Winners: A+W•NZ Dulux Awards 2017

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Winners: A+W•NZ Dulux Awards 2017

 

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Chrystall Excellence Award winner Sarah Treadwell at work in her art studio.

Chrystall Excellence Award winner Sarah Treadwell at work in her art studio.

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A recent artwork by Sarah Treadwell.

A recent artwork by Sarah Treadwell.

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Lindley Naismith (left) with Jane Aimer and Mike Dowsett of Scarlet Architects.

Lindley Naismith (left) with Jane Aimer and Mike Dowsett of Scarlet Architects. Image: Simon Devitt

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Pahi Bach by Scarlet Architects.

Pahi Bach by Scarlet Architects. Image: Simon Devitt

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Country residence in Central Otago by Bureaux.

Country residence in Central Otago by Bureaux.

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An office fit-out in Auckland by Bureaux.

An office fit-out in Auckland by Bureaux.

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Lindley Naismith of Scarlet Architects with Maggie Carroll and Jessica Barter of Bureaux.

Lindley Naismith of Scarlet Architects with Maggie Carroll and Jessica Barter of Bureaux. Image: Elise Cautley

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Cast-glass trophies created by Auckland architect and glass sculptor Ainsley O’Connell.

Cast-glass trophies created by Auckland architect and glass sculptor Ainsley O’Connell. Image: Elise Cautley

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Networking at the A+W•NZ Dulux Awards 2017, City Gallery, Wellington.

Networking at the A+W•NZ Dulux Awards 2017, City Gallery, Wellington. Image: Elise Cautley

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Lindley Naismith, winner of the Munro Diversity Award.

Lindley Naismith, winner of the Munro Diversity Award. Image: Elise Cautley

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Guests enjoying drinks and dinner at the A+W•NZ Dulux Awards.

Guests enjoying drinks and dinner at the A+W•NZ Dulux Awards. Image: Elise Cautley

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Maggie Carroll and Jessica Barter of Bureaux, winners of the Wirihana Leadership Award.

Maggie Carroll and Jessica Barter of Bureaux, winners of the Wirihana Leadership Award. Image: Elise Cautley

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Elisapeta Heta of Architecture+Women New Zealand chats with guests.

Elisapeta Heta of Architecture+Women New Zealand chats with guests. Image: Elise Cautley

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The winners and finalists of Architecture+Women’s A+W•NZ Dulux Awards 2017 were announced at a lively awards evening at City Gallery Wellington on 26 August.

These awards aim to recognise women in developing and full careers, with an emphasis on contribution to architecture, rather than on individual designs or buildings.

Guests enjoying drinks and dinner at the A+W•NZ Dulux Awards. Image:  Elise Cautley

The winners and finalists come from a variety of backgrounds, practices and areas of the country, and represent the growth of women in the field of architecture.

The awards are by nomination, which helps to foster a sense of collegiality among the architectural community, and self-nomination is allowed with the intention of counteracting Kiwi modesty.

The jury for this year’s awards comprised Brit Andresen (Emeritus Professor, UQ, Andresen O’Gorman Architects), Sharon Jansen (Sharon Jansen Architect), Anna Tong (CAAHT Studio) and Dave Strachan (SGA).

Winners of the A+W•NZ Dulux Awards 2017 below: 

Chrystall Excellence Award
(celebrating the full and rich career of a female in the field of architecture)

Lindley Naismith, winner of the Munro Diversity Award. Image:  Elise Cautley
  • Dr Sarah Treadwell 

Munro Diversity Award
(celebrating those who work hard to support diversity in the field of architecture)

  • Lindley Naismith of Scarlet Architects

Wirihana Leadership Award 
(celebrating a developing career for females in their second decade after graduation)

  • Maggie Carroll and Jessica Barter of Bureaux

Finalists below:

Maggie Carroll and Jessica Barter of Bureaux, winners of the Wirihana Leadership Award. Image:  Elise Cautley
  • Mary Henry of Jasmax
  • Natasha Markham of Markham Architecture and Urban Design
  • Rogan Nash Architects – Kate Rogan and Eva Nash
  • Sophie Wylie of Artifact Property
  • Briar Green of Pearson and Associates Architects
  • Clare Athfield of Athfield Architects
  • Megan Edwards of Megan Edwards Architects
  • Scarlet Architects – Jane Aimer and Lindley Naismith
  • Dorita Hannah 
  • Gillian Macleod and Jackie Gillies
  • Jane Hill of Chow:Hill
  • Jade Kake 

Each winner received a certificate and a beautiful cast-glass trophy made by Auckland architect and glass sculptor Ainsley O’Connell.

More information on all the winners and finalists can be found in the forthcoming September issue of Architecture New Zealand and on the Architecture+Women website.


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