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Makan Place by PNEU Architects

Winner of the People’s Choice at the Timber Design Awards 2016.

Intergrain congratulates PNEU Architects for the Makan Place restaurant in Werribee, Victoria. Through the extensive deployment of recycled smoked timber as a visual indicator, the space is sequentially subdivided into a vestibule, a courtyard and the main dining area.

Canada Bay Residence by CplusC Architectural Workshop

Abbotsleigh Multi-Purpose School Sports Hall & Sports Field by Allen Jack + Cottier

Coating used: Intergrain Nature’s Timber Oil

Coating used: Intergrain Ultradeck

Congratulations to all entrants in the People’s Choice category. The Timber Design Awards for 2016 have once again showcased truly outstanding use of timber in design and architecture. As Australia’s leading manufacturer of high performance timber finishes, Intergrain is proud to recognise and celebrate the talent of Australia’s inspiring architects.

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CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL ENTRANTS IN THE 2016 AUSTRALIAN TIMBER DESIGN AWARDS


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Architect: Allen Jack + Cottier Architects | Photographer: Prue Roscoe

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CONTENTS Message from FWPA

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CEO’s Message (TDA NSW)

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Sponsors

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Judging Process and Selection of Judges

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About the Judges

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Hall of Fame

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WINNERS

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Excellence in Timber Design

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Excellence in Use of Timber Products

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MESSAGE F R O M

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REACHING HIGHER WITH TIMBER Congratulations to everyone involved in creating and submitting the entries for the Australian Timber Design Awards. Another year, another record. This year’s awards have attracted the biggest number of entries so far. It is an important milestone that comes at a time when exciting things are happening in the industry, Australia and abroad.

Some of these challenges may be how we will meet supply and demand, is the workforce fully ready for this change, and can we address all concerns.

The first six months of 2016 have resounded with positive news, research and results for the timber industry. I will begin with the achievement that has brought Australia up to pace with much of the rest of the world, for the development of mid-rise timber building systems.

To finish, I’ll leave you with a few points to consider to give perspective on the foundations of the work you are doing now, in building with the world’s oldest new material: timber.

The National Construction Code (NCC) announced on May 1st that it will allow Deemed to Satisfy (DTS) timber constructions of up to 25m effective height. This is approximately 8 stories high. The adopted changes followed a two-year consultation and research process headed by Forest and Wood Products Australia (FWPA), and involved both mass timber constructions like cross-laminated timber and traditional lightweight timber frames. Architects, developers, building designers, engineers and builders have welcomed the changes to the NCC. Whenever speaking to representatives from the design, architecture or building design professions, the conversation had a positive, encouraging note, with the view that the code change creates new and exciting opportunities. To some of them the pursuit of timber in the construction of mid-rise buildings is inarguable. The arguments are the cost, the environmental and sustainability properties, as well as the health benefits and aesthetic qualities.

Some of the answers lie in coming up with bold and innovative ideas that push the boundaries for timber buildings.

Environmental benefits – the use of wood as a renewable construction material is on the rise at a local council level, with more Australian Councils adopting a ‘Wood Encouragement Policy’. Urban infill apartment development – as Australian suburbs start to become ever denser in population and more facilities need to be built, mid-rise timber constructions will be the key to building in sensitive and constrained sites. Cost benefits – independent comparative costing research from WoodSolutions suggests faster build times, with cost savings on timber structures. More studies will follow to support the cost benefits, as timber buildings across the country will be completed over the next 12 to 18 months. The Code change is one of the biggest things that has happened in the industry for 30 years. We will continue advocating for more changes that will create more opportunities for the industry and all those working to support it.

As the year unfolded, good news kept coming our way. The last consumer research study conducted by FWPA in June this year revealed that not only is wood most Australians’ preferred material, but it is on the rise as the most used material for renovating, furniture making and redecorating. The 2016 specifiers’ research gathered an equally positive feedback: more than half of the respondents indicated that they will be increasing their use of engineered wood products and recycled wood in their projects. In July, I attended one of the longest-running Australian furniture exhibitions and awards event. Much to my delight, over three quarters of the entries that had been submitted had a considerable wood component; and the quality of design and the craftsmanship were, in most cases, outstanding. This leads me back to this year’s Australian Timber Design Awards. It is fantastic to observe the ingenuity, design skills and effort that goes into each and every one of the projects submitted to the Awards. Congratulations are in order to all contenders. As we embrace “the beginning of the timber age”, as the UK architect Andrew Waugh rightly called it, there are a few challenges that we have to consider and I have no doubt we will manage to successfully address them. 8

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Marketing and Communications Manager Forest and Wood Products Australia Limited

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SEVENTEEN YEARS Now in their 17th year, the Australian Timber Design awards are one of our country’s leading competitions open to all building and design professionals with a proud heritage of promoting the very best in timber design innovation. The diversity and high quality of this year’s entries are astounding, showcasing wood as a popular choice in a diverse range of projects and designs. It is pleasing to see that the 2016 Australian Construction Code changes allow timber construction in buildings up to eight storeys high. The code changes encourage and enable property developers and domestic builders to deliver more environmentally friendly buildings that are cheaper and quicker to construct. I look forward to the coming years for increased entries due to this code change. I would like to thank all those who have submitted projects into the 2016 Australian Timber Design Awards. Your projects are an exceptional endorsement of the structural and aesthetic properties of timber as well as the ability of Australian designers. To our judging panel, my heartfelt thanks for the long hours you spent reviewing entries and for your careful deliberations. You performed a hard job with distinction.

All the successes of the awards would have been impossible without the continued support of our sponsors from the timber and associated industries. This great support adds enormous value and recognition for the use of timber products, and is highly appreciated. The following pages demonstrate the very best in Timber Design in Australia. I hope that they will encourage yet more building and design professionals to submit entries into the future Australian Timber Design Awards.

Andrew Dunn

Chief Executive Officer Timber Development Association

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WOODSOLUTIONS

Platinum Partner / Sponsor of the Australian Timber Awards 2016 WoodSolutions is an industry initiative providing information on timber and timber products to professionals and companies involved in building design and construction. The WoodSolutions website provides a central repository for all technical and product information on wood and its use in building and construction. It allows users to easily find information on a topic, from summaries through to detailed technical information. Resourced by Forest and Wood Products Australia (FWPA), WoodSolutions is a collaborative effort between FWPA members and levy payers. It is supported by industry peak bodies and technical associations.

CABOT’S / INTERGRAIN

Silver Partner / Sponsor of the People’s Choice Award Intergrain’s high performance timber finishes are designed to protect the natural beauty of timber from the harsh Australian weather conditions. Developed and manufactured in Australia, Intergrain’s water based timber coatings are environmentally responsible and give long lasting performance on all interior and exterior timber for residential, commercial and landscape projects.

HURFORD HARDWOOD

Silver Partner / Sponsor of the Timber Flooring Award Hurford Hardwood manufactures a wide range of timber products from a diverse selection of indigenous Australian hardwoods. Each log is individually sourced under strict conditions established by the Department of Primary Industries to minimise environmental impact and ensure ongoing resource sustainability. Our state of the art in-house training program synergise with the AFTA quality assurance system, to ensure that all Hurford Hardwood timber products will continue to meet exacting standards.

HURFORD WHOLESALE

Silver Partner / Sponsor of the Interior Fitout – Residential Award and Furniture and Joinery Hurford Wholesale is an Australian owned company that operates a national warehouse distribution and manufacturing network for an extensive range of high quality timber products. These products are sourced both locally and from around the world and include plywood, furniture timber, external hardwoods and a broad range of hardwood flooring in both solid and engineered products. Hurford Wholesale, from its Stapylton operation in South East Queensland additionally offers kiln drying and wood machining services through its “state of the art” facilities and regularly works with architects, specifiers and designers to deliver custom made solutions to meet their specific timber requirements.

