Competition Winner Announced
The Board of Immigration Place Australia is pleased to announce the winner of the Immigration Place Select Design Ideas Competition.
Congratulations Callum Morton and team.
The winning entry and submissions from the other four teams can be viewed below.
The Jury thanks all of the teams for their excellent and considered presentations.
The Jury Report and comments on all of the entries can be viewed here.
Callum Morton, team leader (artist); Charlotte Day (curator); Bob Earl (Oculus – urban designer and landscape architect); Nigel Bertram (NMBW – architect); Nikos Papstergiadis (writer/thinker immigration); Paul House (Ngambri custodian); Andre Bonnice (Monash Art Projects); Peter Felicetti (structural and civil engineer); Daniella Trimboli.
ANCIENT LAND – NEW LAND – HOME LAND
Kate Cullity (team leader – Taylor Cullity Lethlean – landscape architect); Hossein and Angela Valamanesh (artists); Peter Tonkin (Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects); Geoff Wallbridge (Wallbridge and Gilbert – civil engineer)
SPIRIT OF PLACE: ONE + MANY
Jane Irwin (team leader – JILA – landscape architect); Lindy Lee (artist); Peter McGregor (McGregor Westlake Architecture – architect); Andrew Simpson (SDA Structures – structural and civil engineer); Daniel Tobin (Urban Art Projects); Emrah Bakiulas (Steensen Varming – mechanical and electrical engineering)
LEAVING – CROSSING – ARRIVING – BECOMING
Brigita Ozolins (team leader – artist); Jerry de Gryse (Inpiring Place – landscape architect); Liminal Studio – Elvio Brianese and Peta Heffernan (architects) and Tracey Allen (designer)
hortus amoenus (GARDEN OF THE SENSES)
Aileen Sage Architects – Isabelle Toland (team leader) and Amelia Holliday; Emily Simpson Landscape Architecture; Jamie North (artist); Event Engineering – Morgan Sheehy and Jeremy Sparks (structural engineers); Sensory experts Elliott Wheeler and Bree van Reyk (aural), Myffy Rigby (culinary), Ewan McEoin (The Field Institute / The Field Guide – olfactory regional and seasonal produce); Dr Lisa Ford and Dr Ruth Balint (UNSW History, School of Humanities and Languages)