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The National Design Awards are officially NOW OPEN!
8th April – 2nd June 2019.

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Are you an Accredited Building Designer? The NSW Government made changes to the Low Rise Medium Density Housing Code on April 6th 2018.

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Sunshine Coast Chapter Event

June, 4 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

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Building Designers Association of Australia

National Conference and Design Award Winners

Design Excellence Award

Gerard Smith The Panorama House

Paul Dass Memorial Award

Dick Clarke Mudgee Hempcrete House 2

Chris Reardon Memorial Award for residential sustainable buildings

Ashley Beaumont Core 9

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Award Winning Designs

Building the Future by Design

At the annual conference, the Building Designers Association of Australia invites member designers and industry partners from throughout the country to convene and create; effectively building ideas and partnerships sure to take Australia into the future.

2018 Building Designers Association of Australia DESIGN AWARDS National Design Excellence Award

The Panorama House

Gerard Smith

Industry Partners

Building Designers Association of Australia formally recognises that our Industry Partners foster financial benefits for both parties. Member specifications, recognition of Industry Partners, products and services all enable the association to function as an independent entity within the Australian Building Design Community.

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Winning Design Magazine

Winning Design

Winning Design is Building Designers Association of Australia’s annual publication, showcasing masterful, award-winning designs and awe-inspiring creativity. To see the current online version, just click here.

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