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AUSTRALIAN FORESTRY STANDARD

BRIGGS VENEERS

Australian Forestry Standard promotes sustainable Australian forest management through its Australian Forest Certification Scheme. This scheme provides Australian and overseas consumers with an independent, internationally recognised third-party certification scheme for forest management in Australia.

Briggs Veneers commenced production in 1908 and is one of Australia’s major suppliers of decorative veneer (in leaf and joined layon form), reconstituted veneers, premium rotary veneers, flameblock fire-retardant MDF, glue thread and paper tape for veneers. Briggs offers a full range of more than 150 quality timber veneers, including TrueGrain reconstituted timber veneers and eco-cert environmentally certified veneers. Briggs is a family owned company, the descendants of the company founder being actively involved in the business.

Bronze Partner / Sponsor of the Australian Certified Timber Award

Bronze Partner / Sponsor of Fitout Featuring Decorative Sliced Veneer Award

AUSTRALIAN SUSTAINABLE HARDWOODS Bronze Sponsor / Interior Fitout Commercial

Australian Sustainable Hardwoods (ASH) is a privately owned Australian company processing 155,000 m3 of Victorian ash regrowth saw log each year. Their facility is designed to add value to the supply chain by laminating, jointing, re-processing and machining sustainably certified products for the commercial and residential building sectors. ASH is best known for their ability to supply ‘straight line edged’ hardwood to major projects or components for the window, staircase and furniture markets. With the success of GOODWOOD, SUPASPAN and ALPINE OAK hardwood brands, ASH has recently launched the IRON ASH range of externally durable hardwoods to compliment GOODWOOD Victorian ash. To learn more about the hardwood manufacturing facility, request a sample or to research inspirational timber projects, visit the ASH website at www.vicash.com.au

KENNEDY’S TIMBER

Bronze Partner / Sponsor of the Recycled Timber Award Kennedys Timbers have proudly sponsored the Recycled Timber Awards since its inception and have a long track record in the development of industry standards and providing beneficial reuse applications for recycled and end of design life timbers. A strong and vibrant recycled timber industry plays a small yet important part in validating the positive environmental story of the timber industry and the contribution it makes to reducing carbon emissions. With manufacturing and wholesale sales outlets in Queensland, Victoria, West Australia and recently NSW, Kennedys Timbers are the perfect recycled timber industry partner for retailers, merchants, architects, designers and builders alike

BORAL TIMBER

Bronze Partner / Sponsor of Residential Class 1 – Alteration or Addition Award Boral Timber is part of Australia’s largest building and construction supplier. The company manufactures and markets a huge range of hardwood (flooring and structural), softwood and woodchip products. Boral Timber has a wide range of Australian native hardwood timber species in a variety of timber flooring products. Boral Timber’s solid products are Australian Forestry Scheme (AFS) Chain of Custody certified. This gives assurance that Boral Timber solid products are sourced from sustainably managed and legal forestry. The AFS certification is linked to the largest forest management certification scheme in the world (PEFC) and is the only scheme with an Australian Standard (AS 4708-2007). Boral Timber products are available throughout Australia through an extensive network of distributors and re-sellers.

DESIGN PINE

Bronze Partner / Sponsor of Stand-Alone Structure and Landscape Design Pine Design Pine is a range of structural and decorative timber products coated with a genuine primer. Treated for all above-ground applications, Design Pine is finger jointed and/or laminated for increased dimensional stability to give a reliable product for years to come.

ENGINEERED WOOD PRODUCTS ASSOCIATION Bronze Partner / Sponsor of the Timber Panels Award

EWPAA is an industry-driven organisation, voluntarily funded by plywood, LVL, particleboard, MDF and solid timber manufacturers in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Papua New Guinea. The range of certified products manufactured and merchandised by EWPAA members include traditional interior, exterior and marine plywood products, overlaid panel products and a wide range of modern engineered wood products; encompassing structural plywoods used for formwork, residential and commercial flooring, structured bracing, and feature cladding and laminated veneer lumber and I-beam products used in both commercial and residential structures.

PLANET ARK’S ‘MAKE IT WOOD’ CAMPAIGN Bronze Partner / Sponsor of the Sustainabilty Award

Planet Ark creates simple, powerful and positive actions that help people, governments and businesses reduce their impact on the environment. Planet Ark Environmental Foundation is an Australian not-for-profit organisation with a vision of a world where people live in balance with nature. Established in 1992, they are one of Australia’s leading environmental behaviour change organisations with a focus on working collaboratively and positively. The ‘Make it Wood’ campaign aims to encourage the use of responsibly sourced wood as a building material to help tackle climate change.

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ROTHOBLAAS

WEATHERTEX

RothoBlaas is an Italian multinational company with an established presence in Australia offering highly technological fastening solutions within the wood construction sector. With the same technical skill and professionalism for which RothoBlaas is known worldwide, they are a reliable partner for all design or onsite technical requirements. Developing most of their own products from conception right up until market launch, the technicians and product experts work on the design for all fastenings, sealing systems or anchoring points in order to offer support during work stages.

Weathertex is your home and commercial cladding specialist. Our environmentally friendly range of timber weatherboards, interior and exterior wall cladding sheets and shingles come in different profiles and finishes from classic to modern. Our timber weatherboards and wall cladding panels are lightweight, pre-primed and have a super simple self-locking system. With a negative carbon footprint (that’s a good thing!), Weathertex is 100% Australian owned and manufactured. They use only certified state forest or private environmentally sustainable Australian hardwood.

TIMBER VENEER ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA

WINDOW AND DOOR INDUSTRY COUNCIL

The Timber Veneer Association of Australia promotes and expands the market of decorative wood veneered panel products manufactured in Australia and New Zealand. Timber veneer is virtually identical to solid timber – but more dimensionally stable. Perfect for cabinets, furniture and joinery. Timber veneer combines the premium look and feel of timber with a breath taking spectrum of natural colours and grain structures. These come to life with rich and clear finishing or staining that beautifully complement other interior design materials.

The Window and Door Industry Council Inc. (WADIC) was established in 2000 representing timber window and door manufacturers on the relevant Standards, regulations, trade qualifications and laws. WADIC offers members a License to Comply for AS2047 the Standard for Windows and Doors with Thermal Performance Assessment. The WADIC website www.wadic.org.au showcases WADIC members supplying timber windows and doors to the architectural and building industry and offers downloadable Timber Manuals and Guides for Compliant Construction of Timber Windows and Doors in Bushfire Prone Areas. WADIC has developed a range of BAL29 compliant windows and doors tested to AS1530 8.1 systems test with 40 licensed fabricators across five States.

Bronze Partner / Sponsor of the Public or Commercial Building Award

Bronze Partner / Sponsor of the Timber Veneers Award

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TIMBER IMAGINEERING

Bronze Partner / Sponsor of the Timber Cladding Award

Bronze Partner / Sponsor of the Windows and Doors Award

Bronze Partner / Fabrication Award

Timber Imagineering supply fabricated building components utilising engineered timber and panel products. Timber Imagineering is recognised for its ability to assess, determine and meet their client’s needs. We continuously exhibit strength in generating accurate, creative, innovative and economical structural solutions. Timber Imagineering is a unique company with over 20 years of combined experience in design and fabrication of timber structures. In order to provide our clients with the most economical building systems, Timber Imagineering offers an integrated engineering service. This includes foundations, steel, concrete and masonry to compliment the timber components, this enables and ensures that the design intent flows through all aspects of the structure.

