Robin Boyd Award

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The Robin Boyd Award for Residential Architecture is an Australian architectural prize presented by the Australian Institute of Architects since 1981.

The award is presented in memory of the Australian architect Robin Boyd (1919 - 1971) and is awarded to houses that set new benchmarks in terms of meeting the client’s needs, responding to its site and providing shelter which is at the leading edge of house design. While the award recognises private residences, their outstanding design excellence has resulted in many of these homes being widely recognised as residential icons.


Gabriel Pool - Tent House, Queensland
Dale Jones-Evans - Gallery House, Victoria
Gordon & Valich - House, Palm Beach, New South Wales
Hamish Lyon and Astrid Jenkin with Charles Salter - Lyon/Jenkin House, Melbourne, Victoria
Clare Design Pty Ltd - Hammond Residence, Queensland
Craig A Rossetti Pty Ltd - 106-112 Cremorne Street, Richmond, Victoria
  • 1996 Joint Winners:
Ken Latona - Additions to a front verandah
John Mainwaring & Associates Pty Ltd - Chapman House, Queensland
Denton Corker Marshall - Sheep Farm House
Graham Jahn - Grant House
Stutchbury + Pape - Bay House, Sydney, New South Wales
Kerry Hill Architects - Ogilvie House, Sunshine Beach, Queensland


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