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LIMINAL ARCHITECTURE | The Hedberg wins top honour!

Posted 11 June 2022

Taking the stage: The Hedberg, our collaboration with WOHA received the Tasmanian Architecture Medal, along with the Alan C Walker Award for Public Architecture, the Dirk Bolt Award for Urban Design, the Roy Sharrington Smith Award for Heritage and the Alexander North Award for Interior Architecture at the Tasmanian Architecture Awards 2022! 

The Hedberg cultural centre at dusk
The Hedberg. Photographer: Patrick Bingham-Hall.

The Hedberg Tasmanian Architecture Medal

The Hedberg. Photographer: Natasha Mulhall.

The Hedberg Tasmanian Architecture Public Architecture Award

The Hedberg. Photographer: Natasha Mulhall.

The Hedberg Tasmanian Architecture Award for Urban Design

The Hedberg. Photographer: Natasha Mulhall.

The Hedberg Tasmanian Architecture Heritage Award

The Hedberg. Photographer: Natasha Mulhall.

The Hedberg Tasmanian Architecture Interior Architecture Award

The Hedberg. Photographer: Natasha Mulhall. 

 

Thank you to the jury, the Tasmanian Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects, the Award sponsors and congratulations to all the winners. Thank you also to our collaborators and clients the University of Tasmania, together with the Tasmanian and Federal Governments and Theatre Royal.

We're looking forward to seeing The Hedberg take Tasmanian culture and creativity to the world. 

The Hedberg AIA Assets

The Hedberg is a new culturally significant performing and creative arts destination in Hobart. The project houses music and performance venues, a new home for the University of Tasmania’s Conservatorium of Music and creative workshops. 

Read more about The Hedberg here.

Read the jury citations here.

To watch the Tasmanian Architecture Awards and media coverage on winning the top awards for Public Architecture, Interior Architecture, Heritage and Urban Design, plus the honour of the Tasmanian Architectural Medal, click the links below:

Tasmanian Architecture Awards via YouTube (Urban Design Award: 37:47mins, Heritage Award: 49:30mins, Interior Architecture Award 57:52mins, Public Architecture Award 1:28:30, Tasmanian Architectural Medal 1:37:49)