VICTORIA ASSOCIATION OF FOREST INDUSTRIES AND TIMBER NSW (JOINT SPONSORS) Bronze Partner / Co-sponsors of the Residential Class 1 – New Building Award and Multi-Residential Award

The Victorian Association of Forest Industries is the peak body for the forest and wood products industry in Victoria Timber NSW was established in 1906 as the representative organisation of the timber and forest products industry in NSW. Both sponsors represent their members’ interests to Governments, communities and key stakeholders for 130 years, and work to ensure an economic, environmental and socially sustainable future for forest and wood products businesses in Victoria and New South Wales. 14

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XLAM AUSTRALIA PTY LTD

Bronze Sponsor / Engineered Timber products XLam is dedicated to the supply of sustainable engineered building solutions. A young, innovative company, XLam’s roots lie in deep and longstanding commitments to the timber industry. XLam’s vision is to be the leading provider of sustainable hybrid solutions for commercial and residential construction throughout Australia, New Zealand and beyond, focussing primarily on the use of cross laminated timber and derivative products. XLam is the first manufacturer of cross laminated timber in the Southern Hemisphere and recently announced the development of a manufacturing plant in the Albury Wodonga region, representing a $25 million investment. The high tech sustainable timber facility will produce 60,000m3 of CLT each year with capacity to expand further as required.


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JUDGING I N F O R M A T I O N

JUDGING PROCESS Entries are judged on outstanding timber use, appearance, workmanship, structure and innovation. Judges are looking, in particular, for context-suitable use of timber. Well-considered design and construction with timber will distinguish an entry. With such a broad range of categories on offer, there is scope for recognition of a variety of applications. Each entry category is judged independently. This is an important feature of the Australian Timber Design Awards: a winning project may excel in a range of distinct areas. It is important for entries to be comprehensive but concise – judges will refer to written statements, drawings, and detailed photographs, where appropriate, in order to distinguish a winner. As such, entrants must consider whether their project is suitable for the categories into which it is entered. Entries should display examples of outstanding design in the relevant areas and include a description of the use of timber in each project.

SELECTION OF JUDGES This year the judging panel consisted of five judges. The judging is presided over by a timber industry member. This broad representation across professions ensures that winners are chosen that excel in all aspects of the design. This also ensures that winners use timber appropriately, expertly and in a way which enhances the timber industry, and timber design in general.

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ABOUT THE JUDGES DIEGO BEKINSCHTEIN Diego joined JWA in 2002 and was appointed Senior Associate in 2009. Diego is fastidious by nature and oversees our residential houses from initial briefing to handing over the keys. He has a particular talent for developing a design into detailed documentation. Stitching together a solution for a challenging detailed design problem, figuring out the way that components come together, is where Diego excels. Diego has led many of our highly awarded houses including the City Hill House, Diamond Bay House, Kyneton Residence, Queenscliff House and Fairhaven House. In a shift in scale from single houses, he was also Project Architect responsible for the design and contract documentation phases of the Nigel Peck Centre for Learning and Leadership at Melbourne Grammar School and is currently leading the Phoenix Gallery project in Sydney.

KERRY CLARE Kerry Clare has been a principle of Clare Design since 1979 and produced a diverse range of architectural projects, from major urban and public buildings to small self-sufficient remote houses. The work is acknowledged as a rare combination of design excellence and high-level environmental performance. Lindsay Clare and Kerry Clare were jointly awarded the RAIA Gold Medal in 2010 and have over 40 RAIA awards for built works. Their practice is now based in Sydney and the Gold Coast to undertake selected projects across Australia’s eastern seaboard. Alongside practice, Kerry continues to review roles for the City of Sydney, Randwick Council and Waverley Councils and teaching as Professor at the School of Architecture and Built Environment, University of Newcastle and Bond University, Gold Coast.

PERRY FORSYTHE Perry has a mix of industry, research and teaching experience obtained in the construction industry over a 36 year period. His experience stems from initiation at trade level followed by senior construction management positions in design, construction, estimating and project management. He was managing director of a specialised consultancy company for over 20 years. In academia, he has spent many years involved in industryoriented research spanning the development of new construction methods, measuring construction efficiency, technology uptake, construction economics studies, software development and management systems development. He has published widely in both academic and industry sectors and has won a number of construction industry awards including a Churchill Fellowship and Gottstein fellowship.

CHRIS POTTER Chris has over 25 years experiences as a structural engineer working in Australia and the UK. During this period, Chris has led the structural engineering teams on a range of timber projects from heritage refurbishments to new build projects. Some of the iconic projects Chris has been involved with include: The adaptive re-use of the Woolloomooloo Wharf, Jones Bay Wharf and Pier 8-9 Walsh Bay projects in Sydney, the heritage refurbishment of Establishment house in Sydney, adaptive re-use of the existing wharf structure in Melbourne’s docklands and working with LendLease on the Forte CLT project in Melbourne.

KATE ST JAMES Kate St James, FDIA is an interior designer and editor-in-chief of Grand Designs Australia, Home Design, Renovate and several additional leading Australian home design titles at Universal Magazines. Kate’s design career has spanned three decades both in interior design and journalism, both here and abroad. She has held roles as a president of the Australian Architects Association, board member of the NSW Architects Registration Board and is a fellow of the Design Institute of Australia, Kate actively supports and promotes the design industry and encourages students and emerging designers.

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TREE OF KNOWLEDGE MEMORIAL

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NATIONAL WINE CENTRE

BURRIDGE READ RESIDENCE

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THE FOREST ECOCENTRE, TASMANIA

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FORTÉ AT VICTORIA HARBOUR

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FLINDERS HOUSE

DANDENONG MENTAL HEALTH FACILITY

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EDWARD RIVER HOUSE

MELBOURNE SCHOOL OF DESIGN – UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE

Stutchbury & Pape Architects

COX Grieve Gillett

Robert Morris-Nunn Architects

B + C Design Construct

Dawson Brown Architecture

John Wardle Architects

Jackson Clements Burows

Brian Hooper Architect and m3architecture

David Boyle Architect

Circa Morris-Nunn Walker in collaboration with Chada

Paul Haar Architect

LendLease

Bates Smart (in collaboration with Irwin Alsop Group)

John Wardle Architects & NADAAA in collaboration 2007

MOONAH LINKS LODGES Hayball Leonard Stent 2008

OUTCROP HOUSE

Peter Stutchbury Architecture

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THREE CAPES TRACK CABINS

JAWSARCHITECTS Structural Engineer: Aldanmark Consulting Engineers Builder: VOC Construction and Joinery & AJR Construct Photographer: Brett Boardman Photography

The Three Capes track is a four-day walk taking in the magnificent scenery of the Tasman Peninsula on Tasmania’s south-east coast. In the Three Capes Track Cabins, a series of simple, elegant accommodation facilities developed in three distinct locations along the track route, sitting lightly and effortlessly in this dramatic landscape. The repeated and preassembled timber components were transported by helicopter in 800kg loads, and then assembled ‘flat-pack style’ on site by a small team of craftsmen. Timber integrates well into the bush environment and bushfire resistant species are used for important structural components. The infill walls were designed to be prefabricated and Tasmanian Oak plywood was the ideal durable material with enough flexibility to avoid damage when being transported by helicopter. Engineered timber in the form of ‘Smart Oak’ Tasmanian Oak flooring was used to form the finished floors providing a warm and welcoming space for hikers to stay overnight. The judges said that the project’s real achievement is “in its creation of great public amenity to inhabits in a remote area”, which we feel is due to the holistic approach to the outcomes and texture and warmth of the timber used.

