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This article has ben updated on May 4 2022.

The closing date for entries has now past and the entries have been collated and given to our Design Award Judges.

The date for the presentation of the LSAA Design Awards "2022" is now Thursday 26 May 2022 Download PDF Flyer

Venue: The first part of this FREE event will be in the School of Design and Architecture, Lecture Room AMDC301 (see below)
Swinburne University, Melbourne. Registrations and check in from 1.45pm

Details of how to get to the Campus can be found HERE

Format: The format is for short presentations of some submitted projects during the afternoon.
We will then adjourn to the nearby Hawthorn Hotel for networking over drinks and canapes. 
The Awards Presentations will round off the evening.

Bookings: Bookings are necessary and can be done through Eventbrite

Note: Covid checkin and Proof of Vacinations or valid exemption required.

Program - a PDF version HERE

  • 1.45 - 2.00pm   Registration - at Swinburne University (Lecture Room AMDC301)
  • 2.00 - 2.15pm   Welcome by LSAA and Swinburne
  • 2.15 - 2.40pm  The Link, Chadstone Shopping Centre (Mike Lester & Martin Eddleston, MakMax Australia)
  • 2.40 - 3.05pm  Flinders University Footbridge Upgrade (Rowan Murray & Dr Paul Joseph, Ronstan Tensile Architecture)
  • 3.05 - 3.30pm  Curvecrete - Innovative Robotic Technology for Manufacturing Doubly Curved Concrete Forms
                     (Daniel Prohasky, Curvecrete / Swinburne University)
  • 3.30 - 4.00pm   Afternoon Tea / Networking
  • 4.00 - 4.25pm   Sharjah Safari Birds of Africa Aviary (Peter Lim & James Marr, Tensys)
  • 4.25 - 4.45pm  Playground Structures - A Perspective (Peter Kneen, LSAA)
  • 4.45 - 5.15pm  Fire Regulation & Fabrics - LSAA Update (Mike Lester and Lisa James, LSAA Fire Subcommittee)
  • 5.15pm           Close Symposium Sessions (Peter Lim LSAA)
  • 6.00 - 6.20pm   Welcome Address (Peter Lim, LSAA)
  • 6.20 - 8.00pm   Awards Presentation (Robert Cahill LSAA, Master of Ceremony)

This free event is made possible with the generous support of our sponsors - Hiraoka, Mehler and Ferrari


Lecture Room AMDC301 is the purple dot on the map below:


There will be ample time set aside for social networking and compare notes as to adjusting to bushfires, floods, Covid and new working environments etc.

The LSAA committee will be keen to have feedback on how we can move forward and provide value for our members.