JONATHAN GIBB | News | Recognition

News | Recognition

2016 | APRIL – 2015-2016 A’ Design Award & Competition – A’ Architecture, Building and Urban Design Award for ‘The Glass House.’

2015 | NOVEMBER2015 AAA Unbuilt Architecture Awards – Open Conceptual – Highly Commended for The Golden Theatre.

2015 | OCTOBER2015 Winner of the October 2015 Pin Architecture Competition – for Spying Balcony.

2014 | MARCHSLANT Landscape Design Competition 2013-14 – Short-listed.

2014 | JANUARYSelected in the top 72 finalist entries from over 470 entered artworks for the Rick Amor Drawing Prize of 2014,  Art Gallery of Ballarat.

2013 | DECEMBER2013 AAA Unbuilt Architecture Awards – Open Conceptual – Runner Up: The Box Chapel project & Highly Commended for No.8 Wire project.

2013 | NOVEMBER – The Box Chapel features in ‘SACRED ARCHITECTURE’, published by Braun Publishing, Architecture in Focus Series, editor Chris van Uffelen.

2013 | AUGUSTThe RIBAJ (Royal Institute of British Architects – Journal) 3rd Place Award Winner from over 700 entered artworks for the EYE LINE Drawing Competition, to be published in the August 2013 issue of the RIBA Journal.

2013 | APRILThe BRICKWERKS Apartment Building features in ‘APARTMENT BUILDINGS,’  by Braun Publishing, Architecture in Focus Series, editor Chris van Uffelen.

2012 | NOVEMBERSLANT Landscape Design Competition 2012 – Award Winner – Top 4 Finalists.

2012 | MARCHSelected in the top 70 finalist entries from over 670 entered artworks for the Rick Amor Drawing Prize of 2012,  Art Gallery of Ballarat.

2012 | FEBRUARY – Awarded the A’ Design Award – 2012 – 2013A’ Architecture, Building and Urban Design Award – for The Green Cage.

2012 | FEBRUARYEntry to the AA Unbuilt Awards – Australia 2011.

2011 | DECEMBER2011 inNATUR – OpenGap International Architecture Design Competition.

Short-listed project (in top 72 from over 200 entries).

2011 | NOVEMBER / DECEMBER2011 AAA Cavalier Bremworth Unbuilt Architecture Awards – Open Conceptual – Runner Up: The Green Cage.

Judges Citation: Beautifully evocative project with a balance of delicacy and robustness.  A place that is haunting and imagines a different potential for an abandoned space.  Demonstrates a collection of highly  liveable spaces in an otherwise tough and unused environment.