The awards and the nomination course of are designed to keep up the 2 essential goals of Structure+Girls•NZ: elevating the visibility of girls skilled in structure in Aotearoa New Zealand and celebrating the excellent contributions of girls to our constructed setting and architectural communities.
The awards match below three distinctive classes: Management, Range and Excellence — recognising careers and an total contribution to structure, moderately than single buildings or works.
The winners and finalists come from a wide range of backgrounds, practices and areas of the nation, and characterize the expansion of girls within the area of structure.
The jury for this 12 months’s awards comprised Justine Clark (Parlour), Craig Moller (Moller Architects), Dr Sarah Treadwell and Carinnya Feaunati (Designgroup Stapleton Elliott).
The 2023 A+W•NZ Dulux Awards winners are:
Chrystall Excellence Award
Celebrating the complete and wealthy profession of a feminine within the area of structure.
Munro Range Award
Celebrating those that work laborious to assist variety within the area of structure.
Wirihana Management Award
Celebrating a growing profession for females of their second decade after commencement.
Congrats to this 12 months’s finalists:
Every winner obtained a certificates and a ravishing cast-glass trophy made by Auckland architect and artist Ainsley O’Connell.
In regards to the A+W•NZ Dulux Awards
Sponsored by Dulux, the awards programme has been held triennially since 2014, forming a part of a wider spectrum of actions undertaken by A+W•NZ, together with analysis, publication, coverage and occasions. The Warren Belief presents their assist with the awards publication. The A+W•NZ Awards depend on a various crew of volunteers who with out them, the awards programme wouldn’t be doable.
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