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EXCELLENCE IN TIMBER DESIGN People’s Choice

MAKAN PLACE

PNEU ARCHITECTS Structural Engineer: l.Structd and Tj Consulting Builder: Alfion Deco Photographer: Jack Lovell

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The People’s Choice award for 2016 has been won by Makan Place restaurant. The Makan Place restaurant interior design showcases how a traditional Malacca building typology can be infused with a modern Australian hospitality mantra of cordiality and hygiene. Through the extensive deployment of recycled smoked timber as a visual indicator, the space is sub-divided into a vestibule; a courtyard and the main dining area sequentially, the vestibule signifies the old Malaccan sheltered walkway while introducing a warm ambience accentuated by the smoked Iron Bark wall cladding. The vestibule leads to the main seating area, it is continuously back-dropped by Tasmanian oak lining board of light brown to creamy hue. The central courtyard is defined by vestibule timber posts of Cypress pine, the off-the-mill timber was roughly sawn and the surface being grinded and varnished three times to give off a weathered appearance. The recycled timber used in this project show cases how weathered and repurposed timber can impart a sense of character and hygiene into the design, the irregular tonal variation caused by a random mixture of species works in favour of the façade design. The grinding and smoking of the timber create crack lines and expose the timber grain assigns the chronological significance of the timber to the ambiance of the space.


WINNER

EXCELLENCE IN TIMBER DESIGN Residential Class 1 - New Buildings

WEST END HOUSE

RICHARD KIRK ARCHITECT Structural Engineer: NJA Consulting Fabricator: Anglewood Bespoke Builder: Dion Palin and NJA Consulting Pty Ltd Carpenter: Artisan Carpentry Brisbane Photographer: Scott Burrows Photographer

The West End House occupies a rare fragment of previously undeveloped land in the historically dense innercity suburb. Located on a tight site, the residence is a finely crafted home that maximises light and ventilation while nestling smartly into the existing streetscape. The design takes cues from contemporary apartment design to organise space. Generous timber framed openings are provided to expand on internal volumes, borrowing external space and extending views. Light and ventilation are maximised in section, opening spaces further and provide framed views of the sky and adjacent landscape. Timber is central to the vision of the residence. Hardwood timber screening to the street and upper-level bedroom affords privacy to the interior while maintaining light and ventilation. Internally the timber language is celebrated with clear finished plywood linings. Recycled structural timber joists and hangers are expressed, defining the intimacy of living areas and providing acoustic timber. Matching timber cabinetry conceals lighting and services while organising adjacent spaces.

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EXCELLENCE IN TIMBER DESIGN Residential Class 1 - Alteration or Addition

SOFIA & OTTO’S PLAYGROUND

GAETANO PALMESE ARCHITECTS Structural Engineer: Aldanmark Consulting Engineers Fabricator: Imatech Joinery & Custom Cabinets Photographer: Brett Boardman Photography

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The Architect described that the primary intention was to create an environmentally sustainable and modern Pavilion Addition to the existing white painted brick colonial house, which would be contrasting in form, material and colour. Timber cladding provided the natural choice and the harmony of new to old is most apparent looking back to the pavilion from the garden which is described as Sofia and Otto’s Playground. The ‘lean-to’ roof form and dark stained locally sourced hardwood cladding of the pavilion addition seek to evoke traditional farm outbuildings and also the spirit of the Tassie ‘shack’. Natural finish timber has been used to add visual and tactile warmth within the primary dark volume for the window projections and the welcoming recesses of the new entry and back porch as well as internally. The use of timber imbues a crafted quality to the new additions, exhibiting the skill of the builder in the meticulous resolution of details.


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EXCELLENCE IN TIMBER DESIGN Multi Residential

THREE CAPES TRACK CABINS

JAWSARCHITECTS Structural Engineer: Aldanmark Consulting Engineers Builders: VOC Construction and Joinery & AJR Construct Photographer: Brett Boardman Photography

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The Three Capes track cabins have been designed to make maximum use of the sun, maintaining warmth year-round through passive solar design in the magnificent scenery of the Tasman Peninsula on Tasmania’s south-east coast. Timber was the perfect material since it satisfied the requirements of lightness, standardisation and repetition, corrosion and bushfire resistance. Working closely with The Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service, a series of simple, elegant accommodation facilities in three distinct locations were developed utilising repeated and preassembled timber components. These components were transported by helicopter in 800kg loads and then assembled ‘flat-pack style’ on site by a small team of craftsmen. The comfortable light tones of Tasmanian Oak plywood provided good light reflection to help distribute daylight and provide a warm reflective glow to the limited amount of solar-powered lighting at night. Custom designed fixed windows with Tasmanian Oak window framing and linings were used throughout this project. The engineered floor boards were developed by 18mm thick boards from rotary peeled veneers cut from lowgrade Tasmanian Oak logs to enhance sustainable harvesting of regrowth forest. The finished flooring was required to have a hardwearing and durable surface finish.


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UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA INVERESK STUDENT RESIDENCES

MORRISON & BREYTENBACH ARCHITECTS IN ASSOCIATION WITH CIRCA MORRIS-NUNN

The three storey high student apartments have been constructed from prefabricated timber-framed volumetric boxes connected by four rubber pads, used to successfully isolate each unit acoustically. In Multi-Residential Category, the judges highly commended this project in its simultaneous production of multiple components of the building which led to a major reduction in construction times.

Structural Engineer: Aldanmark Consulting Engineers, Engineering Solutions Tasmania, Red Fire Engineers, Vipac Engineers & Scientists Builder: Hutchinson Builders Landscaper: Lindsay Campbell Landscape Design Timber Consultant: UTAS Centre for Sustainable Architecture with Wood(CSAW) Photographer: Thomas-Liam Ryan - Thomas Ryan Photography

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EXCELLENCE IN TIMBER DESIGN Public or Commercial

BOLD PARK AQUATIC

DONOVAN PAYNE ARCHITECTS & ANDREW VOLKMANN & KIM DONOVAN Structural Engineer: John Taylor, Airey Taylor Consulting Fabricator: Timber Engineered Structures Builder: Doric Group Photographer: Emma Van Dordrecht F22 Photography

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The unique bush land site of Bold Park Aquatic influenced the decision to use timber for the structure and cladding throughout the building. Due to the large amount of leaf litter likely to be collected, gutters were placed at ground level, as well as the use of sweeping roof curves, providing both beauty and functional perspective of the building. The timber sits in harmony with the bush land setting, bringing nature in to the building, and then softening the entire building with sweeping ceilings of acoustically perforated plywood, and has engaged the local community with sustainability in a gentle, yet successful manner. The primary structure of the building is made from Radiata Pine glulam, with thin lamellae to allow for tight radius curves where the roof beams curve down to form the columns. In the opposing axis, circular lathed glulams struts support wind loads between rafters, while remaining visually recessed as compared to the primary structure.


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EXCELLENCE IN TIMBER DESIGN Interior Fitout - Residential

THE FARM

FERGUS SCOTT ARCHITECTS Structural Engineer: van der Meer Consulting Fabricator: Bakers Joinery Builder: Join Constructions Photographer: Michael Nicholson Photography

The Farm is located on a windswept coastal headland. It is a single residence that accommodates multiple families. The key driver of design was the desire to create a minimal palette of natural materials reflective of the site. Thoughtfully used and detailed recycled timber is an important component of this project. The soft grey recycled timber surfaces unify the interior and complement the rammed earth. They imbue the interiors with a unique quality that is reflective of the landscape. All internal walls are lined in weathered recycled hardwood as are expansive ceilings and eaves. Timber boards on different elements are meticulously aligned and mitred. Eaves and ceiling boards align exactly when seen through high light glass. There are no door jambs; instead the wall lining is precisely mitred around the end of each wall. Cabinet joinery is typically bookended by panels clad in recycled timber.

