Practice - Jackson Architecture
Jackson Architecture Melbourne Architect, Melbourne Architecture
Melbourne architect, Melbourne architects, Stadium Design, Aged care Architects, Architectural services, Australian Architect, Australian Architects
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Practice

Profile


‘Our practice seeks to provide sensitive, creative and innovative solutions to problems and opportunities in the built environment.’ – Daryl Jackson

Established in Melbourne in 1964, Jackson Architecture is a national practice with studios in Melbourne, Canberra and Brisbane; and affiliated offices in Fiji and Perth.

An interdisciplinary design practice of professional architects, masterplanners, urban, and interior designers, the practice is motivated by the desire to provide sensitive and stimulating environments that articulate and facilitate all aspects of human encounter and endeavor.

Jackson Architecture has gained an international reputation for providing high quality architectural and related services based on an ability to synthesise the conflicting demands of creativity, community planning, cost effectiveness and quality design.

Public and peer recognition of the quality of Jackson Architecture has resulted in numerous awards, including the prestigious Sir Zelman Cowen Award (the Australian national award for the most outstanding architectural work) on three occasions and an RAIA Gold Medal.

Philosophy


‘Architecture is a problem solving discipline to which our diverse talents and knowledge contribute – philosophic and technical; caring and sensible; imaginative and operational…Each project is unique and demands an exceptional response. The result is functional and symbolic, conveying the idiosyncrasies of the complex parts through an ordered and synthesised whole.’ - Daryl Jackson

In a democratic society, architecture is a social art. It must encompass and transcend aesthetic and formal concerns to reinforce, enhance and celebrate people’s emotional, behavioral and functional needs. Furthermore, the architect has obligation to generate new ideas and visions that facilitate cultural expression and anticipate future use. Our designs are authoritative and collaborative, definitive and distinguished.

Services


Architecture

Master Planning

Interior Design

Urban Design

Feasibility Studies

Funding Proposals

Briefing

Facility Planning

Approach


The enduring values at Jackson Architecture, established by founder Daryl Jackson, continue to guide our approach.

We are committed to:

  • a client focused and inclusive design process;
  • crafting a design that responds to the site – its topography, climate, context and local culture;
  • developing functional spatial relationships through integrated client, user and consultant workshops;
  • delivering value for money through an experienced understanding of materials and construction techniques that brings foresight to design decisions throughout the design process; and
  • creating innovative places that are memorable for their aesthetic qualities and their functional utility.

Our process is one of leadership: we reveal, explore, conciliate and express the diverse and often contradictory demands of client and user group whilst considering community interests and statutory obligations.

We place great emphasis on developing close and cooperative relationships with our clients.

We apply our technical and professional knowledge to deliver value, and exceed the aspirations, objectives, and quality expectations of our clients.

We believe our proven ability, intelligent design responses and collaborative team approach make us ideally suited to provide successful architectural outcomes.

The result is an architecture of many architectures, using functional and symbolic systems of expression to convey the idiosyncrasies of the complex parts through an ordered and synthesised whole.

