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Camera IconPaula Della Gatta & Dean Saba. Credit: John Koh/The West Australian

WA Architecture Awards: Bob Hawke College wins big at prestigious awards

The West Australian

The WA Architecture Awards shined a light on the most innovative, sustainable and inspirational homes, commercial and community buildings in the State.

This year’s winners showcased the best of the changing built environment in WA as we move to a more sustainable future.

The winners were revealed at a gala at The Westin ballroom with Bob Hawke College campus (stage two) by Hassell earning the night’s most prestigious gong, the George Temple Poole award.

Jury Chair, Greg Howlett LFRAIA said: “‘An innovative, vertical secondary campus, Bob Hawke College Stage 2 by Hassell is layered from the ground to the sky with clear, legible and seamless organisation, providing a strong precedent for schools as we move to denser urban environments.”

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