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EXCELLENCE IN TIMBER DESIGN Interior Fitout - Commercial

LOT 1, SYDNEY

ENTER PROJECTS Structural Engineer: Martin Zimmerman Fabricator: Karisma Joinery Photographer: Brett Boardman Photography

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Timber is used as the primary component of this fit-out to create a distinctive space for a restaurant debut. Australian timber veneers joining seamlessly are used to circulate, unfold and connect all of the functions of the venue while providing a journey through the historic interior. The contemporary timber form layers the existing fabric of the building; principally exposed brick, sandstone walls, wooden columns and old steel work, all serving the building during its many stages and all integral to the rich, original tapestry. The selected veneers were required to be flexible enough to be manipulated into non-orthogonal geometry while being durable enough to withstand the busy commercial environment. Employing timber into non-orthogonal geometry, 3D modelling and laser cutting technology were used to create the ‘sweep and motion’ throughout the site. Tasmanian Southern Blue Gum and Tasmanian Wattle Silver veneers were chosen for this project for their physical properties.


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EXCELLENCE IN TIMBER DESIGN Landscape

HENLEY SQUARE REDEVELOPMENT

TCL & TROPPO ARCHITECTS Structural Engineer: Wallbridge & Gilbert Builder: BMD Constructions Photographer: Kate Cullity - TCL & Phil Harris - Troppo Architects

Henley Square Redevelopment was designed to create a redevelopment of a new community situated on a suburban seaside precinct. The concept design recognises the ‘good bones’ and history of the site. It provides layers of contemporary expression to enhance and extend the special qualities inherent in this special seaside location. Timber features heavily in all areas of the landscape design, including key elements in the creation of a promenade loop, extending the much loved lawn area, the redevelopment of the plaza to create a flexible and open ‘village square’, shade structures, a terrace edge to the beach, future buildings, laneways and plaza. Narrow format timber battens are crucial in realising the fluidity of the Ripple Lounge design concept, and in its ability to provide a natural, robust and thermally comfortable surface. The Ripple Lounge employs Blackbutt timber to provide a comfortable decking surface that enables multiple modes of interpretation and engagement. For the main structures, Coastal Blackbutt was specified for the structural timber, and White Cypress for the battens. The scale of the squares structures benefitted from a custom designed timber cladding to ensure they glow warmly with the evening sun, and, like the sea, shape-shift and shimmer through the day, and sparkle at night.

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EXCELLENCE IN TIMBER DESIGN Standalone Structure

CONDEV RECEPTION SPACE

STUDIO WORKSHOP Structural Engineer: Josh Neale, Westera Partners Fabricator: Studio Workshop & Byron Steel Builder: Studio Workshop Photographer: David Taylor

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This reception space features a reception desk and wall as a composition of contrasting elements. The wall is series of dimensioned timber that unfurls over the robust aesthetic of the cantilever steel desk and reclaimed ironbark sleepers. The screen wall unfolds upon the ceiling and comprises 1200 individual Melunak timber elements, connected with 2100 fixings. The timber wall was to test the limits of dimensioned timber in the application of computational design strategies and CNC fabrication where complex construction assemblies are made efficient with digital processes. Each timber member has been CNC milled to a unique length and angle, which embeds the instructions for construction into the wall itself as a series of self-jigging elements. The design decision to use timber as the essential component of this reception space, results in a place that radiates warmth and showcases hand-crafted sensibility blended with the CNC process used to actually fabricate each timber section.


WINNER

EXCELLENCE IN TIMBER DESIGN Furniture and Joinery

THE PIEMAN COLLECTION

SIMON ARCHER, NATHAN DAY, TOM FEREDAY AND MARCU PIPER

The Pieman Collection features the first exclusive range of furniture made using a new source of Australian specialty timbers sustainably salvaged from the hydro lakes of Tasmania. Named for its timber source, Lake Pieman, the collection is a unique collaboration of the primary producer, designers and manufacturer, a “paddock to plate” experience rarely seen in the design sector. One of the world’s first underwater forestry operations, Hydrowood is salvaging commercial quantities of Tasmanian exotic species such as Celery Top Pine, Sassafras and Blackwood. These rare, salvaged species have been used to create a series of unique furniture pieces with an exceptional provenance and narrative that are locally designed and made in Australia.

Fabricator: Dessein Furniture Photographer: Michele Chow and Haydn Cattach Photography

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EXCELLENCE IN TIMBER DESIGN Timber Fabrication

BOLD PARK AQUATIC CENTRE

DONOVAN PAYNE ARCHITECTS & ANDREW VOLKMANN & KIM DONOVAN Structural Engineer: John Taylor, Airey Taylor Consulting Fabricator: Timber Engineered Structures Builder: Doric Group Photographer: Emma Van Dordrecht F22 Photography

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Due to the unique bushland setting of the site, timber was the only choice to reflect the building’s environment. The building sits directly between a line of trees to the north, south and east. Radiata Pine glulams with Hoop-Pine plywood ceilings were chosen to achieve this immediate awareness of the local community with sustainability in a gentle, yet successful manner. This provides a soft and tactile building, with the structure on display for people to see. This curved roof also allowed the leaf litter to be flushed to the ground level. The light coloured plywood panels offset the powerful dark glulams and dark grey roof, creating a contrast between the recessive exterior versus the bright and warm interior. As the glulams have very strong grain, the hoop pine’s soft and non-linear grain complements this and doesn’t overpower the space. This bright and warm feel allows the natural light to bounce more effectively to the back of the rooms, reducing our reliance on artificial light as compared to using a darker panel.

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WINNER

EXCELLENCE IN TIMBER DESIGN Sustainability

MARIST COLLEGE BENDIGO MONTAGNE CENTRE

MATT DWYER Y2 ARCHITECTURE & PAUL WADDELL - THREE ACRES LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Structural Engineer: Kersulting Fabricator: The Truss Joint Builder: Walsh and O’Meara Builders Pty Ltd Photographer: Bill Conroy Press 1 Photography

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Marist College has a rich heritage of connecting to the landscape and utilising its natural materials to create built forms. This College features numerous examples of recycled timber used as elegantly exposed structural elements. The uses of local timber species for furniture and landscape features are an overarching theme throughout the school. Ironbark and Spotted Gum recycled telephone poles are used to support the exposed primary and secondary Glulam timber trusses. Adopting locally sourced recycled timber columns has numerous sustainable outcomes including reduced carbon footprint, minimisation of transport impacts and salvaging used material. The Silvertop Ash cladding is locally sourced, and the supplier is AFS and PEFC certified. The Glulam and LVL trusses used through the centre were made from locally sourced sustainably managed forests, and are also manufactured using renewable energy. All coatings used to finish the timber elements are low volatile organic compound. The judges, in awarding this project, said timber was just a part of the overall sustainability solution displayed in the project. The design team had balanced the elements to sustainable design and used timber as a natural extension of this. Judges commented on the “numerous examples of recycled timber used in this project add character to the structure and speak of the previous life these elements have served”.


WINNER

EXCELLENCE IN TIMBER DESIGN Rising Star

BOLD PARK AQUATIC

ANDREW VOLKMAN OF DONOVAN PAYNE ARCHITECTS Structural Engineer: John Taylor, Airey Taylor Consulting Fabricator: Timber Engineered Structures Builder: Doric Group Photographer: Emma Van Dordrecht F22 Photography

The Town of Cambridge associates very strongly with their bush land surrounds. The entire focus of the project was about Australian timber in the Australian bush land setting. Without the timber, the building would have been just like any other Australian Aquatic Centre, and largely devoid of a cultural identity. For each job, there is a specific timber to suit the task. For the curving primary structure, a flexible softwood that came in thin lamellae was used. The curved ceilings suited hoop pine very well, as hoop pine’s grain would not detract from the overall building. For the fully exposed timber pergola, Cypress was a better choice for its hardness and durability class. To complete this sense of continuity, the joinery is also fabricated from plywood. The result is a building where walls and ceilings speak to the joinery, and they all refer to the surrounding trees and bush land. Andrew Volkman, the project’s young designer contributed considerably to the design of Bold Park Aquatic.