Awards
  • 2015
    • Shaw Contract Group Design Is…Awards: Global Winner (Education)
    • Monash International Bachelor of Business City Campus (In collaboration with JCB Architects)
  • 2014
    • Master Builders (Victoria) Excellence in Commercial Construction (over $80M) Award
    • BPN Sustainability Award Finalist (Public Building)
    • Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre
  • 2013
    • Master Builders (Victoria) Excellence in Commercial Construction (over $80M) Award
    • Melbourne Park Eastern Precinct Redevelopment
  • 2013
    • Healthcare Environment Award. Centre for Healthcare Design USA
    • Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre
  • 2012
    • WAN Interior Awards (Residential) Interiors Longlist Analogue Fitout
  • 2012
    • AIA (NSW) Small Project Architecture Award (L+S)
    • Chinatown Tourist Information Kiosk
  • 2012
    • AIA (NSW) Small Project Architecture Award (L+S)
    • Chinatown Tourist Information Kiosk
  • 2012
    • ACT CHAPTER AIA COMMENDATION
    • Emergency Services Authority, Fairbairn
  • 2012
    • ACT CHAPTER AIA COLORBOND AWARD FOR STEEL ARCHITECTURE
    • Emergency Services Authority, Fairbairn
  • 2012
    • ACT CHAPTER AIA ENDURING ARCHITECTURE AWARD
    • Australian Institute of Sport Swimming Pool
  • 2011
    • MASTER BUILDERS (NSW) EXCELLENCE IN CONSTRUCTION AWARD ENTERTAINMENT BUILDINGS $10 MILLION
    • Royal Sydney Golf Club Fitness Centre
  • 2011
    • RAIA LOWER HUNTER DESIGN AWARD LINDSAY DYNAN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AWARD
    • GPT’s Charlestown Square Redevelopment
  • 2011
    • RAIA (ACT) SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE AWARD
    • University of Canberra International Microsimulation Centre (NATSEM)
  • 2011
    • RAIA (ACT CHAPTER) PUBLIC ARCHITECTURE AWARD REGIONAL COMMENDATION
    • University of Canberra International Microsimulation Centre (NATSEM)
  • 2011
    • MASTER BUILDERS (NSW) EXCELLENCE IN CONSTRUCTION AWARD HEALTH BUILDINGS
    • Poche Centre – Melanoma Institute Australia
  • 2010
    • AIA (WA) PUBLIC ARCHITECTURE AWARD 2010
    • AK Reserve
  • 2010
    • AIA (WA) COLORBOND AWARD FOR STEEL ARCHITECTURE 2010
    • AK Reserve
  • 2010
    • AUSTRALIAN INTERIOR DESIGN AWARDS. COMMENDATION FOR CORPORATE DESIGN
    • Analogue Fitout
  • 2010
    • Excellence in Construction of Commercial Buildings $10M-$15M Master Builders Association of Victoria
    • Ivanhoe Girls’ Grammar School
  • 2010
    • RAIA (QLD Chapter) Regional Commendation Commercial Architecture Award
    • North Lakes Health Precinct
  • 2010
    • WEST AUSTRALIAN HERITAGE AWARD
    • WA Police Midland Operations Support Facility
  • 2009
    • IDEAS 09 COMMERCIAL AWARD – BEST DESIGN UNDER 1000SQ.M
    • Analogue Fitout
  • 2009
    • AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (ACT CHAPTER) INTERIOR DESIGN COMMENDATION
    • Centrelink Caroline Chisholm Centre (Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn)
  • 2009
    • AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) COLORBOND ARCHITECTURE AWARD
    • Clayton Community Centre
  • 2009
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (QUEENSLAND CHAPTER) INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE AWARD
    • University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research,(Daryl Jackson / S2F Architecture JV)
  • 2009
    • AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (ACT CHAPTER) SIR JOHN OVERALL URBAN DESIGN AWARD
    • Brindabella Business Park (Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn)
  • 2009
    • AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (WEST AUSTRALIAN CHAPTER) PUBLIC ARCHITECTURE AWARD
    • WA Police Midland Operations Support Facility, (Peter Hunt Architects JV)
  • 2009
    • AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (WEST AUSTRALIAN CHAPTER) HERITAGE COUNCIL OF WA ARCHITECTURE AWARD
    • WA Police Midland Operations Support Facility, (Peter Hunt Architects JV)
  • 2009
    • DESIGN INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA SHORTLISTED FOR CORPORATE DESIGN AWARD
    • Visy Headquarters (Jackson Interiors / Jackson Clements Burrows)
  • 2008
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS. NATIONAL ARCHITECTURE AWARDS COMMENDATION FOR PUBLIC ARCHITECTURE
    • Melbourne Cricket Ground Redevelopment, Northern Stand (MCG5 Sports Architects JV)
  • 2008
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) PUBLIC ARCHITECTURE AWARD
    • Melbourne Cricket Ground Redevelopment, Northern Stand (MCG5 Sports Architects JV)
  • 2008
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS REGIONAL COMMENDATION (GOLD COAST)
    • Robina Hospital (Jackson Architecture)
  • 2008
    • MASTER BUILDERS ASSOCIATION AWARDS (NSW) HEALTH BUILDINGS $25-$100M
