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Watch 2020 AIA Architecture Awards live stream

Register here to watch the 2020 AIA Architecture Awards live stream

While COVID-19 has altered the awards process this year, it hasn’t stopped three of our favourite projects from being shortlisted in the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) Architecture Awards – NSW and VIC chapters; the State Library Victoria Vision 2020 Redevelopment, the Shepparton Law Courts and NewLife Darling Harbour.

Due to physical distancing restrictions, the awards ceremonies for each state will be broadcast as a live stream event from the AIA YouTube channel. The NSW Chapter award ceremony will be live streamed on Friday 3 July, and the VIC Chapter awards will be presented the following week on Friday, 10 July.

See below for all the details on the NSW and VIC Chapter award ceremonies, including how to register for the online events.

AIA architecture awards shortlist - State Library Victoria
AIA architecture awards shortlist - NewLife Darling Harbour
AIA architecture awards shortlist - Shepparton Law Courts

AIA Architecture Awards – NSW Chapter

Architectus shortlisted projects

NewLife Darling Harbour has been shortlisted for the ‘Aaron Bolot Award for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing’ and is also up for the title of ‘Isolation Oasis Award’ in the NSW People’s Choice Awards – Life in 2020.

Ceremony details

Date: Friday, 3 July 2020
Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm (AEST)
Click here to register for the online event
Click here to access the AIA YouTube channel

AIA Architecture Awards – VIC Chapter

Architectus shortlisted projects

A historical project for the city of Melbourne, the State Library Victoria Vision 2020 Redevelopment, designed in collaboration with Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects, has been shortlisted in the ‘Heritage’, ‘Public’ and ‘Interior Architecture’ categories, and is in the running for the acclaimed ‘Melbourne Prize’.

A significant new landmark for the city of Shepparton and a testament to quality civic architecture, the Shepparton Law Courts has been shortlisted for the Regional Prize.

Ceremony details

Date: Friday, 10 July 2020
Time: 7:00pm – 8:00pm (AEST)
Click here to register for the online event
Click here to access the AIA YouTube channel