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WINNER

EXCELLENCE IN TIMBER DESIGN Small Budget

106 FLINDERS STREET

BATES SMART Structural Engineer: Joel Drew - Brookfield Multiplex Engineering Innovation Group Fabricator: Nathan Ray - Brookfield Multiplex Engineering Innovation Group Builder: Nathan Ray - Brookfield Multiplex Engineering Innovation Group Photographer: Peter Clarke

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106 Flinders Street was designed as a cabin laboratory for an architectural physicist in Melbourne’s CBD. The space reconsiders the conventional workplace vocabulary and elements, conceiving a single space to work, meet and entertain. The office offers a tranquil and meditative sanctuary that is entirely clad in Douglas Fir to create a welcoming space. A calm tranquil office - also referred to as a thought space - has been integral to this project in terms of the materials chosen and design. Designed to replicate the environment of the client’s usual workspace in the Dandenongs, the space reflects the client’s timber framed and clad house in the country and brings a much needed respite for inner city working, veritable modern day haven. An original solution, this is a one of a kind that breaks trend to invoke new uses and new associations and creates a signalling of what the future of work could be, focused on creation and collaboration.


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EXCELLENCE IN THE USE OF TIMBER PRODUCTS Australian Certified Timber

WOODLEIGH SCHOOL SENIOR HOMESTEAD REDEVELOPMENT

LAW ARCHITECTS Structural Engineer: Calibre Consulting Fabricator: Vic Beam Builder: Lloyd Group Photographer: Drew Echberg

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The timber used in the Woodleigh School Senior Homestead is the central design element and pivotal to the overall architectural expression of the project. Spotted Gum was chosen for the engineered timber frame, external cladding and decking and internal veneer panels. Recycled Ironbark was also used for the pergola posts and bridge construction. The inspiration for the use of timber was derived from both the beautiful natural landscaped setting of the buildings and the desire to use warm and tactile materials expressing the structure inside and out. One of the key visions for the project was a commitment to environmental sustainability which required sourcing all local or Australian products wherever possible and ensuring that these products were sustainably sourced and manufactured. Recycled timbers have been used wherever possible, both deliberately during the design stages and as the opportunity presented itself during the construction stage. The suppliers of the spotted gum glulam beams and cladding boards are AFS certified.


WINNER

EXCELLENCE IN THE USE OF TIMBER PRODUCTS Engineered Timber

UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA INVERESK STUDENT RESIDENCES

MORRISON & BREYTENBACH ARCHITECTS IN ASSOCIATION WITH CIRCA MORRIS-NUNN Structural Engineer: Aldanmark Consulting Engineers, Engineering Solutions Tasmania, Red Fire Engineers, Vipac Engineers & Scientists Builder: Hutchinson Builders Landscaper: Lindsay Campbell Landscape Design Timber Consultant: UTAS Centre for Sustainable Architecture with Wood(CSAW) Photographer: Thomas-Liam Ryan - Thomas Ryan Photography

A three storey high, 120 self-contained student apartments make up this building. A system of prefabricated timber-framed volumetric boxes is stacked upon each other, without the need for an additional support structure. The only connections between modules are four rubber pads, used to successfully isolate each unit acoustically. Fabricated off-site locally, the prefabricated timber roof and wall sections enabled simultaneous production of multiple components of the building reducing construction times and avoiding scaffolding on site. LVL joists were used for an efficient and environmentally friendly way of spanning the distances required. The project also includes a CLT component used in the common rooms, stairs and all escape paths in the building. Because of CLT’s superior fire performance fire sprinklers are not used despite its being multi-storey timber construction.

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WINNER

EXCELLENCE IN THE USE OF TIMBER PRODUCTS Recycled Timber

THE FARM

FERGUS SCOTT ARCHITECTS Structural Engineer: van der Meer Consulting Fabricator: Bakers Joinery Builder: Join Constructions Photographer: Michael Nicholson Photography

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Located on a windswept coastal headland, The Farm is a single residence that accommodates multiple families. A minimal palette of natural materials reflective of the site is the key to the design. Inside the rammed earth structure, recycled timber is the main internal surface material of the building. The soft grey recycled timber surfaces unify the interior and complement the rammed earth. They imbue the interiors with a unique quality that is reflective of the landscape. All internal walls are lined in weathered recycled hardwood as are expansive ceilings and eaves. Timber boards on different elements are meticulously aligned and mitred. Cabinet joinery is typically bookended by panels clad in recycled timber. The Farm is designed to have long life span. The use of recycled timber such that it is intrinsic to the building, will allow it assume a long life in situ which is an important sustainability objective.


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EXCELLENCE IN THE USE OF TIMBER PRODUCTS Fitout featuring Decorative Sliced Veneer

LILLY’S ESPRESSO E CUCINA

ZANAZAN ARCHITECTURE STUDIO Fabricator: EPK Joinery Builder: The Walsh Group Photographer: Murray Frederick

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Located within an established shopping centre, Lilly’s Espresso e Cucina involved creative utilisation of sliced decorative timber veneers to form a united dining room in a tall but fragmented space. The design needed to suit both day and night trading, relying on material selections, form, lighting and layout to create a sense place far from the crowd of the shopping centre. The rich natural tones of timber are contrasted against black edges and deep shadows creating a layered interior. The sensuously curved ceiling draws patrons inside while concealing lighting, air conditioning, security and audio services beyond. Glue laminated solid American Oak engineered board for a larger surface area such as bench tops and dining table tops and Veneered Crown cut American Oak were chosen to create a clean look and create the impression of solid timber being used.


WINNER

EXCELLENCE IN THE USE OF TIMBER PRODUCTS Timber Cladding

INLET HOUSE

SEELEY ARCHITECTS Structural Engineer: P.J. Yttrup & Associates Pty Ltd Builder: Spence Construction Photographer: Nic Granlees Architectural Photography

Inlet house is inspired by a site encircled with native trees, an estuary, sand dunes and coastal cliffs. The design response has a sense of being ‘right for place’ with timber palate that respects and enhances the locale. Inlet house is all about drawing the outside in. Timber cladding, decking and bluestone seamlessly fold from outside to in, creating unexpected circulation spaces that are incredibly durable whilst striking and inviting. Colours derived from the surrounding vegetation inspired the material selection, with pre-weathered Jarrah cladding providing a subtle grey to the façade. The greyed timber instantly creates a house that appears to have long existed on its site, seamlessly blending into the salty scrub. This timber is bushfire-resistant, durable and low maintenance, an important consideration for its salt-exposed and fire-prone locale.

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WINNER

EXCELLENCE IN THE USE OF TIMBER PRODUCTS Timber Flooring

ABBOTSLEIGH MULTI-PURPOSE ASSEMBLY & SPORTS HALL & SPORTS FIELD

MICHAEL HEENAN ALLEN JACK + COTTIER Structural Engineer: Richard Green & Richard Milsted - TTW Builder: Paul Christopher - Prime Constructions Photographer: Tyrone Branigan

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Abbotsleigh Sports and Assembly Hall displays a constant and carefully considered connection with its forest surrounds. A careful study of the blue gum high forest led to the retention of all significant trees which then became the inspiration for the range of timbers used throughout the building. The sports and assembly hall floor is predominantly used for basketball, badminton and netball. After much investigation, the flooring was considered to be the most durable on the market and also required less frequent maintenance than traditional oil or polyurethane finished floor surfaces. Consequently, a sprung flooring system was considered a fundamental aspect of the brief. Internally, the European oak timber floor anchors the fluid roof canopy. Louvres seamlessly connect to the outside, capturing breezes and scent from the surrounding forest. The architectural intent was for the overall space to be to holistically wrapped in timber and plywood to provide an atmosphere of distinctive warmth.