    • St Vincent’s Hospital Research and Biotechnology (Daryl Jackson Robin Dyke)
  • 2007
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, WALTER BURLEY GRIFFIN AWARD FOR URBAN DESIGN
    • Southern Cross Station (Grimshaw Jackson JV)
  • 2007
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) WILLIAM WARDLE PUBLIC ARCHITECTURE AWARD
    • Southern Cross Station (Grimshaw Jackson JV)
  • 2007
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) VICTORIAN ARCHITECTURE MEDAL
    • Southern Cross Station (Grimshaw Jackson JV)
  • 2007
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) URBAN DESIGN AWARD
    • Southern Cross Station (Grimshaw Jackson JV)
  • 2007
    • ROYAL BRITISH INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS INTERNATIONAL AWARD LUBETKIN PRIZE
    • Southern Cross Station (Grimshaw Jackson JV)
  • 2007
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (ACT CHAPTER) COMMENDATION FOR COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURE
    • Australian Institute of Sport Service Hub (Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn Architects)
  • 2007
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (ACT CHAPTER) COMMENDATION FOR INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE
    • One National Circuit Fitout (Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn Architects)
  • 2007
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (QUEENSLAND CHAPTER) REGIONAL COMMENDATION 6
    • Australian Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology UQ St Lucia (Daryl Jackson Architects Pty Ltd / S2F Architecture JV)
  • 2007
    • INDUSTRIAL FABRICS ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL (IFAI) INTERNATIONAL AWARD OF EXCELLENCE (TENSILE STRUCTURES 10,000 – 30,000SQ FEET)
    • Grand Pavilion Royal Melbourne Showground
  • 2007
    • MASTER BUILDERS AUSTRALIA SAI GLOBAL NATIONAL PUBLIC BUILDINGS AWARD
    • Royal Newcastle Centrel / John Hunter Hospital (Daryl Jackson Robin Dyke / Silver Thomas Hanley)
  • 2006
    • AUSTRALIAN STEEL INSTITUTE VIC/TAS STEEL AWARDS. ARCHITECTURAL STEEL DESIGN AWARD – LARGE PROJECT
    • Southern Cross Station (Grimshaw Jackson JV)
  • 2006
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (ACT CHAPTER) COMMENDATION FOR INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE
    • Australian Research Council Fitout (Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn Architects)
  • 2006
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (ACT CHAPTER) SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE AWARD
    • 8 Brindabella Circuit (Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn Architects)
  • 2006
    • PLANNING INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA, NATIONAL DIVISION. AWARD OF MERIT
    • Awarded to the Mildura Rural City Council for the Master Plan developed by Jackson Architecture in association with KLM Gerner Consulting
  • 2006
    • GOLD COAST URBAN DESIGN AWARDS – SUE ROBBINS AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN URBAN DESIGN
    • Nerang Library, Queensland
  • 2006
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS – NSW Chapter Interior Architecture Award
    • Customs House, City of Sydney
  • 2005
    • GOLD COAST URBAN DESIGN AWARDS – THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD
    • Nerang Library, Queensland
  • 2005
    • GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA 5 GREEN STAR BUILDING AWARD
    • 8 Brindabella Circuit, Brindabella Business Park, Canberra Airport, Australian Capital Territory
  • 2005
    • PLANNING INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA, VICTORIA DIVISION. LOCAL GOVERNMENT CATEGORY AWARD
    • Awarded to the Mildura Rural City Council for the Master Plan developed by Jackson Architecture in association with KLM Gerner Consulting
  • 2005
    • PLANNING INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA, VICTORIA DIVISION. VICTORIAN STATE PRESIDENT’S AWARD
    • Awarded to the Mildura Rural City Council for the Master Plan developed by Jackson Architecture in association with KLM Gerner Consulting
  • 2004
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, GOLD COAST & NORTHERN RIVERS REGION ARCHITECTURAL AWARDS – BUILDING OF THE YEAR AWARD
    • Nerang Library, Queensland
  • 2004
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, GOLD COAST & NORTHERN RIVERS REGION ARCHITECTURAL AWARDS – THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD
    • Nerang Library, Queensland
  • 2004
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, GOLD COAST & NORTHERN RIVERS REGION ARCHITECTURAL AWARDS – REGIONAL COMMENDATION
    • Nerang Library, Queensland
  • 2004
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, GOLD COAST & NORTHERN RIVERS REGION ARCHITECTURAL AWARDS
    • Nerang Library, Queensland
  • 2004
