ARM Architecture (Ashton Raggatt McDougall)

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ARM Architecture
Green building swanston street melbourne.jpg
Practice information
Partners
Founders
Founded 1988 (1988)
Location Melbourne and Perth, Australia
Significant works and honors
Buildings
Projects
Website
www.a-r-m.com.au

ARM Architecture or Ashton Raggatt McDougall is an architectural firm with offices in Melbourne and Perth, Australia. The firm was founded in 1988 and has completed internationally renowned design work. ARM's founding directors were Stephen Ashton, Howard Raggatt, Ian McDougall.

Notable projects include the National Museum of Australia in Canberra, the Melbourne Recital Centre and Southbank Theatre in Melbourne and the Marion Cultural Centre in Adelaide.

Architectural style[edit]

ARM is known for "architectural outspokenness".[1] ARM is highly regarded for its heritage and renewal projects including the refurbishment of Hamer Hall at Arts Centre Melbourne, the courtyard extensions to the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne, RMIT Storey Hall and the redevelopment of Melbourne Central Shopping Centre. ARM was also commissioned to prepare the masterplan for Melbourne Docklands, the Adelaide Riverbank and Elizabeth Quay in Perth. Recent projects include the Perth Arena and Wanangkura Stadium in Port Hedland.

A national survey of 600 architects conducted by the Architectural Review Australia found ARM to be considered the most influential architectural office in Australia in the period 1982-2007.[2] ARM is the only Australian firm to win the Australian Institute of Architects' Premier State Award five times, most recently for the Perth Arena in Western Australia.[3] Their design work has been featured on two Australian postage stamps.[1]

Notable projects[edit]

ARM has designed some of Australia's landmark buildings including the following major architectural projects:

Completed Project name Location Award Notes
1994 St Kilda Library Melbourne, Victoria [4]
1995 RMIT Storey Hall Melbourne, Victoria
  • RAIA Interior Architecture Award (1996)
[4]
2000 National Museum of Australia Canberra [4]
2001 Marion Cultural Centre Adelaide, South Australia [4]
2005 Melbourne Central Shopping Centre Melbourne, Victoria
  • RAIA Walter Burley Griffin Award for Urban Design (2006)
[5]
2006 Shrine of Remembrance Visitor Centre Melbourne, Victoria
  • RAIA Walter Burley Griffin Award for Urban Design (2004)
2007 Albury Library Museum Albury, New South Wales
  • RAIA Public Architecture Award (2008)
2008 Melbourne Recital Centre Melbourne, Victoria
2008 Southbank Theatre Melbourne, Victoria
2012 Hamer Hall Melbourne, Victoria
  • RAIA National Award for Interior Architecture (2013)
  • RAIA The Lachlan Macquarie Award for Heritage (2013)
[6][7]
2012 Perth Arena Perth, Western Australia
  • RAIA The Sir Zelman Cowen Award for Public Architecture (2013)
  • RAIA The Emil Sodersten Award for Interior Architecture (2013)
[6][8]
2012 Wanangkura Stadium Port Hedland, Western Australia
2013 Administration building, National Museum of Australia Canberra
2015 Geelong Library and Heritage Centre Geelong, Victoria

Gallery[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Rattenbury, Kester; Bevan, Rob; Long, Kiernan (2004). Architects of Today. Laurence King Publishing. pp. 20–21. 
  2. ^ "special edition ar100". Architectural Review Australia. Melbourne. 2007. 
  3. ^ Anderson, Alyesha (5 July 2013). "Perth Arena architects claim top prize at WA Architecture Awards". PerthNow. Retrieved 2 August 2013. 
  4. ^ a b c d "ARM Architecture". australian-architects. Retrieved 2 August 2013. 
  5. ^ "Walter Burley Griffin Award". Architecture Australia. Retrieved 2 August 2013. 
  6. ^ a b "Interior Architecture, National Awards for Interior Architecture". Australian Institute of Architects. Retrieved 21 January 2014. 
  7. ^ "News & media, The Lachlan Macquarie Award for Heritage". Australian Institute of Architects. Retrieved 21 January 2014. 
  8. ^ "Public Architecture, The Sir Zelman Cowen Award for Public Architecture". Australian Institute of Architects. Retrieved 21 January 2014. 

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