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EXCELLENCE IN THE USE OF TIMBER PRODUCTS Timber Panels

THE GIPSON COMMONS, ST MICHAEL’S GRAMMAR SCHOOL

ARCHITECTUS GROUP PTY LTD Structural Engineer: Cardno Limited (Edison), Acoustic Consulting Australia Fabricator: Laminated Timber Supplies Pty Ltd 7 Austral Plywoods Pty Ltd Builder: Contract Control Services Town Planning Consultant: Urbis Landscape Architect: Aspect Studios & CE Design Quantity Surveyor: Wilde and Woollard Risk Consultant: Salus Risk Geotechnical Investigation: NSP Geotechnics Pty Ltd Land Surveyor: Beveridge Williams and Co Pty Ltd Photographer: Architectus Pty Ltd

Gipson Commons is a three level, above ground education building that incorporates timber panels to provide a backdrop to the colour of learning – natural and authentic. The use of plywood wall panelling promotes a calm building environment through its warmth and sound attenuation. As beautiful as timber is as a finish, it can perform a multitude of other purposes such as forming the sun shading externally as well as the acoustic attenuation internally on top of its already appealing aesthetic. Plywood has also been used in the joinery to the public spaces and stair balustrades. At ground level, this idea of acoustic attenuation through timber is epitomised in the baffle ceiling. Plywood panels of different finishes are arranged in a lattice-like formation to deflect sound in what is traditionally one of the busier and louder zones in buildings of this type.

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EXCELLENCE IN THE USE OF TIMBER PRODUCTS Timber Veneers

LOT 1, SYDNEY

ENTER PROJECTS Structural Engineer: Martin Zimmerman Fabricator: Karisma Joinery Photographer: Brett Boardman Photography

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Fluidity to Form inspired this design, and timber veneers were the catalyst for a concept driven by the patterns baristas create on a café latte. The selected veneers needed to be flexible enough to be manipulated into nonorthogonal geometry while being durable enough to withstand the busy commercial environment. As a result, Tasmanian Southern Blue Gum and Tasmanian Wattle Silver veneers were chosen for their physical properties. 3D modelling and laser cutting technology were employed to create the timber forms ‘sweep and motion’ throughout the site. Australian timber veneers join seamlessly to circulate, unfold and connect all of the functions of the venue while providing a journey through the historic Sydney interior. The contemporary timber form layers the existing fabric of the building; principally exposed brick, sandstone walls, wooden columns and old steel work, all serving the building during its many stages and are all integral to the rich, original tapestry.


WINNER

EXCELLENCE IN THE USE OF TIMBER PRODUCTS Timber Windows and Doors

THE FARM

FERGUS SCOTT ARCHITECTS Structural Engineer: van der Meer Consulting Fabricator: Bakers Joinery Builder: Join Constructions Photographer: Michael Nicholson Photography

The Farm is located on a windswept coastal headland. It is a single residence that accommodates multiple families. The key driver of design was the desire to create a minimal palette of natural materials reflective of the site. The rammed earth structure and soft grey recycled timber surfaces are complementary and imbue the interiors with a unique quality. In this project, Blackbutt timber was chosen for external doors and windows over other materials for operational, detailing and aesthetic attributes. Timber frames can be incorporated in minimal abutment details, with seal details to suit. The typical window jamb was a custom hardwood section with protruding brass fins recessed into the rammed earth. Timber frames have thermal qualities that work with the passive thermal and solar attributes of the building. Passive solar and thermal efficiency is a primary design consideration.

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Bold Park Aquatic Donovan Payne Architects

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Mosman Bay House iredale pedersen hook architects

Little Hartley House Ruth Kealy

University of Tasmania Inveresk Residences Morrison & Breytenbach Architects in Association with Circa Morris-Nunn

Main Ridge House Noxon Giffen

Play Pods Silvester Fuller

Ridge House Sparks Architects

INTERIOR FITOUT RESIDENTIAL CLASS 1

West End House Richard Kirk Architect

Salamander Bay Residence MJW Architecture

Ridge House - Interior Fitout Sparks Architects

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Split House BKK Architects

Tivoli Terrace LAVA Laboratory for Visionary Architecture

RESIDENTIAL CLASS 1 ALTERATION OR ADDITION Highlight House ssd studio Rhythm House Delia Teschendorff Architecture Waterloo Terrace David Mitchell Architects Whyte House buck&simple

MULTI RESIDENTIAL

Tower House - Interior Fit-out Austin Maynard Architects

INTERIOR FITOUT COMMERCIAL 106 Flinders Street Bates Smart Makan Place PNEU Architects NORD Coffee Studio Workshop

RMIT Bundoora Timber Hub Timber Imagineering Woodleigh School Homestead Redevelopment Law Architects

RISING STAR 106 Flinders Street Johan Hermijanto of Bates Smart Whyte House Kurt Crisp of buck&simple Waterloo Terrace David Mitchell of David Mitchell Architects

SMALL BUDGET

University of Tasmania Inveresk Residences Morrison & Breytenbach Architects in Association with Circa Morris-Nunn

Novartis, Interior Fitout HDR|Rice Daubney

Cut-away Roof House Scale Architecture Pty Ltd

LANDSCAPE

West Beach Townhouses Grant Amon Architects P/L

Canada Bay Residence CplusC Architectural Workshop

High Point Pop Up Park ASPECT Studios

PUBLIC OR COMMERCIAL

Victoria Square / Tarntanyangga TCL – Taylor Cullity Lethlean

Marist College Bendigo Montagne Centre Y2Architecture

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Woodleigh Park and Entry Boulevard MDG Landscape Architects

Play Pods Silvester Fuller Ptolemi Rebekah Araullo

AUSTRALIAN CERTIFIED TIMBER Bold Park Aquatic Donovan Payne Architects Novartis HDR|Rice Daubney

ENGINEERED TIMBER Bold Park Aquatic Donovan Payne Architects RMIT Bundoora Timber Hub Timber Imagineering, Richard Middleton and Bonacci Structural Engineering

RECYCLED TIMBER Makan Place PNEU Architects West End House Richard Kirk Architect

SLICED DECORATIVE VENEER Dowel House fmd architects p/l John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School Brooking Design Architects Suttons UGG Rptecture Architects

TIMBER FLOORING Slack Melbourne Office Breathe Architecture Three Capes Track Cabins JAWSARCHITECTS

TIMBER PANELS Bento Box Cumulus Studio Play Pods Silvester Fuller

TIMBER VENEER Jemena Melbourne Workplace Woods Bagot The Gipson Commons, St Michael’s Grammar School Architectus

TIMBER WINDOWS & DOORS Forest and Beach Troppo Architects Sofia & Otto’s Playground Gaetano Palmese Architects


ENTRANTS

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ENTRANTS

106 FLINDERS STREET

Bates Smart

AIREYS STUDIO

SurfCoast Architecture

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40 CLIVE STREET, WEST FOOTSCRAY

SG2 design Architects

ASCOT RESIDENCE STREET FRONT WORKS

Cadds Architecture

ABBOTSLEIGH MULTI-PUPOSE ASSEMBLY & SPORTS HALL & SPORTS FIELD

Allen Jack+Cottier

AVENUE APARTMENT

mcmahon and nerlich

ACTON HOMESTEAD

Cica Morris-Nunn Architects

BALLART REGIONAL SOCCER FACILITY

k20 Architecture


Abbotsleigh Multi-purpose School Sports Hall 2016 - Australian Institute of Architecture William E Kemp Award Best Education Building in NSW