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (ACT CHAPTER) SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AWARD
    • Australian Greenhouse Office, Federal Department of Environment and Heritage, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
  • 2004
    • INDESIGN ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY AWARD
    • Australian Greenhouse Office, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
  • 2004
    • MASTER BUILDERS ASSOCIATION ENVIRONMENTAL AWARD
    • Australian Greenhouse Office, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.
  • 2004
    • CITY OF BALLARAT DESIGN EXCELLENCE AWARD
    • University of Ballarat
  • 2003
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE AWARD
    • Victorian County Court. Melbourne, Victoria. (In collaboration with Sinclair Knight Merz and Lyons Architects)
  • 2003
    • GOLD COAST URBAN DESIGN AWARDS
    • Varsity College – Preparatory and Junior School. Queensland.
  • 2003
    • GOLD COAST URBAN DESIGN AWARDS. URBAN DESIGN COMMENDATION
    • Coast Arts Centre – Alterations and Additions. Queensland
  • 2003
    • DESIGN INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA, QUEENSLAND DESIGN AWARDS. INTERIOR DESIGN CORPORATE COMMENDATION
    • Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital. Queensland
  • 2003
    • DESIGN INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA, QUEENSLAND DESIGN AWARDS. EXTERIOR COLOUR SCHEME COMMENDATION
    • Queensland Bioscience Precinct
  • 2003
    • PLANNING INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA AWARD, NEW SOUTH WALES. EXCELLENCE IN PLANNING
    • Perisher Village (Detailed Village Design Plan). Perisher, New South Wales.
  • 2003
    • CITY OF STONNINGTON URBAN DESIGN AWARDS, BEST NON-RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT AWARD
    • St Kevin’s College, Toorak, Vic
  • 2002
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, (NEW SOUTH WALES CHAPTER). PUBLIC BUILDING AWARD
    • Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, New South Wales. (In conjunction with Robin Dyke)
  • 2002
    • UNESCO ASIA PACIFIC HERITAGE CONSERVATION AWARD
    • Conservatorium of Music. Sydney, New South Wales. (In conjunction with Robin Dyke)
  • 2002
    • WORLD ARCHITECTURE AWARDS – PUBLIC / CULTURAL BUILDINGS. FINALIST.
    • Conservatorium of Music. Sydney, New South Wales. (In conjunction with Robin Dyke)
  • 2002
    • WORLD ARCHITECTURE AWARDS – OCEANIA REGION FINALIST
    • Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, New South Wales. (In conjunction with Robin Dyke)
  • 2002
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (WESTERN AUSTRALIA CHAPTER) GEORGE TEMPLE POOLE AWARD
    • Western Australia Police Academy, Joondalup, Western Australia.
  • 2002
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (WESTERN AUSTRALIA CHAPTER) PUBLIC / INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING AWARD
    • Western Australia Police Academy. Joondalup, Western Australia.
  • 2002
    • BASF INTERIOR DESIGN AWARD
    • Channel V TV Studio. Sydney, New South Wales
  • 2001
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CHAPTER) DESIGN AWARD
    • Subiaco Oval Redevelopment. Western Australia
  • 2000
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY CHAPTER) CANBERRA MEDALLION
    • CSIRO Discovery Centre, Canberra. Australian Capital Territory. (In association with Alastair Swayn)
  • 2000
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (WESTERN AUSTRALIA CHAPTER) DESIGN AWARD
    • House Refurbishment, Perth, Western Australia
  • 2000
    • AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION, QUEENSLAND. STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING STEEL DESIGN AWARD
    • Couran Cove Resort, Stradbroke Island, Queensland
  • 2000
    • AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION, VICTORIAN STEEL CONSTRUCTION AWARD
    • Docklands Stadium, Victoria. (In association with Bligh Lobb Sports Architects
  • 1999
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY CHAPTER) CANBERRA MEDALLION
    • Capital Airport Group – Capital Air Jet Facility. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. (In association with Alastair Swayn)
  • 1999
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (QUEENSLAND CHAPTER) BEATRICE HUTTON AWARD
    • Couran Cove Resort. Stradbroke Island, Queensland
  • 1999
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (GOLD COAST & NORTHERN RIVERS REGION) BUILDING OF THE YEAR AWARD
    • Couran Cove Resort. Stradbroke Island, Queensland
  • 1999
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS COMMERCIAL AWARD COMMENDATION
    • Couran Cove Resort. Stradbroke Island, Queensland
  • 1999
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (GOLD COAST REGION) REGIONAL COMMENDATION
