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Built Environment Award winners

The Built Environment Awards recognise outstanding new architectural design in the Bayside municipality. Awards include the best new building, best commercial and best ecologically sustainable design.

A panel of expert judges selected the award recipients from among more than 120 entries. We announced these at our annual gala event on 16 October 2019.

Best of the Best, Don Fulton Award for Excellence in Design

12 Bellaire Court, Beaumaris - Michael Baker, Zenibaker Architects

Best new buildings

12 Bellaire Court, Beaumaris - Michael Baker, Zenibaker Architects

6 Coral Avenue, Beaumaris - Clare Cousins Architects

Most creative design

12 Bellaire Court, Beaumaris - Michael Baker, Zenibaker Architects

Best medium density housing

10 – 12 Well Street, Brighton - McKimm

Best renovation or extension

9 Menzies Avenue, Brighton - Craig Barkla, Caisson

Best heritage renovation or restoration

2 Mackie Grove, Brighton East - Seamus Lightwood, Light Design

Best commercial buildings

Best Private Commercial Building

46 Dendy Street, Brighton - Ian Perkins, Perkins Architects

Best Educational Commercial Building

Brighton Secondary College - Hayball

Best Public Commercial Building

Foreshore Amenity, Jetty Road, - Zen Architects

Best ecologically sustainable design

We judge this award based on an assessment undertaken by an external expert.

30 Tennyson Street, Sandringham - David Pontifex, Atkinson Pontifex