BBC WORLDWIDE ANZ

Powerhouse Group

BOLD PARK AQUATIC

Donovan Payne Architects

BENTO BOX

Cumulus Studio

BUTTERFLY TABLE

Luxmy Furniture

architectsajc.com Australian Timber Design Awards 2016

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ENTRANTS

CANADA BAY RESIDENCE

CplusC Architectural Workshop

CLT HOUSE MATRAVILLE

Ironwood Timber / Select Building

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CANADA BAY RESIDENCE

CplusC Architectural Workshop

CLT HOUSE MATRAVILLE

Ironwood Timber / Select Building

CHAPEL HILL HOUSE

Reddog Architects

CLT HOUSE MATRAVILLE

Ironwood Timber / Select Building

CLT HOUSE

Ecobuild Design

CONDEV RECEPTION SPACE

Studio Workshop


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CONDEV RECEPTION SPACE

Studio Workshop

CUT-AWAY ROOF HOUSE

Scale Architecture Pty Ltd

CONTEMPORARY COURTYARD

Tom’s Secret Garden Pty Ltd

D1 TIMBER CANOPY

Ken Mcbryde & Stephanie Smith

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info@timberveneer.asn.au www.timberveneer.asn.au Australian Timber Design Awards 2016

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ENTRANTS

DEVIL’S CORNER

Cumulus Studio

FLEXI COMMUNITY HUB

CKD architects pty ltd

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DOWEL HOUSE

fmd architects p/l

FOREST AND BEACH HOUSE

Troppo Architects

DRESDEN MOBILE

Alexander Symes Architect

GOODACRE-PAUL RESIDENCE

codedspace

ESCU HOUSE

Bijl Architecture

GOTTHA STREET FITOUT

Reddog Architects


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GREEN DOOR HOUSE

ArchiBlox

HENLEY SQUARE REDEVELOPMENT

TCL - Taylor Cullity Lethlean

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HIGH POINT POP UP PARK

ASPECT Studios

HIGHLIGHT HOUSE

ssd studio

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ENTRANTS

IMPENNATA - EAGLE BAY HOUSE

JCY Architects and Urban Designers

JEMENA MELBOURNE WORKPLACE

Woods Bagot

INLET HOUSE

Seeley Architects

JOHN SEPTIMUS ROE ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL (JSRACS) SENIOR LEARNING CENTER MIRRABOOKA CAMPUS

Brooking Design Architects 68

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INTERNATIONAL DEPARTURES UPGRADE PROJECT

Woods Bagot

LEAN-TO HOUSE

Warc Studio

INTERNATIONAL DEPARTURES UPGRADE PROJECT

Woods Bagot

LIGHT HOUSE

ARKit


LILLY’S ESPRESSO E CUCINA

LILLY’S ESPRESSO E CUCINA

Zanazan Architecture Studio

Zanazan Architecture Studio

LOT 1, SYDNEY

Enter Projects

MAIN RIDGE HOUSE

Noxon Giffen

LILYFIELD BLACK BEAN

Paragrid Pty Ltd

MAKAN PLACE

PNEU Architects

LITTLE HARTLEY HOUSE

Ruth Kealy

MARIST COLLEGE BENDIGO MONTAGNE CENTRE

Y2Architecture Australian Timber Design Awards 2016

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ENTRANTS

MARIST COLLEGE BENDIGO MONTAGNE CENTRE

Y2Architecture

MILLS, THE TOY MANAGEMENT HOUSE

Austin Maynard Architects

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MARKS PARK AMENITIES

Cantilever Consulting Engineers / Sam Crawford Architects

MLC FOOD COURT CENTRE

Luchetti Krelle

MERRICKS RESIDENCE

Intermode Pty Ltd

MONASH UNIVERSITY CAULFIELD CAMPUS GREEN EVENTS TERRACE

TCL - Taylor Cullity Lethlean

MEYER TIMBER OFFICE NSW

TBS (Timber Building Systems)

MOSMAN BAY HOUSE

iredale pedersen hook architects


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ENTRANTS

MOSMAN BAY HOUSE

iredale pedersen hook architects

NORTHCOTE RESIDENCE

K2LD Architects

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NEST RESTAURANT + BAR

TONIC Design

NOVARTIS

HDR | Rice Daubney

NGARLUMA ELDERS VILLAGE

BA Architects

NOVARTIS

HDR | Rice Daubney

NORD COFFEE

Studio Workshop

OAK GROVE

Justin Mallia


PLAY PODS

Silvester Fuller

REGIONAL AREA IN SYDNEY DUTY-FREE AIRPORT

LAVA Laboratory for Visionary Architecture

PTOLEMI

Rebekah Araullo

RHYTHM HOUSE

Delia Teschendorff Architecture

RAMP HOUSE

Irons McDuff Architecture

RIDGE HOUSE

Sparks Architects

RAMP HOUSE

Irons McDuff Architecture

RIDGE HOUSE

Sparks Architects

Australian Timber Design Awards 2016

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ENTRANTS

RMIT BUNDOORA TIMBER HUB

Timber Imagineering, Richard Middleton and Bonacci Structural Engineers

SANDSTONE POINT HOTEL

KP Architects

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RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE PERTH

Gerry Kho Architects

SANDSTONE POINT HOTEL

KP Architects

RUSS THE BUS

LAVA Laboratory for Visionary Architecture

SLACK MELBOURNE OFFICE

Breathe Architecture

SALAMANDER BAY RESIDENCE

MJW Architecture

SNELLEMAN TOM FITOUT

TONIC Design


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ENTRANTS

SOFIA & OTTO’S PLAYGROUND

Gaetano Palmese Architects

ST JOSEPH’S SCHOOL

Timber Imagineering

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SORRENTO BEACH HOUSE

Studio 1

SUSHI HUB SWANSTON ST

Rptecture Architects

SPLIT HOUSE

BKK Architects

SUTTONS UGG

Rptecture Architects

ST BERNARD’S PRIMARY SCHOOL, YEAR 5 & 6 LEARNING HUB

Harrison and White Architects

SWAN BAY HOUSE @ QUEENSCLIFF

Studio101 Architects


TALKI TABLE

Luxmy Furniture

THE COFFEE BOX

Sync Design

TANKS ART CENTRE TICKET DESK

Total project Group Architects

THE FARM

Fergus Scott Architects

TEMPE HOUSE

Pedersen Architecture

THE GIPSON COMMONS

Architectus

THE CHANCELLERY

Allen Jack+Cottier

THE PIEMAN COLLECTION

Hydrowood

Australian Timber Design Awards 2016

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ENTRANTS

THE VILLA @ OCEAN GROVE

Studio101 Architects

TOWER HOUSE

Austin Maynard Architects

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THREE CAPES TRACK CABINS

JAWSArchitects

TWO PEAKS HOUSE

mcmahon and nerlich

TIVOLI TERRACE

LAVA Laboratory for Visionary Architecture

UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA INVERESK RESIDENCES

Morrison & Breytenbach Architects in Association with Circa Morris-Nunn

TOWER HOUSE

Austin Maynard Architects

VICTORIA SQUARE / TARNDANYANGGA URBAN REGENERATION PROJECT

TCL - Taylor Cullity Lethlean


FOR BEAUTIFUL TIMBER, NATURALLY...

VICTORIA SQUARE / TARNDANYANGGA URBAN REGENERATION PROJECT

TCL - Taylor Cullity Lethlean

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ENTRANTS

WATERLOO TERRACE

David Mitchell Architects

WHYTE HOUSE

buck&simple

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WEST BEACH TOWNHOUSES

Grant Amon Architects P/L

WOODLEA PARK AND ENTRY BOULEVARD

MDG Landscape Architects

WEST END HOUSE

Richard Kirk Architect

WOODLEIGH SCHOOL SENIOR HOMESTEAD REDEVELOPMENT

Law Architects

WEST END HOUSE

Richard Kirk Architect

YARRA HOUSE

Bird de la Coeur Architects


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