    • Couran Cove Resort. Stradbroke Island, Queensland
  • 1999
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS PRESIDENTS AWARD FOR RECYCLED BUILDINGS
    • Immigration Museum and Hellenic Archaeological Museum. Melbourne, Victoria. (In association with Allom Lovell and Associates)
  • 1999
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) JOHN GEORGE KNIGHT AWARD – CONSERVATION
    • Immigration Museum and Hellenic Archaeological Museum. Melbourne, Victoria. (In association with Allom Lovell and Associates)
  • 1999
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS ACCESS CITATION AWARD
    • Immigration Museum and Hellenic Archaeological Museum. Melbourne, Victoria. (In collaboration with Allom Lovell and Associates)
  • 1999
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (NEW SOUTH WALES CHAPTER) AWARD
    • Administrative Building Refurbishment and DOFA Fitout
  • 1999
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (TASMANIAN CHAPTER) NEW BUILDINGS – PUBLIC BUILDINGS AWARD
    • Port Arthur Historic Site Visitor Centre. Tasmania. (In collaboration with Philip Lighton Architects)
  • 1999
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (BRISBANE REGION) REGIONAL COMMENDATION
    • All Hallows’ School Library / Science Building. Queensland
  • 1998
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, CITY OF MELBOURNE PRIZE
    • Georges Retail Redevelopment. Melbourne, Victoria. (In association with Conran Design Partnership)
  • 1998
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE MEDAL
    • Georges Retail Redevelopment. Melbourne, Victoria. (In association with Conran Design Partnership)
  • 1998
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (BRISBANE REGION) REGIONAL COMMENDATION
    • Cleveland Library and Administration Centre. Cleveland, Queensland.
  • 1998
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (QUEENSLAND CHAPTER) CIVIC DESIGN AWARD
    • Cleveland Library and Administration Centre. Cleveland, Queensland.
  • 1998
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (QUEENSLAND CHAPTER) THE ENVIRONMENT AWARD
    • Sunshine Coast University College – Science Faculty Building. Queensland.
  • 1998
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (SUNSHINE COAST WIDE BAY REGION) REGIONAL COMMENDATION
    • Sunshine Coast University College – Science Faculty Building. Queensland.
  • 1998
    • THE MAROOCHY EXCELLENCE IN BUILDING AND PLANNING AWARDS, INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING AWARD
    • Sunshine Coast University College – Science Faculty Building. Queensland
  • 1998
    • THE MAROOCHY EXCELLENCE IN BUILDING AND PLANNING AWARDS, ENERGY EFFICIENCY AWARD
    • Sunshine Coast University College – Science Faculty Building. Queensland
  • 1998
    • BHP METAL BUILDINGS ASSOCIATION NATIONAL AWARDS. MERIT AWARD
    • Australian Institute of Sport, Alpine Training Centre. Thredbo, New South Wales
  • 1998
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) AWARD OF MERIT – URBAN DESIGN
    • Crown Entertainment Complex Riverside Promenade. Melbourne, Victoria. (In association with Bates Smart and Perrott Lyon Mathieson)
  • 1998
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER)
    • Interior Architecture Medal Georges Retail Redevelopment (In collaboration with Conran Design Partnership)
  • 1997
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY CHAPTER) CANBERRA MEDALLION
    • Australian Institute of Sport Ansett Sports Visitor Centre. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. (With Alastair Swayn)
  • 1997
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (QUEENSLAND REGION) CIVIC DESIGN AWARD
    • Capalaba Town Centre Urban Works. Capalaba, Queensland
  • 1997
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (BRISBANE REGION) CIVIC DESIGN AWARD
    • Capalaba Town Centre Urban Works. Capalaba, Queensland
  • 1997
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (BRISBANE REGION) REGIONAL COMMENDATION
    • Capalaba Town Centre Urban Works. Capalaba, Queensland
  • 1997
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (QUEENSLAND CHAPTER) THE F.D.G STANLEY AWARD COMMENDATION The Northern Grandstand
    • Brisbane Cricket Ground ‘The Gabba’. Brisbane, Queensland
  • 1996
    • COUNCIL DESIGN AWARD (SUBIACO)
    • The Southern Stand, Subiaco Oval. Subiaco, Western Australia
  • 1994
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (WA CHAPTER) MERIT AWARD
    • Department of Land Administration Offices. Redlands, Western Australia
  • 1994
    • AUSTRALIAN TOURISM AWARD
    • Penguin Parade. Phillip Island, Victoria
  • 1994
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY CHAPTER) CANBERRA MEDALLION
    • Australian Institute of Sport, National Sports Centre Swimming Halls. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. (With Alastair Swayn)
