On occasion, we are honoured to be shortlisted for and receive accolades from publications and organisations within the architecture and design industry. The following stories describe these instances where our work has been recognised within the design community.

Bayside Built Environment Award

Through the process of designing an architectural project of any kind, we work closely with the councils to create design that are respectful of their greater context. After such a process, we are honoured that the Bayside council has selected our Seacombe Grove Residence as the winner of the “Most Creative Building” in their 2010 Awards.

2009 AIA Award Winner

The structure perched on a rooftop overlooking Parliament House, the Siglo Bar and Restaurant is a small project with a big impact, adding an unforgettable experience to Melbourne’s hospitality scene. The impact of project has been chosen by the AIA as the winner of the “Small Project” category. The award is B.E’s first winning project in the AIA Awards!

2009 AIA Award Shortlist

Two projects by B.E Architecture have been selected for the 2009 AIA Awards shortlist. In the Residential Architecture – Houses new category we have the 57 Tivoli Road Residence in South Yarra. In the Small Project category we have Siglo Bar and Restaurant. The jury team in each category will evaluate the projects in a site visit and the winners will be announced at the yearly awards ceremony.

Architectural and Design Excellence in the South East Awards

B.E’s approach to heritage buildings is to reveal and preserve their history where possible. One of the restoration projects completed by the firm, the Anderson Street Residence has been selected for the Architectural and Design Excellence in the South East Awards for “Outstanding Building Conservation”.

Australian Stone Architectural Award

The 57 Tivoli Road Residence uses a distinct approach to stone – clad in various thickness of bluestone on every face. The Australian Stone Architectural Award has selected the project as the “Best Residential Project” for its progressive use of stone.

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