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We are delighted to share the news that Hames Sharley has been awarded four prizes at the Northern Territory Australian Institute of Architects Awards.

The awards for Best Public Architecture and Best Interior Architecture went to Menzies School of Health Research at the Charles Darwin University. The Flinders University Northern Territory Medical Programme Building received the Best Education Architecture Award as well a commendation for Interior Architecture.

Friday evening’s gala event took place in Darwin waterfront’s Cornucopia Museum Café, and the standard of entries across all categories was impressively high, a testament to the fine work undertaken by the Hames Sharley team both locally within the Northern Territory practice as well as nationally through the support of our other state offices.

Hames Sharley’s Tertiary, Education, Science and Research Portfolio Director James Edward’s said “These buildings play an incredibly significant role in the region and the learning and research that is undertaken there is of major importance to the Health and Education sectors in the Northern Territory, so we passionately felt that this had to be reflected appropriately in our designs. We are exceptionally proud of the final outcomes and would like to thank both Flinders and Charles Darwin Universities for their part in such a collaborative process.”