Wilkinson Award

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The Wilkinson Award is an Australian architectural prize presented by the Australian Institute of Architects (NSW Chapter) and was first awarded in 1961.[1]

The medal is presented in memory of the Australian architect Leslie Wilkinson (12 October 1882 – 20 September 1973 ). Born in New Southgate, London, England he emigrated to Sydney in 1918 and became the first Dean of Architecture at the University of Sydney. The award recognises excellence in residential buildings.

List of recipients[edit]

  • 2014: Popov Bass Architects - Griffith House
  • 2013: Drew Heath - Tír na nÓg (house), McMahons Point, Sydney
  • 2012: Fergus Scott Architects with Peter Stutchbury Architecture - Cliff Face House, Palm Beach, Sydney
  • 2011: MCK Architects - DPR house, Darling Point, Sydney
  • 2010: Tzannes Associates - house, Bilgola, Sydney
  • 2009: Neeson Murcutt Architects - house, Whale Beach, Sydney
  • 2008: James Stockwell Architect - house, Leura NSW
  • 2007: Neeson Murcutt Architects - house, Five Dock, Sydney
  • 2006: joint award: Luigi Rosselli - Mt Minderoo house, Mittagong NSW/Robin Edmiston & Associates with SYSTEMarchitects - Parish House, North Haven NSW
  • 2005: Durbach Block Architects - Holman house, Dover Heights, Sydney
  • 2004: Renzo Piano Building Workshop/Lend Lease Design - Macquarie Apartments (Aurora Place), Sydney CBD
  • 2003: joint award: Fergus Scott - Toumbaal Plains house, Yamba NSW/Stanisic Associates - Mondrian Apartments, Waterloo, Sydney
  • 2002: no award given
  • 2001: Craig Rosevear - Archer house, Whale Beach, Sydney
  • 2000: Sam Marshall Architect - Marshall residence warehouse conversion, Darlinghurst, Sydney
  • 1999: Harry Seidler & Associates - Horizon Apartments, Darlinghurst, Sydney
  • 1998: Durbach Block Architects - Droga apartment warehouse conversion, Sydney CBD
  • 1997: Alexander Tzannes Associates - Snelling house, Northbridge, Sydney
  • 1996: no award given
  • 1995: Glenn Murcutt - house, Mt Wilson NSW
  • 1994: Peter Stronach, Allen Jack + Cottier - house, Watson’s Bay, Sydney
  • 1993: Jim Koopman, Gordon & Valich - house, Palm Beach, Sydney
  • 1992: Grose Bradley Pty Ltd - Newman-Woodhill house, Coledale, Wollongong
  • 1991: no award given
  • 1990: Alex Popov Architect Pty Ltd - Burley Griffin house, Castlecrag, Sydney
  • 1989: Lewin Tzannes - Holmes house, Mackerel Beach, Pittwater, Sydney
  • 1988: Alexander Tzannes - Henwood house, Paddington, Sydney
  • 1987: joint award: Philip Cox - Golden Grove Street multi unit housing, Newtown, Sydney/Ken Woolley - house, Palm Beach, Sydney
  • 1986: no award given
  • 1985: Glenn Murcutt - house, Bingie Bingie NSW
  • 1984: Glenn Murcutt - Ball/Eastaway residence, Glenorie NSW
  • 1983: K F Woolley - Woolley residence, Paddington, Sydney
  • 1982: Glenn Murcutt - houses, Mt Irvine NSW
  • 1981: no award given
  • 1980: no award given
  • 1979: Glenn Murcutt - farmhouse, Kempsey NSW
  • 1978: no award given
  • 1977: no award given
  • 1976: Glenn Murcutt ARAIA - Short residence, Terrey Hills, Sydney
  • 1971-75: no award given - merit award system introduced
  • 1970: no award given
  • 1969: Philip Cox & Associates - Hawkins residence, Cheltenham, Sydney
  • 1968: Ancher Mortlock Murray Woolley - The Penthouses, Darling Point, Sydney
  • 1967: Harry & Penelope Seidler - Seidler residence, Killara, Sydney
  • 1966: Harry Seidler & Associates - Muller residence, Lilli Pilli, Sydney
  • 1965: Harry Seidler & Associates - Kosciusko Thredbo Pty Ltd Ski Lodge, Thredbo NSW
  • 1964: R N ( Peter) Johnson - Johnson residence, Chatswood,, Sydney
  • 1963: Allen Jack + Cottier - Jacobs residence, Wahroonga, Sydney
  • 1962: K F Woolley - Woolley residence, Mosman, Sydney
  • 1961: Donald Gazzard - Herbert residence, Hunters Hill, Sydney

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External links[edit]

Example of work by Leslie Wilkinson - 'Markdale' NSW [1]