Thomas has responded to the brief for a multipurpose sports centre within the Fisherman’s Bend precinct in a well researched and methodical way, yet he has been creative and fresh in his design approach. The result is an elegant and refined design solution for the site, supported by beautiful renders that perfectly capture the light filled essence of the design.
The judges considered Thomas’s project to be a stand out entry and congratulate Thomas on a well thought out design solution.
Don’s digital presentation is of a high standard with a realistic 3D depiction of his design. The fly through of the interiors in particular gave a good feel for the spaces as they would be experienced as a built form.
Overall an excellent digital presentation and a worthy winner.
Working on group projects when studying can be a challenge, the temptation is often to avoid them whenever possible! However, the fact is, in your working lives you will more often than not work on a project as part of a team. The project submitted by Matthew, Luke and Joel from The Gordon is strong and cohesive.
There is no clear lineage to different authors within the design or the presentation. It has clearly been a good team effort. Well done!
The extensive drawing set prepared by Damir demonstrates a high level of understanding in the materials, processes and construction methods of a complex built form. Layouts were logical and methodical, making them easy to understand and navigate.
The judges congratulate Damir on a thoroughly detailed set of working drawings.
Ryder Hallet was presented with the Brian Morison Award for Most Promising Student 2019. He is a student from Melbourne Polytechnic, and clearly has a solid career ahead of him in the design profession.
Ryder received $4,000 from Design Matters to further his career in our profession.