Celebrating the innovative use of timber, the 2014 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards are now open and encouraging design professionals in Australia and New Zealand to enter.
This year’s categories include Exterior Residential, Interior Residential, Exterior Commercial and Interior Commercial, with the awards aiming to celebrate projects that push the timber design boundaries.
“Timber continues to be a growing trend in both commercial and residential design and with this movement, projects are breaking away from traditional applications to using timber in new and innovative ways,” says Intergrain trade brand manager, Amanda Chalmers. “We can’t wait to receive entries which speak to this sentiment, once again highlighting the important role timber plays in Australian architecture.”
Entries for the fifth Intergrain Timber Vision Awards will be judged by a prestigious panel including: Rob Backhouse of Hassell; Elizabeth Watson-Brown of Architectus; Cameron Bruhn from Architecture Media and Phil White of Dulux Trade.
Winners will receive a $2,000 cash prize plus Intergrain product to the value of $5,000, whilst also gaining industry exposure with an editorial feature in Architecture Australia. Entries close Friday 27 June.