architecture Pty Ltd // photo by Caroline Camilleri, Darwin Photography Professionals Casuarina Square, The Quarter // Altis Architecture Pty Ltd // photo by Caroline Camilleri, Darwin Photography Professionals