Thirteen Queensland projects have won awards this week in the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2017 National Architecture Awards.

Cape Tribulation House and Mitti Street House won National Awards in Residential Architecture – Houses (New).

The Burleigh Street House won the same award in the Houses (Alternations and Additions) category, with Dornoch Terrace House receiving a National Commendation in the same field.

The Piano Mill near Stanthorpe also received a National Commendation in Small Project Architecture, as did Mt Alvernia College Anthony and La Verna Buildings in the Sustainable Architecture category.

St Josph’s Nudgee College Hanly Learning won a National Award in Educational Architecture alongside UQ’s Forgan Smith Building’s TC Beirne School of Law and Walter Harrison Library Refurbishment, which also won a National Award in Commercial Architecture.

The Globe and the Sunshine Coast University Hospital won National Awards in Public Architecture, while the Act for Kids Child and Family Centre of Excellence won a National Commendation.

Tent House by Sparks Architects also received the People’s Choice Awards.

More than 980 entries in this year’s National Architecture Awards made it the largest field of entries in the almost four-decade-long history of the awards.

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