The exhibition of entries for the 2014 Victorian Architecture Awards, which opened at Federation Square’s Atrium last Tuesday, was featured in an article in The Age.
City Editor Clay Lucas mentioned The Arrow studio in the Macedon Ranges, which was designed by PHTR Architects and built in 10 days as a studio to hang art work.
The Arrow studio is one of approximately 100 projects that are shortlisted throughout Melbourne and regional Victoria in 11 categories. Other shortlisted projects that were mentioned in the article included the renovated Prahran Hotel in Windsor in the commercial architecture category; a new canopy in Federation Square in the small projects category; the redeveloped Bendigo Library in the public architecture category; and a small family home in Coburg including a roof garden in the residential category.
The exhibition of entries will be open to the public for June 3 -15 and is free to visit.
Read Clay’s article here.
Photo by Toby Reed & Sam Reed