ANDREW BURNS ARCHITECTS - Surry Hills, NSW, Australia

ANDREW BURNS ARCHITECTS - Surry Hills, NSW, Australia

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“Andrew Burns Architects designs houses, cultural buildings and pubic spaces in Australia and internationally.  They respond to each client’s brief sensitively and creatively to deliver projects that are socially and environmentally sustainable.  Their approach is strategic yet intuitive, creating buildings that are rich in ideas yet highly pragmatic.

The practice was founded in 2007 by Andrew Burns. Recently, the practice has been engaged for a new cafe pavilion in Hyde Park Sydney, a rural campus for Cranbrook School and a series of remote walking lodges in Tasmania for the Tasmanian Walking Company.

The practice undertakes art / architectural installations, has been exhibited at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation and has a permanent installation at Heide Museum of Modern Art.”  Andrew Burns Architects


RECOGNITION

In 2011 Andrew Burns Architects was selected unanimously from a field of 154 international entries by a jury chaired by Tadao Ando for the Australia House project in Japan. In that same year, Andrew was awarded the 60th Anniversary Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship to undertake an exchange program at the Architecture Foundation, London. In 2012 the practice was a finalist in the National Worker’s Memorial competition Canberra, awarded first prize in an invited competition to transform a forgotten pocket at Gibbon’s Rent into London’s newest park and awarded the inaugural Fugitive Structures project at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation. In 2013 Andrew Burns received the NSW Emerging Architect Prize and the Jorn Utzon Award for International Architecture. In 2014 the practice received the British Society Garden Designers award for Community Space for the Gibbon's Rent project in London.


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