TTW Projects receive International Acclaim
Two of TTW’s projects have been recognised at the 2017 International Architecture Awards. The Maritime Museum’s Waterfront Pavilion (designed by FJMT) continues to impress judges with its innovative structure and striking façade that has become a feature of the Darling Harbour precinct. Likewise, the UNSW Hilmer Building (designed by Grimshaw) is a leading example of creativity and sustainability.
Along with several other Australian projects acknowledged in the awards, these two buildings were praised as structures that “…exude a sense of calmness and freshness and are a tour-de-force in the exploration and use of sustainable materials, but also remarkable places to work and to enjoy.”
The awards were presented in Athens on 8 September, and are organised by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies. Their purpose is to recognise projects across the world that make “…a significant contribution to the state of today’s architecture.”
Congratulations to all the TTW team members who contributed to the success of these two great projects!