  • 1993
    • BOMA AWARD. NATIONAL BUILDING OWNERS & MANAGERS ASSOCIATION
    • 120 Collins Street. Melbourne, Victoria
  • 1993
    • BOMA AWARD. VICTORIAN BUILDING OWNERS & MANAGERS ASSOCIATION
    • 120 Collins Street. Melbourne, Victoria
  • 1992
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS SIR ZELMAN COWEN AWARD
    • National award for the most outstanding architectural work.
  • 1992
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY CHAPTER) CANBERRA MEDALLION
    • University of Canberra, Boiler House Lecture Theatre. Australian Capital Territory. (In conjunction with Alastair Swayn)
  • 1992
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) AWARD WINNER
    • Melbourne Cricket Ground, Great Southern Stand. Melbourne, Victoria
  • 1992
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) AWARD WINNER
    • 120 Collins Street. Melbourne Victoria
  • 1992
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) VICTORIAN ARCHITECTURE MEDAL
    • Melbourne Cricket Ground, Great Southern Stand. Melbourne, Victoria
  • 1992
    • AUSTRALIAN TOURISM AWARD
    • The Hyatt Hotel. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
  • 1992
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (QUEENSLAND CHAPTER) THE F.D.G STANLEY AWARD, FINALIST
    • South Brisbane College of TAFE, Food Technology Building. South Brisbane, Queensland
  • 1991
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS INTERNATIONAL AWARD
    • Australian Chancery Complex. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • 1991
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY CHAPTER) CANBERRA MEDALLION
    • Australian Institute of Sport Grandstand. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. (In conjunction with Alastair Swayn)
  • 1990
    • MEMBRANE STRUCTURES ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA. MERIT AWARD
    • Penguin Parade. Phillip Island, Victoria
  • 1990
    • AUSTRALIAN COUNCIL OF NATIONAL TRUSTS AUSTRALIAN HERITAGE AWARD
    • The Hyatt Hotel. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
  • 1990
    • BOMA AWARD. NATIONAL BUILDING OWNERS AND MANAGERS ASSOCIATION
    • The Hyatt Hotel. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
  • 1990
    • AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS HONORARY FELLOWSHIP
    • Conferred upon Daryl Jackson in recognition of his esteemed character and distinguished world class achievements in the field of architecture
  • 1989
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS NATIONAL PRESIDENT’S AWARD
    • The Hyatt Hotel. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
  • 1989
    • AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY TOURISM. INTERNATIONAL ACCOMMODATION AWARD
    • The Hyatt Hotel. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
  • 1989
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY CHAPTER) CONSERVATION AWARD
    • The Hyatt Hotel. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
  • 1989
    • AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY TOURISM. HERITAGE AWARD
    • The Hyatt Hotel. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
  • 1989
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS. NATIONAL INTERIOR DESIGN AWARD
    • The Hyatt Hotel. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. (In conjunction with Hirsch Bedner Inc)
  • 1989
    • VICTORIAN TOURISM AWARD
    • Penguin Parade. Phillip Island, Victoria
  • 1989
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (NEW SOUTH WALES CHAPTER) MERIT AWARD
    • Australian Film, Television and Radio School. North Ryde, New South Wales.
  • 1989
    • NATIONAL ACROD AWARD
    • Sarina’s Restaurant, Taronga Zoo. Sydney, New South Wales
  • 1989
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS National Interior Design Award
    • The Hyatt Hotel, Canberra (In collaboration with Hirsch Bedner Inc)
  • 1988
    • AUSTRALIAN CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ASSOCIATION NATIONAL AWARD. COMMENDATION
    • Australian Bicentennial Exhibition
  • 1988
    • MEMBRANE STRUCTURES ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA NATIONAL AWARD. COMMENDATION
    • Australian Bicentennial Exhibition
  • 1988
    • INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS AWARD (VICTORIAN DIVISION) COMMENDATION
    • Australian Bicentennial Exhibition
  • 1988
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY CHAPTER) MERIT AWARD
    • Lake Ginninderra College. Australian Capital Territory
  • 1988
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS AND THE AUSTRALIAN LIBRARY PROMOTION COUNCIL, CITATION LIBRARY DESIGN AWARDS
    • Northcote Library. Northcote, Victoria
  • 1987
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS GOLD MEDAL
