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Shepparton Law Courts selected a finalist in 2019 Architizer A+Awards

Selected among a handful in the world, the Shepparton Law Courts redevelopment is a finalist in the 2019 Architizer A+Awards for the Institutional – Government & Municipal Buildings category.

The Shepparton Law Courts

Our design, in association with GHD Woodhead and Guymer Baily Architects of the Shepparton Law Courts redevelopment responds to Victoria’s rich history of significant country court houses, forming a heart from which the regional town centre would evolve.

The Shepparton Law Courts

Architectus Principal and National Education Sector Leader, Mark van den Enden said “The Shepparton Law Courts bring the users and the region into focus, reflecting the most contemporary applications of court design, information technology, environmental sustainability and changing justice delivery models.” The Shepparton Law Courts redevelopment is also competing for another sought-after award – the Architizer A+ Popular Choice Award which is chosen by the public.