The 2015 Mosman Design Awards showcased some of the best examples of residential development and architectural excellence in Mosman. This year we received 16 nominations from many talented architects responding to questions of sustainability during design and construction.
Each property was visited in February and the judges took the opportunity to inspect, ask questions and appreciate the nominated properties. The high standard of the nominations made it a real challenge for the judges in deciding the winning properties.
mosman design awards judging day
Judges inspecting the nominated properties
On Monday 30 March, a special Presentation Evening was held at the Mosman Art Gallery to announce the award winners. The People’s Choice Award was won by the property that received the most votes from the community during the voting period and was presented by the Mayor. The other awards were determined by the panel of judges, including Nick Tobias, Robert Staas, and Gabrielle Morrish.
Award winners included:
36 Plunkett Road, designed by Clinton Murray and Polly Harbison – Winner Contribution to the Built Environment
3 Prince Albert Street, designed by Tanner Kibble Denton Architects – Winner Heritage Conservation
16 Mosman Street, designed by Ian Moore Architects – Winner Alterations and Additions
100 Glover Street, designed by PCA Architects and developed by Helm Properties – Winner Multi Dwelling Development
Mosman Preparatory School and the Greenwall Company – Winner Community Renewal
13 Thompson Street designed by Prue Murdoch – Winner People’s Choice Award
2015 Design Awards Presentation Evening
Congratulations to all the winners and thank you to our three judges who generously donated their time.
You can read the judges citations and check out all the nominations online.
We look forward to hosting the next Mosman Design Awards in 2017.