    • Awarded to Daryl Jackson. The highest award to an architect who has made a significant contribution to the development of architecture in Australia
  • 1987
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY CHAPTER) CANBERRA MEDALLION
    • Australian Defence Force Academy Indoor Sports complex. Campbell, Australian Capital Territory. (In conjunction with Alastair Swayn)
  • 1987
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CHAPTER) DESIGN AWARD
    • Challenge Stadium (formerly Superdrome). Grasslands, Western Australia
  • 1985
    • THIRD WORLD BIENNALE OF ARCHITECTURE, INTERARCH 85, SOFIA, BULGARIA HONORARY DIPLOMA AND BRONZE MEDAL
    • Australian Institute of Sport Training Halls. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
  • 1985
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY CHAPTER) CANBERRA MEDALLION
    • Singapore High Commission and Chancery. Yarralumla, Australian Capital Territory. (In conjunction with Alastair Swayn)
  • 1985
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS PRESIDENTS AWARD CITATION
    • Esprit de Corp Offices and Warehouse
  • 1984
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS SIR ZELMAN COWEN AWARD
    • National Award for the most outstanding architectural work. Australian Institute of Sport Indoor Training Pool. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.
  • 1983
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (NEW SOUTH WALES CHAPTER) MERIT AWARD
    • Hampden Court Apartments. North Sydney, New South Wales
  • 1982
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY CHAPTER) MERIT AWARD
    • McLachlan Offices. Barton, Australian Capital Territory
  • 1982
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) ROBERT HADDON AWARD
    • Abrahams House. Brighton, Victoria
  • 1982
    • TIMBER PROMOTION COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA. TIMBER IN ARCHITECTURE AWARD
    • Jackson House. Shoreham, Victoria
  • 1982
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS AND AUSTRALIAN LIBRARY PROMOTION COUNCIL. CITATION, LIBRARY DESIGN AWARDS
    • Ashburton Branch Library. Ashburton, Victoria
  • 1981
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS SIR ZELMAN COWEN AWARD
    • National Award for the most outstanding architectural work.
    • Canberra School of Art. Acton, Australian Capital Territory. (In conjunction with Alastair Swayn)
  • 1981
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY CHAPTER) CANBERRA MEDALLION
    • Canberra School of Art. Acton, Australian Capital Territory. (In conjunction with Alastair Swayn)
  • 1979
    • PARLIAMENT HOUSE DESIGN COMPETITION PRIZE WINNER
    • Selected as one of ten prize winners for Stage One Competition
  • 1979
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) CITATION
    • Royal Melbourne Hospital Staff Housing. North Melbourne, Victoria
  • 1979
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS AND THE AUSTRALIAN LIBRARY PROMOTION COUNCIL. CITATION, LIBRARY DESIGN AWARDS
    • Balwyn Branch Library. Melbourne, Victoria
  • 1978
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY CHAPTER) CANBERRA MEDALLION
    • Canberra School of Music. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
  • 1978
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) BRONZE MEDAL
    • State Bank College. Baxter, Victoria
  • 1978
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) CITATION
    • Collingwood Swimming Pool. Collingwood, Victoria
  • 1977
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY CHAPTER) MERIT AWARD
    • Canberra School of Music. Australian Capital Territory
  • 1976
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) BRONZE MEDAL
    • City Edge Housing. South Melbourne, Victoria
  • 1976
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) CITATIONS
    • Boyle House. Mornington, Victoria
  • 1976
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) CITATIONS
    • St Paul’s School. Woodleigh, Victoria
  • 1976
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) CITATIONS
    • Yooralla Special Day School. Glenroy, Victoria
  • 1976
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) CITATIONS
    • South Drummond Street Conservation Study. Carlton, Victoria
  • 1974
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) CITATION
    • Library Resource Centre, Methodists Ladies’ College. Kew, Victoria
  • 1973
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) BRONZE MEDAL
    • Princes Hill High School. North Carlton, Victoria
  • 1970
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) BRONZE MEDAL
    • Lauriston Girls’ School, Armadale, Victoria
  • 1969
    • ROYAL AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (VICTORIAN CHAPTER) CITATION
    • Harold Holt Memorial Swimming Pool. Malvern, Victoria. (In association with Kevin Borland JV)
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