Awards

Morrison & Breytenbach Architects deliver award-winning architecture at an international, national and state level. Our awards record demonstrates consistent exemplary outcomes beyond best practice standards. It is testimony to the value, quality and rigour we bring to projects through our architectural vision, process and principles.

2016

UTAS Inveresk Student Residences

in association with Circa Morris-Nunn

  • AIA Tasmanian Chapter Commendation for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing
  • Australian Timber Design Awards – Winner Engineered Timber Products
  • Australian Timber Design Awards – Highly Commended Multi-Residential
  • Australian Property Institute (Vic/Tas Division) Environmental Development Award
  • Australian Property Institute (Vic/Tas Division) Property Industry Award
  • Australasian Green Gown Awards Finalist

2015

Moonah Arts Centre Centre

  • AIA Tasmanian Chapter Alan C Walker Award for Public Architecture
  • AIA Tasmanian Chapter Colorbond Award for Steel Architecture

Ptunarra Child and Family Centre

  • AIA Tasmanian Chapter Educational Architecture Award
  • AIA Tasmanian Chapter Sustainable Architecture Award

2013

Johns Point residence

  • HIA Tasmania 2013 Home of the Year awarded to Merlin Constructions for the build of this morrison & breytenbach architects designed project

Chigwell Child and Family Centre

in association with Scott & Riley Architects

  • The Council of Educational Facility Planners International (CEFPI) – International Education Facilities Awards: 2013 International Project of Distinction
  • The Council of Educational Facility Planners International (CEFPI) – International Education Facilities Awards: 2013 Winner New Construction: Major Facility

Sustainability Learning Centre

  • The Council of Educational Facility Planners International (CEFPI) – International Education Facilities Awards: Commendation for An Education Initiative or a Design Solution for an Innovative Program
  • AIA Tasmanian Chapter Sustainable Architecture Award

40 Brisbane Street

  • AIA Tasmanian Chapter Multi-residential Commendation

2011

Tarremah Hall

  • AIA National Commendation for Sustainable Architecture
  • AIA Tasmanian Chapter Public Building Award
  • AIA Tasmanian Chapter Sustainable Architecture Award
  • Australian Timber Design Awards – Australian Certified Timber
  • Australian Property Institute Environmental Development Award

Balamara Street Housing

  • HIA Special Purpose Housing Project of the Year

2007

Rosny Historic Centre

in association with Mary Knaggs, Heritage Architect

  • RAIA Tasmanian Chapter Heritage Awards