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Six projects by Australian architects have received awards from one of the world’s most extensive architecture awards  programs.

Organised by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies, the 2018 International Architecture Awards were awarded in Istanbul, Turkey to more than 100 projects from a shortlist of 380.

The winning Australian projects include Crone’s Orange Regional Museum, which won an Award in the Museums category. The angular museum, which is buried beneath a lawn, received the Sulman Medal for Public Architecture at the 2017 NSW Architecture Awards.

Crone received a second award in the High Rises section for 333 George Street, which is designed in collaboration with Grimshaw.


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