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Architectus triumphs at World Architecture News Awards

Mandeville Centre takes out World Architecture News Award

The Architectus-designed Mandeville Centre at Loreto Toorak has won the prestigious World Architecture News International Award for Education.

Matthew Smith and Paulo Sampaio were in London to accept the award today, joining architects and designers behind some of the world’s best projects.

The design of the Mandeville Centre was commended as a ‘brave response to an education building’ by this year’s jury.

Architectus triumphs at World Architecture News Awards

Architectus Managing Director, Ray Brown said, “We are really pleased that our expertise in creating exceptional learning and teaching environments has been recognised on the world stage. Congratulations to the design team and Loreto Mandeville Hall Toorak for realising an exquisite building that inspires and energises staff and students.”


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