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Recipient Polly Harbison with her award

MDA 2015 winners announced

Posted Tuesday 31 March 2015

A unique home that has been designed to share the amenity of land, views and sculptures with the street has taken out the overall award for Contribution to the Built Environment at the 2015 Mosman Design Awards.

The home, 36 Plunkett Road, was designed by Clinton Murray and Polly Harbison, and was one of the 15 nominations received this year.

One of the three judges, Nick Tobias, commended all nominees and remarked on the high quality of building design and construction at last night’s award’s presentation which was attended by more than 50 people.

The winning architects thanked Council for their commitment to running the awards and said they provided architects and owners the opportunity to showcase their work.

Award winners included:

  • 36 Plunkett Road, designed by Clinton Murray and Polly Harbison – Winner of Contribution to the Built Environment
  • 3 Prince Albert Street, designed by Tanner Kibble Denton Architects – Winner Heritage Conservation
  • 16 Mosman Street, designed by Ian Moore Architects – Winner Alterations and Additions
  • 100 Glover Street, designed by PCA Architects and developed by Helm Properties – Winner Multi Dwelling Development
  • Mosman Preparatory School and the Greenwall Company – Winner Community Renewal
  • 13 Thompson Street designed by Prue Murdoch – Winner People’s Choice Award

The People’s Choice Award was won by the property that received the most votes from the community during the voting period and was presented by the Mayor. The other awards were determined by the panel of judges, including Nick Tobias, Robert Staas, and Gabrielle Morrish.

The Heritage Conservation award was won by 3 Prince Albert Street which is a local heritage building featuring substantial retention of original features while building a new pavilion style addition to the side and rear to achieve a seamless connection between old and new.

Visit the Mosman Design Awards website for more information or follow the Mosman Design Awards Facebook page.