Australian Institute of Architects, Victorian Architecture Awards
Jury for the Melbourne Prize
2016

Anna Maskiell was a jury member for the 2016 Melbourne Prize, alongside Tim Jackson of Jackson Clements Burrows Architects (Chair) and Peter Williams of Williams Boag Architects.

The Melbourne Prize is awarded to an exceptional architectural project that leverages the specific programmatic and site opportunities, to make a broader contribution to our city - socially, culturally, economically and ecologically.

Following a rigorous evaluation process, the jury awarded the 2016 Melbourne Prize to Saltwater Community Centre by Croxon Ramsay Architects.

For more information about the Victorian Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects Awards program, please see the following link:

http://architecture.com.au/events/state-territory/victorian-chapter/victorian-awards

Photographer  Dianna Snape

Photographer
Dianna Snape

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Monash College Learning Village
Jackson Clements Burrows Architects with Philip Ward
2015

Philip Ward, Director and co-founder of Public Realm Lab, led the strategic direction, design and delivery of Monash College Learning Village in his role as Monash College Masterplanner in collaboration with JCB Architects. The Village is a pop-up educational facility at Monash University’s Clayton Campus, completed in October 2015. It is a manifestation of the University's innovative vision for education and applied learning in a dynamic, collaborative and flexible environment.

Achieved through a 9 month fast-track design and construction period, the Village is a response to Monash College’s fast growth and will accommodate the decanting of other buildings on campus when required.

The key challenge was creating a sense of place within a car park location and arranging factory built modules in an engaging way that created unique open spaces for students. The outcome is a space whose layout avoids barrack-like repetition. The Village has a community, ‘village’ atmosphere, with a central agora despite the fact that it is a temporary building.

The Village was first runner-up for the 2016 Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) Award for Innovation and Creativity, within the Contemporary HR Category. AHRI is the national association representing human resource and people management professionals and setting the professional standard for HR in Australia.

It was also a finalist in the education category of the 2016 World Architecture News Awards.

The awards entries can be viewed at the following sites:

https://www.ahri.com.au/awards/ahri-awards/awards-finalist/contemporary-hr-finalist/AHRI-award-for-innovation-and-creativity/Monash-College

http://backstage.worldarchitecturenews.com/wanawards/project/monash-college-learning-village/

Photographer
John Gollings

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The Expert and The Architect

The Expert and The Architect was a monthly program of free public talks, curated and hosted by Anna Maskiell of Public Realm Lab and held at the Australian Institute of Architects. This program brought non-Architect experts together with renowned Architects to discuss and debate the role of architecture across different sectors and typologies.

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Sacred Spaces, Series 5, Episode 10
Agilent Technologies
2013

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Agilent Technologies - internal promotional material
Agilent Delivering Breakthroughs
2013

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Architect Victoria, Summer 2013
Who are the Women of Victorian Architecture?

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Platypus Magazine, Journal of the Australian Federal Police
Edition 95, July 2007
The New Headquarters has Symbolic Importance
Australian Federal Police Headquarters, Canberra

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