Lady Gowrie Awarded

The Tasmanian Architecture Awards were held on Saturday night, and the Cumulus team enjoyed a night of fun and celebration, beginning with a presentation at St. David’s Cathedral, before moving to the Brooke St Pier for food and frivolities.

We’re happy to announce that Cumulus Studio were awarded The Australian Institute of Architects Tasmanian Chapter 2017 Sydney Blythe Award for Educational Architecture – the state’s highest award for educational architecture – for Lady Gowrie Tasmania Integrated Centre for Children and Families.

We’re delighted and excited to be recognised by our peers at this event, and within this category. As alway, there was a plethora of talent and wonderful design on display in all categories, and you can read about the awards and browse the other winners here.

If you haven’t yet voted in the people’s choice award, there is still time to browse all projects entered into this year’s awards program, and cast your vote by clicking here.

As always, thanks to our clients, Lady Gowrie Tasmania, for the opportunity to develop the project, builders Fairbrothers, and all of the consultants involved in this project.

This project will now be eligible to be considered for the National Architecture Awards, to be announced in Canberra, Thursday 2 Nov 2017 at Albert Hall, Canberra.


LtoR: Todd Henderson, Peter Walker, Liz Walsh (Cumulus Studio) and Jacinda Dales, Access Solutions Tasmania, Category Sponsor. Picture, Nina Hamilton